Melbourne, Australia – 17 July 2023 -- Mediaproxy, the global standard for software-based IP compliance solutions, is bringing its full range of products back to IBC (International Broadcasting Convention) in Amsterdam. This includes the Monwall hybrid multi-panel for monitoring by exception and the flagship LogServer logging and analysis system. Conforming to leading standards, including SMPTE ST 2110, NMOS and SCTE for dynamic ad insertion, this multi-featured software package continues to evolve and respond to the changing demands of linear broadcasters and streaming services alike.
LogServer has been designed to provide reliable logging and monitoring of program output to meet international and national broadcast compliance standards and regulations. It can integrate easily and effectively with any type of workflow, whether on-premises or in the cloud. It is able to work with any format of video, audio and real-time data, including 4K resolution, HDR, 10-bit, HEVC, TSoIP, SMPTE 2110, Zixi and SRT.
In its 22 years as part of the broadcasting landscape, LogServer has built up a solid reputation based on reliability, ease of use and a comprehensive feature set to become the leading compliance tool trusted by broadcasters, streaming services and playout facilities worldwide.
Its main features, the latest versions of which will be demonstrated at IBC, include advanced clustering of decentralized systems on IP networks, full cloud support, and an interface platform that simplifies configuring large-scale installations. Through its policy of ongoing development, Mediaproxy is able to deliver deeper and more adaptable monitoring capabilities.
"IBC is an important exhibition for Mediaproxy," comments Rajesh Patel, VP of Sales & Solution EMEA at Mediaproxy. "It not only allows us to show off the latest features of LogServer and the other systems in our array of compliance products but also gives the opportunity to meet our wide-ranging customer base. We look forward to doing that this year so we can discuss the rapid changes in modern broadcast technology and how Mediaproxy is reacting to them."
Mediaproxy, Stand 5.H32 at IBC in the Amsterdam RAI Centre.