AV signal distribution developer tvONE has announced a new partnership with global technology manufacturer Bosch. The collaboration focuses on the combination of the tvONE CORIOmatrix modular video switching router and Bosch’s range of state-of-the-art conferencing systems.
tvONE says using its 4K CORIOmatrix router – which enables the mixing of AV, broadcast, IP and legacy sources seamlessly and at very low latency – with Bosch’s conference solutions facilitates streaming of the active speaker video to a hall display or system that records or webcasts the HD-SDI feed.
The Bosch Conference systems connect to the tvONE video switcher via TCP/IP and controls the switcher by using the protocol of tvONE to switch the video stream of the person speaking automatically to displays or video walls.
tvONE foresees a host of conference applications that will benefit from using the systems in tandem, including events in parliaments, commercial buildings, banking, convention centers, hotels and many others.
The CORIOmatrix (4RU) and CORIOmatrix mini (1RU) can accept a huge number of I/O configurations allowing complex functionality to be quickly and simply configured to meet end user requirements. The system is renowned for its robustness and flexibility, along with its ‘whisper quiet’ operation.
It’s ideal for applications where SDI is used in conjunction with 4K HDMI, DVI, and H.264/H.265 IP feeds.
tvONE says that its CORIOmatrix supports a variety of Bosch’s innovative, reliable and high-quality conference solutions – the IP-based DICENTIS Conference System, the WiFi-based DICENTIS Wireless Conference System and the compact, simple to set-up and use CCS 1000 D Digital Discussion System.