ENCO1 is a fault-tolerant virtualized system with a unique specification for radio automation environments. According to the firm, its reliable and scalable design replaces many disparate workstations and servers across a facility, leveraging IP audio technologies to operate virtualized ENCO DAD automation systems.
Because the system is virtualized, any station or studio can be controlled from any location via a thin client. In addition to providing agility, the use of a thin client versus hardware-based workstations both increases life span and reduces long-term saving costs, Enco says.
Operating through a static remote desktop application at user locations, ENCO1 centralizes RAM and increases in processing power within the ENCO1 server core to ensure reliability and performance, says the company. Its back-end command cuts and logical features enable distribution of GPIO, UDP, serial and other commands between all machines over the same networked architecture. Playlists commands can additionally be managed within a defined time structure, ensuring automated loading of content; and automated routing of switching of and logic commands over IP.
IBC stand: 8.A45