March 5th, 2010, Cleveland Ohio, USA
Broadcasters love Zephyr/IP, the IP codec from Telos that takes advantage of high-speed Internet connections for broadcast remotes. And now, there’s more to love for a lower price: radio pros can get two Z/IPs for just $5,995 in our limited-time NAB Special offering.
“We did a very complex remote out on the beach in Miami. The Zephyr IP stayed locked in on the Z/IP Network for over 7 days without a hitch. And it sounded great,” says Jim Hibbard, Owner of Pacific Mobile Recorders, and Chief Engineer for The Dan Patrick Show.
Z/IP is simple to set up and use, employing a network of distributed Z/IP Servers that allow Zephyr/IP users to easily find each other behind firewalls and NATS. Z/IP can also connect to calls from PBXs that use the SIP standard. A large, color display shows users their connection’s routing across the globe.
Z/IP broadcasts sound great, too, thanks to exclusive Agile Connection Technology from FhG, state-of-the-art loss detection and concealment, dynamic buffering and adaptive bitrates to detect, analyze, adjust and correct any signal variations -- ensuring clean, clear broadcast-quality audio with the lowest possible delay.
Zephyr/IP is the solution for broadcasters who demand the clearest possible audio from any remote location in the world. And getting two Z/IPs for under $6,000 is an offer no broadcaster should pass up. Because the Internet lets you do IP remotes from just about everywhere. And Zephyr/IP is the Best Way To Hear From Everywhere™.
For media information, contact Angi Roberson at email@example.com, or call +1-216-241-7225.
A Press-ready photo of Zephyr/IP can be downloaded from www.telos-systems.com/press-gallery/.
Telos Systems, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio with offices in Europe, is a leading manufacturer of ISDN, coded audio and telephone interface products for talk-shows, teleconferencing, audio production, remote broadcasts, and intercom applications.