Telos VX® is the world’s first VoIP (Voice over IP) talkshow system — a broadcast phone system that’s so powerful, it can run all the on-air phones for your entire plant. Telos VX Enterprise™, with built-in support for AES67, is the next evolution of Telos VX VoIP phone system in a powerful new 1RU hardware unit. Additionally, support for the G.722 voice codec ensures the highest quality calls from supported mobile devices. With capacity expandable up to 120 hybrids/faders, VX Enterprise is ideal for medium to large facilities and can grow with your station over time. (For smaller facilities, check out VX Prime+ with 8-hybrid capacity.)
AES67 support brings a new level of compatibility and flexibility to VX phone systems. Support for AES67 gives broadcasters the flexibility of integrating VX Enterprise into any AES67 environment, in addition to our own Axia® Livewire® network. With plug-and-play connectivity, you can network multiple channels of audio with any manufacturer’s AES67-compliant hardware. Beyond AES67, Livewire users have the added convenience and power of networking control (GPIO), advertising/discovery, and program associated data throughout the network.
Using VoIP, VX Enterprise gives you remarkable-sounding on-air phone calls with no ‘gotchas’. VX Enterprise weds modern networking to the remarkable power of digital signal processing. VX Enterprise uses Ethernet as its connection backbone, significantly cutting the cost of phone system installation, maintenance, and cabling. It uses standard SIP protocol that works with many VoIP PBX systems and SIP Telco to take advantage of low-cost and high-reliability service offerings. VX Enterprise can also connect to traditional telco lines via Asterisk PBX systems, which can be customized for specific facility requirements.
Don’t have an IP-Audio network yet? Optional Telos Alliance xNodes, like the Telos Alliance Mixed Signal Node, break out audio into analog and digital formats, along with GPIO logic commands. And with informative VSet phones, talent finds it easier than ever to take control of their callers, moving and sharing lines between studios at the touch of a button.