The Telos Alliance is showing its new Axia IP-Tablet, which it says adds value to an Axia console purchase through virtualization of control and hardware resources.
Axia IP-Tablet runs on a Windows tablet; it expands and enhances the functionality of an Axia studio and other connected Telos Alliance equipment. The user can remove monitors from a studio by virtualizing monitoring and control of gear, putting common console functions on a touchscreen. Customers can buy modules that fit their needs including modules for Telos Systems, Omnia Audio, Fusion Console Control (a Basic version is available), Axia Pathfinder and Metadata Link.
The company said the IP-Tablet demonstrates benefits of the open design nature of the Livewire Partner program. It was designed by Livewire partner Jérôme Gahery of IP-Studio and won the 2017 Product of the Year Award from Salon de la Radio.