At IBC2023, Ip-Studio will feature its “Studio Zero” cloud-based studio platform, produced in partnership with Telos Alliance. The companies first introduced it at the spring NAB Show.
“Studio Zero enables broadcasters to craft a creative environment wherein conventional hardware elements such as automation and playout systems, consoles, intercoms, phone systems, even audio processing and delivery of a composite signal to the transmitter, are all replaced by cloud-based software alternatives,” according to Jérôme Gahery, the owner and president of Ip-Studio, who was quoted in a press release.
Ip-Studio will show the Axia Altus virtual mixing console controlled by Ip-Studio’s Ip-tablet, and the Telos VXs virtual VoIP phone system controlled by Ip-screener. Telos Infinity VIP virtual intercom platform and Omnia Enterprise 9s virtual audio processing software with uMPX will also be shown as part of the “Zero Studio” concept.
IBC Stand: 8.B48a