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STANDARDS COMMS Riedel Communications will use this month’s NAB New York expo (9-10 November) to show its MediorNet MicroN being used as a decentralised router. The MicroN is an 80G media distribution network device for Riedel’s MediorNet line of real-time media transport and management solutions. At the show, Riedel will demonstrate how interconnected MicroN units can be deployed to create a decentralised routing system that distributes signal load, takes advantage of flexible node placement, and eliminates any single point of failure to create a viable alternative to traditional, monolithic routers. Also in New York, Riedel will exhibit the RSP-2318 SmartPanel, a product designed to serve as a multifunctional user interface that includes three high-resolution, sunlight-readable, multi-touch colour displays, premium-quality audio, a multilingual character set and 18 keys. AES67 and AVB connectivity are offered as standard and AES3 over cat or coax cable is available as an option. In other news, Riedel has agreed a partnership with Cambodia’s Sofia Express as it looks to further expand into Southeast Asia. In addition, All Mobile Video (AMV) West Coast has upgraded its NYLA mobile production truck with a new Artist digital matrix intercom system. The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) has elected new officers and governors for the 2017-2018 term and appointed Matthew Goldman, senior vice president of technology, TV and media at Ericsson, as its new president. Goldman, a SMPTE fellow who has previously held SMPTE board roles as executive vice president, finance vice president, and Eastern Region governor, will serve a two-year term as president starting on 1 January 2017. He succeeds Robert Seidel, vice president of engineering and advanced technology at CBS, who will continue to serve on the SMPTE board of governors. NEWS ORCHESTRATION Euronews is to install a Dalet news system that will be used to produce and playout its linear and non- linear output. Broadcasting in 13 languages, Euronews will make the Dalet technology available to 200 simultaneous users across several sites. The platforms included in the install will be Dalet Galaxy for media logistics and asset management, Dalet AmberFin for media orchestration and processing and the Dalet Brio I/O environment. Euronews chief operating officer Francois Schmitt said: “Today, we have various components that are glued together using our own internal tools. It is not efficient in terms of dealing with the various languages, supporting special productions and tracking important asset metadata. It also does not support the transformation of our workflows. Dalet is providing an agile, cohesive system that bends with the ebb and flow of our newsroom needs.” MONITORING RTW and signed an agreement that will see it distribute hardware and software products and systems from Listen, the audio and electroacoustic test and measurement company, in Germany and Switzerland. Products created by Listen include audio testing hardware, microphones, power supplies and amplifiers. Andreas Tweitmann, chief executive of RTW, said: “Listen holds all the company values that RTW appreciates. The company’s knowledgeable audio and software engineers are experts in their field and solicit feedback from their customers to better serve their needs.” Listen’s flagship product, SoundCheck, launched in 1995 includes software, audio and other test interfaces and accessories, as well as test sequences. KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 119 NOVEMBER 2016 | 21