The Telos Alliance says the V1.6 update to its Axia Pathfinder Core Pro enables a virtual monitoring and control version of the middleware intended for smaller systems.
The new VML version is equipped for 300 connections and has a lower price point to match, as compared to the larger Pathfinder Core Pro VM system. Both options enable broadcasters to discover and ID compatible devices within a Livewire+ AES67 ecosystem and then serve as an AoIP router after determining potential sources and destinations.
Telos says Pathfinder also “can schedule and trigger events, detect audio silence, issue alarms, and instruct failover routing. It even allows the user to create custom screen-based control and monitoring panels.”
Additionally, the company says Pathfinder Core PRO VM and VML could be installed in “hypervisor environments, including VMware, Hyper-V, VirtualBox, Proxmox and Stratus” at off-site data centers.