By: SVG Staff
Wednesday, August 8, 2012 - 2:21 pm
T-VIPS recently announced the launch of its TNS460 HD/SD-SDI Monitor, a new addition to T-VIPS’ nSure product line, which has been developed to ensure the uninterrupted delivery of high quality video content. Visitors to IBC will be able to see on-stand demonstrations of the solution (stand 1.B71), which will be shipping from September 2012.
“The TNS460 answers the need of broadcasters and network operators to ensure the delivery of high quality video signals throughout the value chain,” said Johnny Dolvik, CEO, T-VIPS. “This expansion of our nSure product portfolio means we provide solutions for transport stream monitoring, RF signal monitoring at the transmitter site and now SDI (HD/SD) signal monitoring for contribution and in-house video distribution. We understand that network infrastructures are becoming increasingly complex which is why we continue to provide monitoring solutions which increase reliability in video transport.”
The TNS460 delivers efficient, continuous monitoring of HD and SD-SDI signals. It provides central head-end input monitoring and is ideal for monitoring at handover points where signals may be delivered from one party to another – a scenario which is increasingly common in today’s complex network infrastructures. The TNS460 provides the data to monitor SLA adherence and also offers stand-alone monitoring for temporary contribution links such as services delivered for a one-off sporting event.
The TNS460 is compact and cost-effective, offering simultaneous, real-time monitoring of four SDI signals. It delivers monitoring of video format information, uncompressed audio bitrates and number of channels but also offers an advanced mode for extended monitoring and error detection where required. It features a thumbnail view of the video being transmitted and also innovatively offers template monitoring, which allows users to set pre-defined perimeters for monitoring according to their own individual service.
“We believe that the TNS460 is the ideal solution for broadcasters, system integrators and network operators who are looking for a cost-effective product which doesn’t compromise on functionality. We understand the need for cost effectiveness when deploying high-end monitoring systems at many hand-over points in an infrastructure – the TNS460 fits the bill for both functionality and cost. We look forward to IBC visitors seeing our entire range of monitoring solutions and how the newest addition to our monitoring portfolio, the TNS460, can play a crucial part in the delivery of fault-free video services,” concluded Dolvik.