Making their debut at IBC are two new products from Torque Video Systems.
The Torque DVMon S/S2 is described as a multi-user, affordable satellite transport stream probe that succeeds the Pixelmetrix DVStation ASLF. Its key attributes include HTML5 remote GUI, monitoring and engineering analysis, combined technical analysis, video thumbnails, video wall, service component validation and combined IP monitoring, as well as historical logging and graphing. It is available with a range of interface options.
In a similar compact form factor and with the same high-performance Intel CPU as the DVMon, the new DVStor XS models come pre-installed with the latest DVStor version 8 application software. Running on a robust enterprise Linux, the new application software is said to feature improved performance and reliability.
Danny Wilson, founder and CEO, Torque Video Systems, said: “These days, almost every aspect of television delivery is rapidly changing, and we believe our latest products meet head on the challenges those changes present.
Under the threat of new media players, traditional terrestrial, cable and satellite operators are driven to find lower cost and innovative solutions to their delivery problem, while they struggle to find and adopt new business models.”