The Argo mixing system is available in two sizes and can be accessed remotely over the public internet
At NAB, Lawo demonstrated its HOME IP infrastructure management platform running live on AWS, remotely controlling video and audio gear in Lawo’s United Kingdom offices via user interfaces on the show floor.
Launched in April 2021, Lawo says HOME has been deployed in more than 60 installations, including systems on redundant server clusters and single-leg systems on the embedded CPU of mc² consoles.
Based on containerized microservices, the company claims HOME is natively cloud-capable. “The next evolutionary step was always going to be cloud-hosted HOME systems”, explained Axel Kern, Lawo’s senior director cloud and infrastructure solutions. “And cloud operation is now a reality for the HOME community.”
Lawo also announced that Merging Technologies is the first native third-party HOME citizen. “HOME’s doors are wide open, and several vendors have expressed their interest,” commented Andreas Hilmer, Lawo’s chief marketing officer. “We can’t wait to welcome more vendors to the HOME platform.”
More information on Lawo’s new .edge Hyper-Density SDI/IP Conversion and Routing is available here.