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Most recent Mediaproxy LogServer features at BroadcastAsia 2022

The Singapore broadcast and multimedia exhibition is set to provide an audience for the latest additions to the IP compliance monitoring platform

Melbourne, Australia: 17 May 2022 - Mediaproxy, the globally leading developer of software-based IP compliance solutions, will be bringing its LogServer IP logging, monitoring and analysis system to BroadcastAsia 2022 at the Sands Expo & Convention Centre in Singapore. From 1 to 3 June, visitors to Stand 5L2-01 can see demonstrations of features including support for SMPTE ST 2110, NMOS and SCTE Ad-insertion.

LogServer is designed to run entirely in software, providing reliable logging and monitoring of program output to ensure it meets broadcast compliance standards and regulations. It can integrate seamlessly with cloud, virtual or on-premises workflows, providing support for video, audio and real-time data from sources including 4K, HDR, 10-bit, HEVC, TSoIP, SMPTE 2110, Zixi and SRT.

Introduced in 2001, LogServer has been continuously developed and upgraded to ensure it is able to meet the changing requirements of broadcasters, streaming services and playout facility operators. Among the latest ground-breaking features are advanced clustering of decentralized systems on IP networks, including the cloud, and a new interface platform intended to simplify configuration at scale. This brings a new era of distributed access, setup and configuration throughout an entire organization, enabling a presence both locally and globally.

Through ongoing development, LogServer offers sophisticated and flexible monitoring that is now crucial in the smooth, efficient operation of broadcast and media services today. This guarantees that LogServer is able to work with a wide range of distribution platforms and technologies, including Next Gen TV, IP-driven workflows and cloud migration, delivering the monitoring and logging functionality necessary to both comply with regulatory demand and deliver the quality of experience expected by viewers.

"Being an Australian company, the Asia-Pacific region is a key market for Mediaproxy," comments Erik Otto, chief executive of Mediaproxy. "Because of that, BroadcastAsia is an important show for us because it gives access to all the top broadcasters and facilities in this large and diverse territory. We look forward to demonstrating the newest additions to LogServer at the show."


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