Harvey Mudd College, a Claremont, California-based private college, is leveraging a Dante network from Audinate to power a multipoint AV conferencing network in the new R. Michael Shanahan Center for Teaching and Learning. Among the many technologically advanced features in the new educational center, the conferencing network gives facility guest lecturers the opportunity to reach larger audiences across multiple networked rooms.
Rush Street Productions, now in its second season of producing the TV show "Poker Night in America" on the CBS Sports Network, increases efficiencies while reducing costs across the production and post cycles from set-up to tear-down with the use of Dante. The transition to a high-capacity, low-latency Dante digital media networking system has simplified setup for multi-camera shoots, taking as little as 30 minutes.
The Studer Vista X, together with the Studer Infinity Core, offers an unsurpassed intuitive user interface, providing control of 800 or more audio DSP channels and more than 5,000 inputs and outputs.
And the use of CPU-based processors suggests exciting possibilities for scaling up to even larger channel counts, and for running third party algorithms.
The new Vista X with Quad Star technology uses four processors to achieve aviation-standard levels of redundancy in the control surface while CPU-based DSP makes it viable to provide two completely independent DSP cores running in parallel with ‘instant’ change over.