Lawo has introduced Home, its managed platform for IP-based media infrastructures.
The platform is built on a cloud-ready microservices architecture, and enables users to connect, manage and secure their networked production setups. Offering centralised access and control, Home automatically discovers and registers all Lawo IP equipment on the network as well as third-party devices via NMOS IS-O4.
The new product provides for automated device discovery and registration, connection management, flow control, software and firmware management, scalability and security, the company said.
Lawo’s Home platform is based on open standards, such as SMPTE ST 2110, NMOS, IEEE802.1x and RADIUS, and follows LUX, Lawo’s unified experience design principles, which provide a consistent workflow across all Lawo IP products.
It aims to solve IP complexity with automatic plug-and-play discovery of IP audio and video devices, which are registered with their name, location, status and type. Discovered devices are managed in a central inventory list, ready for access and configuration.