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New SSL Compact Processor and I/O Units Offer Improved Scalability and System Configuration Cost Control

LAS VEGAS, NV—At NAB (Booth N4031), world-leading media technology innovator Solid State Logic (SSL) will demonstrate the latest generation of the market leading C100 Digital Broadcast Console. The console will be showcased with the new Blackrock processor system, accompanied by the new B-RIO modular I/O rack, MORSE Stage Box and MORSE Router.

“The development of the new technology in Blackrock and B-RIO enhances the robustness, flexibility and space efficiency of the C100,? says Dan Duffell, head of marketing for SSL. “The C100 HD-S Console is the operational interface for a completely scalable, expandable system that is custom configured to precisely match client requirement, and the introduction of Blackrock enhances our capability to deliver what our customers need now and over the coming years.?

The C100 HD-S is the latest generation of the industry proven C100 console range that is relied upon by broadcasters worldwide, 24/7 365 days a year in fixed and mobile installations. For operators, C100 is a reassuring combination of ergonomic simplicity and benchmark audio processing and signal path performance. For engineers, C100 provides simple scalability and expandability with robust, proprietary, virus proof systems, SNMP remote diagnostics and unrivalled service and support. For managers, C100 means systems delivered to tight budgets with low cost of ownership and performance quality to match HD market demands.

The Blackrock Processor Core is a new miniaturized version of the established Centuri Processing Core that reduces the size of the rack enclosure to a compact 2U and supports full processor core redundancy.

Key Blackrock Features:
•Optional processor core redundancy with fast changeover
•2U industrial chassis, with quick release redundant, hot swappable PSUs with alarm
•Firewalled ‘Integration Computer’ provides secure access to setup and SNMP Remote Diagnostics
•Proprietary CPU, DSP, with virus-proof O/S and software
•Dual HDD caddies, RAID 1 redundancy
•Automatic disaster recovery (data and hardware)
•Integrated 5-port Ethernet switch
•Redundant connections to the control surface
•Native MADI over fibre (single/multimode)
•56 or 64 channels of I/O per MADI port
•4 ports standard, upgradable to 8 ports
•Many I/O ‘breakout’ combinations:
oSSL AlphaLink/DeltaLink, low cost I/O
oSSL B-RIO chassis, standard solution
oSSL MORSE StageBox remote I/O,
oMORSE Router for modular resource sharing
oAny AES10-compatible MADI equipment

The new B-RIO is a modular ‘local’ I/O housed in a space efficient 7U enclosure.

Key B-RIO Features:
•7U chassis with dual PSUs as standard
•Integrated 24 GPI card
•Integrated MADI x 4
•5 audio card expansion slots for Mic, Line & AES card options
•Single-sided access
•Support for N+1 redundant MADI links

The Blackrock and B-RIO combination are scaled and configured to exactly meet customer requirements making dedicated DSP power for processing and system configuration available to the operator at all times. The space and cost efficient Processor and I/O options enable engineers to specify systems which exactly meet technical and budgetary requirements.

The MORSE Stagebox provides fiber connected modular remote I/O. The MORSE Stage Box can either directly address Blackrock in simple installations or be used in conjunction with a MORSE Router in multi room environments where resource sharing is required.

The MORSE Router provides a Modular Resource Sharing Engine for all SSL C-Series Consoles.

Key MORSE Router Features:
• Reliable, cost effective, and scalable solution for sharing audio I/O and managing related control data in multi-studio broadcast facilities
• Fast switchover of any control room between multiple studio floors and parallel usage of the studio floor resources by multiple control rooms – with full ownership arbitration
• Control of MORSE I/O parameters and cross point routing is fully integrated into the C100’s user interfaces, resulting in a seamless operational experience
• Designed for critical on-air environments with hardware redundancy and fault tolerant proprietary software

Solid State Logic is the world’s leading manufacturer of analogue and digital audio consoles and provider of creative tools for music, broadcast and post production professionals. For more information about our award-winning products, please visit: www.solid-state-logic.com


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