New IP Intercom and IP Audio Mixing Product from Telos Alliance Debuts at InfoComm 2019

The Telos Alliance debuted IP Communications and IP Audio Mixing Solutions into the Telos Infinity IP Intercom platform and the new Axia iQx IP Audio Console lines.

Telos Alliance invented AoIP for the broadcast market, but the utility of its Infinity matrix-free IP intercom extends beyond market borders into the Pro AV space, with applications for house of worship, esports, corporate AV, education, hospitality, live venue, security and more. Updates to the Telos Infinity IP Intercom platform include Infinity Link, which seamlessly extends Infinity’s reach and usability by providing site-to-site connectivity over WAN and the Internet. Direct communication is no longer bound by the speed of a dedicated network, effectively bringing the rest of the world directly into the matrix-free Infinity ecosystem. Built on the latest standards-based VoIP and Livewire+ AES67 AoIP protocols, this design provides more capacity as the system grows, eliminating previous concerns about running out of ports on a matrix.

Also new to the Telos Infinity platform and designed for intercom systems of all sizes and applications is Infinity Dashboard Advanced. This optimized configuration and system management tool has an extended feature set, including SAP/AES67 advertising and discovery and offline configuration, unlocking the full potential of the Infinity matrix-free IP Intercom System.

The Telos Alliance also launched IP Audio Mixing Solutions, including the new Axia iQx IP audio console, which uniquely combines a surface and mix engine in a single unit. This approach makes the iQx far easier to set up quickly, piggybacking off existing network resources. iQx is great for nontraditional audio setups, such as a temporary studio for a special event, mixing remote audio, as a backup TV console and more. Designed for AES67 and ready for SMPTE ST 2110, iQx is standards-based, allowing AV integrators, installers and consultants to bring in sources from all over the world. Control is not just a local thing either, as iQx can be controlled from the remote site.

Here are all the specs.