Telos Alliance’s Axia Altus Takes Accolade
- 25 April, 2023
USA: Telos Alliance®, trusted global leader in broadcast audio for more than three decades, has announced that its Axia® Altus virtual mixing console has received a 2023 NAB Show Product of the Year Award in the Remote Production category. This official awards program recognizes some of the most significant and promising new products and technologies showcased by exhibitors at the NAB Show.
Altus brings the power and features of a traditional console to desktop and laptop computers, tablets, and smartphones, including full-function mixing and Telos VX phone system integration. It allows distributed and remote workforces to collaborate on recorded programs and live broadcasts, including contribution audio and monitoring. Altus is ideal for any situation where fast deployment is needed, such as setting up a temporary studio, building a low-cost disaster recovery center, or quickly launching a remote broadcast.
NAB Show Product of the Year Award Winners were selected by a panel of industry experts in 15 categories and announced in a live awards ceremony at NAB Show on April 18. To be eligible for an award, nominated products had to come from companies exhibiting at the 2023 NAB Show and be delivered within the 2023 calendar year.
"Altus brings all of the same functions and features our customers count on in their Axia AoIP hardware consoles to whatever device they have available to them," said Greg Shay, Telos Alliance Chief Technical Officer. "Instead of the broadcaster going to the studio, the studio comes to them."
“During our centennial year, NAB continues to recognize the products that are transforming how content is being created, connected, and capitalized throughout the broadcast, media, and entertainment industry,” said Eric Trabb, NAB SVP and Chief Customer Success Officer. “Congratulations to Telos Alliance for winning the 2023 NAB Show Product of the Year Award in recognition of Altus, a product that has demonstrated its ability to help storytellers face the challenges of the present and future by revolutionizing a critical stage of the content lifecycle.”