Jünger Audio claims that its new flexAI platform “is set to redefine how broadcasters approach their audio processing requirements” ahead of the tech’s launch at IBC in Amsterdam later this year.
flexAI [Flexible Audio Infrastructure] enables a range of audio applications to be implemented without hardware or rack space constraints.
Broadcasters and post production facilities can can buy additional software licenses and customize the system to suit their individual demands for processing capabilities and channel count.
“For a customer-oriented and market-driven company like Jünger Audio, flexAi is the logical next step because it is highly scalable and combines the known advantages of traditional DSP processing with the flexibility of modern real-time software processing,” said Jünger Audio CEO Martin Schlockwerder.
“Hardware is no longer the defining factor, and that is revolutionary for both Jünger Audio as a company and its international customer base.”
All flexAI applications run on off the shelf servers such as Jünger Audio’s servAI line or on AIXpressor, a 19” 1RU unit with x86 processors that is equipped with a comprehensive range of built-in interfaces (pictured).
IBC Stand: 10.A49