Quicklink to showcase Skype TX transceivers

Quicklink TX Quad will be among the new products on show
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Quicklink will showcase its popular Skype TX call transceivers at IBC2017. The Quicklink TX is a Skype video call management system designed in partnership with Microsoft. The solution enables professional reception and transmission of multiple Skype video calls through an SDI and HDMI interface. The Skype TX unit can receive from and send to any video enables device running Skype, this provides broadcasters with unrivalled access to the 300 million monthly Skype users.

The Quicklink TX is available in three main types: Multi, Duo and Quad. The newly released Quicklink TX Duo is a 19-inch 1U rack mounted system that allows users to manage two simultaneous Skype calls to be processed as 2 SDI/NDI outputs.

The Quicklink TX Quad, a 19-inch 2U rack mounted system is available with the High Availability option. This option includes a dual power supply, raided swappable front-loading drives and system monitoring with alert notification via SMS/SNMP/email, offering a completely redundant and resilient solution. Giving complete piece of mind during live broadcasts.

Eugene Ho, partner director of product management for Skype said: “We’re proud of our work with Quicklink to offer this flexible, scalable and cost effective solution that minimises the control room footprint to broadcasters.”

Along with the Quicklink TX, the Remote Communicator, Mobile Encoder and Standard Playout Server will be shown by Quicklink at IBC 2017.

 

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