Ottawa, Canada, September 11th 2018 – Ross Video is pleased to announce the launch of BACH Liberty at IBC 2018.
BACH Liberty is a drop-in replacement, pin-compatible module to Dante Brooklyn II, featuring a fully compliant AES67 and ST-2110 implementation that is guaranteed interoperable. With BACH Liberty, customers are able plug into full standards compliance today!
HUGEL GmbH, the Swiss provider of specialized solutions to the broadcast market since 1968, is first to integrate BACH Liberty into their highly automated audio and intercom system. These products from HUGEL originally supported the popular Dante protocol and now fully comply to the AES67 & SMPTE ST-2110 standards thanks to BACH Liberty, thus enabling broad 3rd-party interoperability and the ability to mix audio with video over converged ST-2110 IP networks, as required by broadcast systems. In short, BACH Liberty has enabled HUGEL to address more markets without additional investment in hardware development.
Commenting on the new product launch, Nestor Amaya, Ross Video’s VP of Infrastructure, notes “I’m very pleased that the Pro Audio industry now has the freedom to plug into new markets and applications based on truly open technologies from a stable supplier such as Ross Video. The open control technologies found on BACH empower manufacturers to bring innovative new workflows and user interfaces to the benefit of end users worldwide. BACH has the Liberty you’ve been waiting for”.
Ross Video will be proudly demonstrating the BACH Liberty Module on booth 11.C10 throughout IBC 2018. Click here to read more.