The Telos Alliance has introduced Axia IP-Tablet, first shown at IBC in 2015 and now to be shipping in time for the NAB Show.
Designed by Livewire partner and Telos Alliance dealer Jérôme Gahery of France-based IP-Studio specifically for use with Telos Alliance products, the Axia IP-Tablet allows for virtualization of control and hardware resources, simplifying and aggregating control of several Telos Alliance devices.
Broadcasters can also use the IP-Tablet to manage user rights for device access, linking a user’s profile to their needs and access privileges.
Because it can replace an external monitor needed by an Axia Fusion or Element console, says the firm, the IP-Tablet software also frees up space and sight lines in the studio. An optional aluminum panel fits into any Fusion console, housing a 10-inch Windows tablet, just like a four-fader module occupying four console slots.
The Axia IP-Tablet runs on a Windows tablet — anything from a low-cost Asus model to a high-end Microsoft Surface, the company says.
NAB Show Booth: N7724