New 4K, 3G, HD recording and replay server from has announced the Fulcrum ATM/12G server.

The new Fulcrum ATM/12G offers 12 bi-directional SDI I/O, provides 11Rec+2Play+FX+11 Search in replay mode and offers recording of to 12 HD channels for NLE.

The manufacturer of slow motion replay servers and video refereeing solutions claimed that its flexible architecture, large number of channels and affordable price make Fulcrum ATM/12G very attractive in the current economic situation. It also claims that the server significantly boosted performance when working with 3G/HD video.

In its basic configuration the SSD-based system has four graphics ports, two 10GbE and 12G SAS ports, and four toolless and trayless DMR Racks for 3.5in SATA drives. It also includes options for transferring clips and playlists between servers as well as the Telestrator.

Support for 4K can be installed remotely when needed. The license makes it capable of 4Rec+2Play+FX+4Search configuration in Replay mode and up to six recording channels for NLE.

A wide range of options (for example, support of SuperMo, HiMo cameras; working with ProRes, XDCAM50, AVID DNxHD, AVC Intra, XAVC, DVCPro codecs; and VAR) allows users to expand the server capabilities for more complex tasks via remote upgrades.

According to the company, the high performance of the system and its small size and weight (4U/56cm, 20kg) make the Fulcrum ATM/12G perfect for studio and OB environments. The DMR technology for direct recording of NLE native video files is another strong point. In this mode, the Fulcrum ATM/12G records the incoming video simultaneously on internal SSD storage in reliable proprietary format and in NLE native files with the selected codec on standard 3.5in SATA hard drives or to a NAS. This achieves the highest safety, maximum convenience and production speed, said

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