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IBC SNEAK PEEK: GatesAir Addresses Broadcast and IT Convergence

Will present a new Intraplex software-defined AoIP AES67- and Dante-compatible transport platform

GatesAir will demonstrate a new Intraplex software-defined platform for Audio over IP transport that directly addresses the convergence of broadcast operations with IT infrastructure.

It is GatesAir’s first Intraplex system to live on a COTS x86 server, providing broadcasters with a highly scalable, redundant and cloud-based transport platform for multichannel contribution and distribution. The system is also AES67 and Dante-compatible at the studio side.

According to the company, the integration of multichannel AoIP transport into a facility’s IT infrastructure removes the need for many separate codecs and auxiliary hardware components, freeing multiple equipment racks in enterprise-level facilities.

Furthermore, says GatesAir, users can manage many Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) streams on a centralized cloud platform.

GatesAir is additionally integrating Dynamic Stream Splicing (DSS), an Intraplex technology that diversifies data across redundant networks to SRT. The addition of DSS to SRT will add additional protection against certain types of packet losses and complete network failures.

IBC Stand: 8.D60