Torque Video Systems Launches DVStor Incremental File Transfer
and DVMon XS Monitoring Probe, at NAB 2017
Las Vegas, April 25, 2017 – Torque Video Systems, inventive digital television networks and video transmission solutions provider, launches the DVStor Incremental File Transfer as well as the DVMon XS monitoring probe in a compact form factor.
Torque DVStor is known for its compliance recording, disaster recovery and playout applications – providing exceptional cost performance in technically demanding environments. The newly introduced Incremental File Transfer is ideal for news organizations monitoring overseas news broadcasts and want full resolution clips back at their home studio, as the DVStor can remotely acquire full resolution content and efficiently transfer it to a central “catcher” machine.
The DVStor supports flexible, event-driven scheduling, facilitates set up of periodic schedules to acquire and transfer specific programs daily, weekly, and so on. Scheduled events can also be set with an expiration date, making the system perfect for catching the daily summaries of, for example, global sports events.
The paperback-sized DVMon XS offers the same functionality as the DVMon, offering flexible user interface running on any standards-compliant web browser, IP Monitoring, ASI Transport Stream Monitoring and template verification, with a single input.
Danny Wilson, Founder and CEO of Torque Video Systems said, “There continues to be dramatic changes in the television landscape. The eclipse of traditional workflows with IP and file-based technologies is almost complete. We are excited with the launch of our latest DVStor application for near-live file transport and how it can contribute to the many changes in this industry. This year, we also make a significant addition to our Quality Assurance lineup with the addition of the DVMon XS. Despite fitting in the palm of your hand, the DVMon XS offers the same features, power and legendary ease of use as the multi-port DVMon.”
Torque Video Systems specializes in the management of broadcast quality of service, providing cost-effective Test, Measurement and Monitoring solutions and versatile applications, enabling operators worldwide to monitor their network operations, gain insights into viewer experience and reduce operating expenses.
Torque Video Systems exhibits at NAB 2017, booth SU10424. Demos are available on-site.
The NAB Show is held from April 24 to 27 at the Las Vegas Convention Centre, Nevada.