ATX Ditches Transcoding Licenses

May 9, 2014
ATX Networks has launched its VersAtivePro transcoding platform, which is not license-based. It's intended to allow switching HDs to SDs or ...
ATX Networks has launched its VersAtivePro transcoding platform, which is not license-based. It's intended to allow switching HDs to SDs or vice-versa, migrating from primary to redundant units, or reconfiguring transcoders without having to change the license each time.

VersAtivePro devices are designed to be cluster manageable with a single UI for managing multiple units. The line also offers support for N+M and other redundancy schemas.

The new line will be featured at ANGA COM in Germany, InfoComm in Las Vegas, and HITEC in Los Angeles.

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