Trilogy Communications to Feature Virtual Control Panel at IBC 2014


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AMSTERDAM— At IBC 2014 Trilogy Communications, a provider of intercom systems and SPGs for studios, mobile production, playout and post, will feature a redesigned virtual control panel, available for PCs, laptops, phones and tablets in wired or wireless configurations.

They will also feature the integration of L-S-B’s Virtual Studio Manager with Gemini, Trilogy’s distributed matrix intercom. This is due to the recent implementation of the Ember+ protocol. Gemini combines the benefits of a large-scale, non-blocking matrix with integrated IP connectivity in each unit and a range of IP panels.

Also demonstrated will be Messenger, a matrix-based intercom, bridging the gap between two-wire party line systems and high-end professional systems.

Mentor XL will also be shown. It is a master reference generator that includes a GPS option board that enables operation with traditional active GPS antennas, while also being optimized to provide users with the ability to exploit the latest developments in “smart antennas.”



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