Remote workstation interface expands reach of Image Server 2000

The interface allows any of the server’s operational features to be controlled from a distance over Ethernet
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The GUI presented on the remote PC closely resembles the familiar screens of the Image Server’s local monitor.

360 Systems has introduced a new remote workstation interface that lets broadcasters establish dedicated workstations around a station.

Designed for use with 360’s Image Server 2000, the interface allows any of the server’s operational features to be controlled from a distance over Ethernet. With a single server, individual workstations can be created to perform ingest, trimming, file-management, playlist building, play-to-air or any combination of tasks.

A remote workstation requires only a Windows XP computer and monitor and an Ethernet connection to an Image Server 2000. A special CD-ROM from 360 Systems loads applications that create graphical user interfaces to control Image Server functions. The GUI presented on the remote PC closely resembles the familiar screens of the Image Server’s local monitor.

A single remote workstation can be switched among many Image Servers.

For more information, visit www.360systems.com.

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