Rastatt, Germany (April 26, 2021)—Lawo has unveiled Home, the company’s new management platform for IP-based media infrastructures, which is based on open standards and follows LUX, Lawo’s unified experience design principles, providing a consistent workflow across all Lawo IP products.
Home is natively built on a cloud-ready microservices architecture, enabling users to connect, manage and secure networked production setups from the ground up. Furthermore, it provides centralized access and control for all Lawo gear within a setup. According to the company, Home helps broadcast professionals address requirements of modern IP infrastructures, including automated discovery and registration of devices, connection management, flow control, software and firmware management, scalability and security.
“In today’s IP project implementations, the physical build and cabling is only half of the way. The other half consists of configuration. HOME significantly increases efficiency in setting up IP system installs,” says Axel Kern, Lawo’s senior product manager media infrastructure control.
“Broadcasters and service providers are faced with constantly changing production demands, and setups need to adapt, no matter if on-premise or off-premise, local or remote, or even cloud. This new management platform provides the architecture for our customers to scale with their agile business requirements.”
Lawo’s Home platform is based on open standards such as ST2110, NMOS, IEEE802.1x and RADIUS.
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