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New supergroup forms to deliver STAGENET

New supergroup forms to deliver STAGENET

New supergroup forms to deliver STAGENET

Combining the expertise of Arista, Matrox, Merging Technologies, Simplexity and Stagetec, STAGENET aims to set the standard for a new IP user experience – one that enables the benefits of IP signal management without requiring the experience of a network engineer. Operable via a drag-and-drop web interface, STAGENET configures both the end devices (such as microphones, projectors, cameras and speakers) and network switches automatically, monitors their status and presents possible errors to the user in an understandable way.

STAGENET was developed following an exchange of ideas made between Wolfgang Salzbrenner (Stagetec MD) and Stefan Ledergerber (Simplexity CEO and founder). The five brands developed the idea with complementary hardware, software and software skills to make STAGENET a reality.

“STAGENET has the potential to become a real game-changer thanks to the collaboration of five industry leaders. It’s IP made simple,” said Ledergerber. “We oversee the IP-based devices on the network, and we let you know if things go wrong. This helps further to migrate from traditional installations – such as Stagetec’s audio matrix system, Nexus, into the IP world.”

“The premise for the development of STAGENET is to set a standard for a particularly easy-to-use, reliable and flexible AV over IP signal management,” added Stagetec MD Rene Harder. “As the lead partner, Stagetec is responsible for development, sales and support of STAGENET in cooperation with Arista, Matrox, Merging and Simplexity.”

Stagetec has dedicated the Avatus IP mixing console and Nexus routing to STAGENET. Canadian brand, Matrox, has created a series of infrastructure products supported by STAGENET for transforming baseband video to IP formats. By adopting the SMPTE ST 2110 standard, the ConvertIP series inputs SDI or HDMI signals and converts them with zero latency to an IP format that satisfies demanding workflows. In addition, Merging Technologies has made Pyramix, Ovation, Anupis, Japi and Horus available for the platform. As an industry leader in data-driven, client to cloud networking for large data centre, campus and routing applications, Arista Networks delivers reliable networking.

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