Dalet exhibiting packaged server configurations at BVE
At next month’s BVE, Dalet Digital Media Systems will exhibit the new, packaged configurations for the Brio servers, which are designed to offer broadcasters tremendous flexibility for all types of ingest, production and playout workflows.
The new Dalet Brio packages include the IT-based Brio server preconfigured with a specific number of inputs and outputs (2:2 or 4:4) along with embedded applications that allow the video servers to be used in standalone for sports and OB vans (ingest, instant replay and SloMo, highlight creation, logging, etc); news (feed ingest, newsgathering and contribution); and studios (multicam recording, instant replay). The Dalet Brio servers can also be controlled by typical automation systems such as Etere or Harris via VDCP.
Christophe Almeras, business development manager for packaged solutions, Dalet, comments: “The embedded applications add genuine value to these packages. These very powerful user tools allow the Brio to be used for various purposes – anything from a standard video server to very specific applications such as sports logging and studio production. Brio servers are very cost-effective, extremely reliable and highly scalable. Today there are more than 250 Brio servers deployed worldwide. Mediaset in Italy has combined a number of Brio units to accommodate 288 ingest ports and 470 playout ports that are used for sports, news and studio production, automation and backup automation.”