Mediaproxy unveils LogServer IP at IBC 2012
New platform offers MPEG logging, playback, streaming and TS event monitoring
Melbourne, Australia, August 9, 2012 - Mediaproxy Pty. Ltd., a leading provider of broadcast, compliance logging and content monitoring solutions, is introducing LogServer IP at IBC 2012, and will showcase it at Stand 7.J07 during the IBC exhibition in Amsterdam September 7th-11th.
LogServer IP offers native TS logging, MPEG streaming, and playback. LogServer IP enables search, playback and analysis of both decrypted and encrypted transport streams sources. It comes with Monwall IP, the next-generation multi-viewer client, providing live MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 streaming and comprehensive TS event monitoring. The intuitive configuration and user interfaces allow for easy setup of any system. LogServer IP is also compliant with all loudness regulations.
It will be available as software-only and is also available as an appliance with either 80 TB or 120 TB of RAID protected storage. Mediaproxy offers a seamless upgrade path from either direction: owners of their flagship LogServer or LogServer ASI can move to LogServer IP; customers with LogServer IP can add proxy logging and encoded streaming to their platform.
Erik Otto, CEO, states, "The logical progression of the LogServer platform along the path of TS recording is to include more MPEG-specific features. Alongside native MPEG logging, this includes full MPEG playback and live streaming, as well as transport stream monitoring and analysis."
Mediaproxy's leading edge user interface allows for extensive search, export and content retrieval across multiple distributed servers. LogServer also includes a new version of the Monwall multi-viewer application, which provides a powerful and cost effect way for MCR/NOC applications to increase overall efficiency and lower operational costs.