Telos Alliance said it completed a AWS Foundational Technical Review (FTR) for its new Axia Altus software-based audio mixing product.
Why is that important? Telos said the review allows it, as an AWS Partner, to identify and remediate risks in its software. It said that whether software is delivered as a SaaS solution or deployed by the user, the technical review helps AWS Partners identify best practices specific to their software.
Telos says the Axia Altus has capabilities for remote contribution and monitoring, and allows broadcasters to control a mix while monitoring audio and contributing content from any browser. The announcement was made by Chief Technical Officer Greg Shay, who said the cloud ecosystem is only growing in size and importance.
“Telos Alliance is working with AWS to offer a whole new way of thinking about production by moving the console out of the studio and into a virtualized environment,” the company said in its announcement.
“Since Axia Altus is deployed as a software container, it allows Telos Alliance to deliver a wide range of benefits, including enormous flexibility in the design of your studios and workflows.” Applications include disaster recovery where Altus is deployed as a backup studio, “available anywhere.”