Telos shows new codecs, phone systems at Broadcast Asia

Telos shows new codecs, phone systems at Broadcast Asia 
Broadcast VoIP, POTS hybrids and Z/IP ONE codec will be on display

8 June 2011, Cleveland Ohio, USA

Telos Systems is coming to Broadcast Asia 2011 with plenty of new goodies for broadcasters, from the newest in IP codecs to the most technologically advanced single- and multi-line phone systems ever. The first new Telos product to be showcased at BCA is Z/IP ONE, the new Zephyr IP codec designed to extract maximum performance from unpredictable public IP connections. Z/IP ONE sounds extraordinarily clean and clear, thanks to Telos’ exclusive ACT technology that automatically optimizes IP connections for the lowest possible delay and the highest possible fidelity. Z/IP ONE also features a huge list of high-performance codecs — the largest in the industry: AAC-ELD, AAC-HE, AACLD, MPEG Layer 2, MPEG 4 AAC LC, MPEG 2 AAC LC, G.711, G.722 and linear PCM, as well as SIP protocol support for VoIP devices.

New Telos Hx1 and Hx2 POTS hybrids will be on display as well. Hx1 is a single-line hybrid, Hx2 is a twoline unit; both are inexpensive, immediate ways to improve caller audio. The new hybrids contain the most advanced Telos digital signal processing ever, and include sweetening from Omnia Audio to automatically manage AGC and EQ, along with a host of standard features like built-in auto-answer capabilities, caller-disconnect detection, audio-leveling and anti-feedback routines that make the best of open speaker studio applications, call screening and line-hold features, and front-panel meters. A choice of standard analog or optional AES/EBU I/O is available.

Finally, the new VX broadcast VoIP Talkshow System will be demonstrated. The Telos VX is the world’s first VoIP phone system engineered specifically to meet the demands of radio. VX uses proven IP-Audio technology to move and share lines between studios. Jighly scalable and configurable, VX is at home in the largest of facilities with the most sophisticated needs, while also being surprisingly cost effective for even two or three-studio facilities.

The VX system connects to the Telco via standard gateways, giving you the choice of using either POTS or ISDN lines – or VoIP connections, should you choose. VX will handle up to 48 call-in lines, making it the perfect whole-plant solution.

Radio pros can see VX, Hx and Z/IP ONE, along with the rest of the Telos line, in Singapore at Broadcast Axia 2011 in the Telos/Omnia/Axia display in Booth #4S2-01/5.For more information, contact Clark Novak at Telos Systems via email at, or call +1 216-241-7225.



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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.