ONE CONNXT To Demo New Virtual Switch Interface
ONE CONNXT, an award-winning leader in broadcast delivery, has announced a new virtual switch interface. The switch allows clients to authorize or deauthorize encoders and decoders anywhere around the world using a single simple software interface.
“We used to have to have a physical presence at each location, at the encoder or the decoder, to turn it off or on,” according to Mustafa Tell, general manager of Arab Radio & Television Broadcasting Operations. “The beauty of the new ONE CONNXT Switch is that it allows one person to function as a master control, even from on the road, to enable our assets to send content between points around the world that house our equipment without needing to have anyone on-site.”
“The ONE CONNXT Switch is so easy to use,” added Paul Dingwitz, CTO of ONE Media Corp. “We put the control right at our client’s fingertips. Using the interface, they simply click on the encoder that they are enabling and drag a path to the decoder or decoders for their content’s destination. It’s just as simple to disable a connection. Plus, a client can easily check on their connections with a real time view of the interface easily available at their fingertips. With the ONE CONNXT virtual switch, clients are in complete control of their content’s distribution.”
Broadcasters wishing to see the new ONE CONNXT virtual switch in action during NAB can arrange for a demo by contacting Mark Lobwein, Head of Sales for ONE CONNXT, at email@example.com.
ONE CONNXT was created by broadcasters for broadcasters. Unlike most other systems, ONE CONNXT was designed to meet or exceed broadcast standards and offers quality and reliability comparable to traditional broadcast for a much lower cost.