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Studer upgrades Infinity Core, adds compact version

Posted on: Tuesday 31st of July 2018

Studer_core_Resolution_magazineHARMAN Professional Solutions has announced significant upgrades to the Studer Infinity Core Mixing Processor, utilizing Moore’s Law benefits to increase processing power with new models offering 300, 600 and 1000 MEQ channels at the same price point as previous models.

In addition, the new Studer Compact Infinity Core has launched, providing Studer Infinity Core processing in a compact 2RU frame with 300 and 600 MEQ versions, each with 4 A-link ports, ideal for applications where space may be limited but standard Infinity Core features such as 100% Core redundancy are needed.

The new Infinity Core models utilize Intel E5 Xeon CPUs, which provide 50% more processing power than previous models.

To complete the Infinity Core lineup, Studer has also launched its ground-breaking Compact CoreLink Card, which can turn a COTS server into an Infinity Mixing Processor by the addition of a PCIe card, providing 4 A-Link connections. The full range of Infinity Core processing options all work flawlessly with the newly launched Vista 5 Black Edition as well as the highly successful Vista X and Vista V consoles.
www.studer.ch/en-US/products/infinity-core



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