A source for cloud-based audio broadcast production products
It is known for its World of Adventures Resort. And, in tech circles, Chessington is also known as the home of Audiotonixjust down the A243.
Today, this south London locality adjacent to Sussex is making the news by bringing new offerings to market in its cloud-based broadcast technology area.
Audiotonix claims to have developed Proof of Concept (PoC) technology that will provide the backbone for major broadcast manufacturers Calrec and Solid state logic to further develop cloud solutions based on their production workflows and unique feature sets.
Leveraging Audiotonix’s patented x86 CPU Optimal Core Processing (OCP) technology, the cloud engine runs in a virtualized Linux environment optimized for low-latency throughput, delivering real-time, deterministic audio processing and mixing.
Calrec and Solid State Logic connected control surfaces provide the familiar, ergonomic, and custom console and panel interfaces required by critical audio production. “The solution uses real-time cloud-enabled, software-defined transport protocols in I/O to provide flexible, purpose-built connections, with transport wrappers providing the necessary integrity.
Neil Hooper, Group Technology Officer at Audiotonix, said, “As a company, we continually strive to innovate on behalf of our customers to help them unlock growth opportunities through scaling events. , to use existing equipment more efficiently and reduce its environmental impact. With cloud-based solutions, we aim to continue this process, ensuring that our performance is as reliable and predictable as the current technologies our customers already rely on. We are also keenly aware that customers need flexibility and choice, which is why we develop our cloud solutions from the start for implementation in leading public cloud providers.