Video: Omnia MPX Node - Dual-Path IP

By Justin Gelske on Oct 12, 2020 12:42:05 PM

Broadcasters expect five 9's of uptime for their on-air signals, and that implies even higher reliability from each part of the air chain. As we shift to IP connections for our signal chains, we must plan for reliability there, as well. Dual-path IP connections are a proven way to obtain virtually perfect uptime. Now Omnia MPX Nodes offer dual-path IP connectivity right out of the box.

In this video, Kirk Harnack demonstrates this dual-path reliability and shows examples using dual Public Internet or IP radio link backed up by Internet.



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