Why moving from proprietary to IP networks for Broadcast Facilities (AoIP)?
Many broadcasters still use proprietary systems; they’re intelligent, low latency, deterministic and discoverable, and they already work! But the ability to link up with third-party IP equipment using SMPTE 2010 is bringing broadcast communities together.
Calrec has a range of products that can link a Hydra2 network to an IP network so Calrec equipment can sit on an IP network, or on a proprietary Hydra2 network, or any combination of the two. Calrec customers can even upgrade to IP using their existing equipment; Calrec’s powerful and flexible ImPulse core can be added to existing Apollo and Artemis control surfaces, and Calrec’s super-flexible Type R core can be used in a variety of ways.
The H2 IP Gateway means Calrec equipment can sit on an IP network, a proprietary Hydra2 network, or a combination of the two.
Move to IP at your own pace.