Torque Video Systems to debut its DVMon S/S2 and DVStor XS at IBC 2016
Singapore, August 24, 2016 – Torque Video Systems, inventive digital television and video transmission solutions provider, will debut two best sellers in its class of monitoring and storage systems at the upcoming IBC this September in Amsterdam, featuring the DVMon S/S2 and the DVStor XS.
The Torque DVMon S/S2 is a multi-user, affordable satellite transport stream probe that succeeds the Pixelmetrix DVStation ASLF. Its key attributes include HTML5 Remote GUI, Monitoring and Engineering Analysis, Combined Technical Analysis, Video Thumbnails, Video Wall, Service Component Validation, Combined IP Monitoring, as well as Historical Logging and Graphing. The DVMon is also available in these interface options: IP, ASI, ASI + IP, DVB S/S2 and DVB S/S2 + IP.
In a similar compact form factor and high performance Intel CPU as the DVMon, the new DVStor models come preinstalled with the latest DVStor version 8 application software. Running on a robust enterprise Linux, the new application software features improved performance and reliability for mission critical applications. Known for compliance recording, disaster recovery and playout applications, now, the new DVStor models present media audit, and more importantly, fits a lean budget.
Danny Wilson, Founder and CEO of Torque Video Systems said, “These days, almost every aspect of television delivery is rapidly changing, and we believe our latest products meet head on the challenges those changes present. Under the threat of new media players, traditional terrestrial, cable and satellite operators are driven to find lower cost and innovative solutions to their delivery problem, while they struggle to find and adopt new business models.”
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 IBC 2016, Hall 1, booth 1F34, with demos of these newly launched products.
IBC will be held from September 9 to 13, at the RAI Amsterdam.