Telos Alliance completes AWS Foundational Technical Review for Axia Altus virtual mixing console

Telos Alliance has successfully completed the AWS Foundational Technical Review (FTR) for the Axia Altus software-based audio-mixing solution. Made with built-in capability for remote contribution and monitoring, it allows broadcasters to control the mix, while simultaneously monitoring audio and contributing content from any browser, anywhere.

The AWS FTR allows AWS Partners to identify and remediate risks in their software or solutions. Whether software is delivered as a SaaS solution or deployed by customers, the FTR helps AWS Partners identify AWS Well-Architected best practices specific to their software. Service offering FTRs assess an AWS Partner’s service offering against a specific set of best practices most critical for customer success.

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 virtualised environment. Since Axia Altus is deployed as a software container, it allows Telos Alliance to deliver a wide range of benefits, including flexibility in the design of studios and workflows. Leveraging the power of the cloud, Altus offers a new disaster recovery strategy where Altus is deployed as a backup studio, available anywhere.

Greg Shay, chief technical officer for Telos Alliance, commented: “We’re delighted to be working with AWS to test and improve our solutions, and ensure they run smoothly. The cloud ecosystem is only growing in size and importance. Telos Alliance has always been dedicated to meeting our customers where they are on their path to virtualisation by providing hardware, software or a hybrid combination of solutions that truly allow them to broadcast without limits. We look forward to continuing to expand our customer base with AWS by our side.”

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