NEW YORK — With vendors saying no to Amsterdam in two weeks, others are saying yes to the Big Apple, as TE1 and TE2 DSP engines and remote production products from Solid State Logic (SSL) will be among the wares on display at the Sports Video Group (SVG) Summit.
The event is scheduled for December 12-13 and will be held at the New York Hilton. And, SSL’s presence there coincides with its decision to rejoin the Sports Video Group, an industry organization supporting the sports broadcast community since 2006.
Nigel Beaumont, Managing Director of Solid State Logic, commented, “SSL thought it was the right time to return to SVG, both in terms of our new product and technology offerings and in light of the very encouraging state of the sports broadcast industry at large. We look forward to seeing everyone in New York.”
Unlike other locales, the City of New York strictly enforces COVID-19 vaccination in nearly all large indoor areas, from Midtown Manhattan pubs to the Harvard Club, site of last week’s highly successful Forecast conference staged by Radio + Television Business Report and Radio Ink.
During the SVG Summit, SSL will be showcasing its AoIP based broadcast production solutions, including new System T V3.1 software, which introduces pay-as-you-go DSP licensing via new TE1 and TE2 Tempest Engines.
This, SSL says, allows broadcasters to flexibly scale processing capabilities according to broadcast production requirements. In addition to the new Tempest Engines, attendees will get the opportunity to learn how System T users “are taking advantage of ahead-of-the-curve decentralized production capabilities, large-scale remote production solutions and multi-operator workflows, all the way to easily managing ‘at home’ requirements.”
To find out more or book a consultation at SVG Summit, please visit the SSL Events Page. To learn more about SSL’s broadcast solutions, including its new DSP Tempest Engines, please visit the company’s broadcast audio page.