NEP selects Lawo IP Routing, Processing and Multiviewers for new M15 truck
Thu 27, 06 2019
NEP Group has released M15, the latest in NEP’s lineup of next-generation regional sports mobile units featuring an IP infrastructure based on Lawo solutions. This powerful, versatile single-truck-unit was designed to streamline regional sports workflows – but is flexible enough to scale up for larger shows. Throughout its interior, M15 offers personalized work stations at all operating positions, individualized climate control, and custom lighting. It uses NEP’s latest horizontal control room design, and the production room features an extremely flexible monitor wall fed by multiviewers with 32” monitors.
“NEP is at the forefront of delivering some of the world’s largest and most memorable productions. The opportunity for Lawo to be a part of that by providing the core infrastructure for M15 is an absolute honor for us. The Lawo/NEP partnership is critical to our growth and innovation in North America and around the world. We are thankful to NEP for their continued trust and look forward to a long and successful relationship in the future”, says Jeff Smith, Senior Vice President of Sales Americas at Lawo.
NEP has chosen the Lawo V__matrix IP routing and processing platform loaded with function-specific software handling all IP I/O, SDI I/O, audio processing, and multiviewers.
Six PowerCores are used for MADI, AES and analog audio gateways to AES67. The IP router provides the infractructure to support Grass Valley 86N cameras, including four high frame rate cameras, Kayenne X-Frame switcher; Calrec Artemis console; and EVS XT3 servers. Lawo VSM (Virtual Studio Manager) is the overall IP Broadcast Control and Orchestration System. Also integrated for ensuring network stability and security is Lawo’s SMART System Monitoring and Realtime Telemetry solution which also integrates deep packet inspection and network analyzing tools.
“We’ve fostered a great business relationship with Lawo over many years. Their products and systems have offered NEP and our clients the flexible, distributed solutions we need for our trucks’ production infrastructure – M15 is just the latest example,” said Glen Levine, President, NEP U.S.
Lawo and NEP will continue to partner in the development of IP technology infrastruture solutions and workflows to support the needs of an ever-changing broadcast industry. Learn more about NEP’s solutions at www.nepgroup.com and visit www.lawo.com for the latest offerings from Lawo.
For over 30 years, NEP has been a worldwide outsourced technical production partner supporting premier content producers of live sports, entertainment, music and corporate events. Our services include remote production, specialty capture, RF and wireless video/audio, studio production, audio visual solutions, host broadcast support, post production, connectivity and transmission, premium playout and innovative software-based media management solutions. NEP’s 4,000+ employees are driven by a passion for superior service and a focus on technical innovation. Together, we have supported productions in 87 countries on all seven continents.
Lawo designs and manufactures pioneering network, control, audio and video technology for broadcast and post production, as well as live performance and theatrical applications. Products include control and monitoring systems, digital audio mixing consoles, routers, video processing tools as well as solutions for IP-based A/V infrastructures and routing systems. All products are developed in Germany and manufactured according to highest quality standards at the company’s headquarters in the Rhine valley town of Rastatt, Germany. For additional information, please visit www.lawo.com.
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