NAB will see the launch of Riedel’s new MediorNet device that will add increased flexibility and convenience to the acclaimed MediorNet real-time network.
Also on show will be the new RSP-2318 Smartpanel (pictured), which offers features and capabilities that will enrich the user experience and change the way broadcasters and AV professionals communicate. As the world’s first control panel designed to serve as a powerful multifunctional user interface, the Riedel device boasts a unique feature set that includes three high-resolution, sunlight-readable, multitouch color displays; premium-quality stereo audio; a multilingual character set; and 18 keys in just 1RU. These features make Riedel’s new Smartpanel a powerful user interface that can be further expanded through the use of apps. Riedel’s first app for the RSP-2318 turns the Smartpanel into an innovative and smart intercom panel.
The Tango TNG-200 represents Riedel’s first network-based platform supporting RAVENNA/AES67 and AVB standards. With its own dedicated intercom application, the platform can be turned into a flexible, cutting-edge solution for a variety of communications scenarios. Along with powerful processing capabilities, the Tango TNG-200 features two integrated Riedel digital partylines, two RAVENNA/AES67- and AVB-compatible ports, two Ethernet ports, one option slot, and redundant power supplies.
“NAB will see the introduction of a brand new member to the MediorNet family. Making their North American debuts, our innovative new Tango platform and Smartpanel represent the cutting edge of communications interfaces, with powerful features that will provide unprecedented power and convenience,” said Thomas Riedel, CEO, Riedel Communications.
Riedel is also presenting the STX-200 professional broadcast-grade interface, which brings any Skype user worldwide into the professional broadcast environment. Licensed by Microsoft, the new Riedel product meets broadcasters’ increasing need for a reliable single-box solution that enables them to bring live contributions from both reporters and viewers into live programming – all while avoiding typical problems such as consumer PCs running common Skype clients, the need to add scan and HDMI-to-SDI converters, or audio dropouts and menu pop-ups on the live feed.
Other products on display include Artist, Performer, and Acrobat Intercom Systems; RockNet Audio Systems; MediorNet and MediorNet Compact; MediorNet MetroN Core Router and Virtual Control Panel (VCP).