2015 IBC Show
“At IBC 2015 NOA is introducing innovations that set a new standard for convenient and cost-effective audio archiving. Our off-the-shelf solutions based on the new N7000C hardware and the pico™ workflow system bring on-demand top quality archiving within reach for a whole new base of users.” Christophe Kummer, Managing Partner of NOA
New Products for the 2015 IBC Show
After extensive development, NOA proudly presents the latest addition to its successful and proven product lines. NOA will showcase the brand-new N7000C Audio Interface, NOARecord pico™, FrameLector pico™, and will share recent updates on exciting new projects, advanced cooperations and business opportunities.
*NEW* N7000C Audio Interface
Making its debut at IBC 2015, N7000C is NOA's latest addition to its successful hardware product line. Featuring groundbreaking implementations such as Bitproof Support and the revolutionary Dante Interface, the N7000C is the most advanced technology in the field of professional audio hardware, while fully supporting the well-established high quality industry standards and providing the archive community with additional tools.
*NEW* Stand-alone Audio Ingest with NOARecord pico™
NOARecord pico™ delivers high-quality audio digitisation at a breakthrough price point. In combination with NOA’s powerful new N7000C hardware platform, NOARecord pico makes it possible for a broad range of users to quickly set up a professional quality digitisation facility without requiring the sophisticated workflow management system and extensive IT infrastructures appropriate for large-scale archive collections.
NOA's proven technologies and applications in combination with the streamlined and free-of-charge workflow system pico™ facilitate new possibilities for small-scale on demand digitization projects – off-the-shelf, easy to use, and for immediate launch of ingest projects.
*NEW* Stand-alone SD-Video Ingest with NOA FrameLector pico™
At IBC 2015 NOA presents its first true stand-alone SD-Video ingest workstation for archives. Combining NOA’s FrameLector SD-Video ingest system with the streamlined, free-of-charge workflow system pico™, the solution offers unprecedented convenience and operational simplicity.