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Lawo extends remote production capabilities

Company confirms new UK subsidiary will be based in Chichester

Lawo has announced an increase of its portfolio of remote production tools at BVE2019.

Its new Power CoreRP is a 1RU device, featuring high-density AoIP and MADI I/O, eight modular I/O expansion slots, 64 DSP channels, IP streaming via WAN or LAN, and network-link redundancy via SMPTE 2022-7 Seamless Protection Switching.

Lawo said its Class-C jitter/network latency robustness eliminates the need for dedicated 3rd-party WAN gateways, drastically simplifying remote setups.

The solution offers 64 processing channels — enabling low-latency on-site monitor and IFB mixing. The company’s mc² consoles can directly control DSP channels, and can also control up to 64 input channels and 16 Aux busses.

Power CoreRP can also be directly controlled without a console, using graphical touch-screen control based on Lawo’s VisTool GUI-builder software.

Lawo also revealed its new UK subsidiary (announced last week) will be based in Chichester. Lawo director of sales and operations UK&I Craig Newbury, who heads up the new team, said the company sees the UK as an important market. “Customers have been demanding UK investment for some time,” he said.