NEP Norway will be using Lawo as equipment provider as it replaces the baseband video and audio infrastructure of its Oslo Broadcast Centre’s master control room.
The deal, concluded at IBC, will see a range of Lawo equipment deployed in the core infrastructure upgrade, including some 30 V__matrix software-defined IP routing, processing and multiviewing platforms. Additional equipment includes Lawo’s seamless orchestration and unification layer (SOUL), which adds an overarching orchestration service for IP-based production environments to the VSM control system, and the mc² Micro Core standalone audio processing core.
Eirik Nakken, director of technology for NEP Norway, said: “The Lawo V_Matrix is a flexible processing platform fitting well with the distributed and dynamic workflows that NEP Norway is implementing in this project. New production methods require more flexible utilization of data centre resources, and the software-defined processing platform from Lawo will enable NEP to deliver innovative services for years to come.”
Lawo is exhibiting at IBC2019 on Stand 8.B50.