Routing Systems

The reliable transfer of data - 24 hours a day, 365 days a year - is routine for our routing systems. We provide solutions with capacities for small to mid-range control rooms, production areas, complete broadcast centers and beyond. Lawo routing systems are used in mobile studios and temporary installations at many international sport events. Our knowhow and our innovation have produced matrices that convince by capacity and reliability, and enable innovative networking and sophisticated operational concepts.

Nova73 HD

Router for medium-size and larger installations ...

 

Nova73 HD

Nova73 compact

The little big router ...

 

Nova73 compact

Nova29

The compact MADI router for mid-sized studios ...

 

Nova29

Nova17

The digital router for smaller configurations ...

 

Nova17

 

V__link4

The all-in-one video-over-IP solution.

Includes everything from Video-over-IP coding to various testing and processing tools – providing increased flexibility and saving valuable rack-space, set-up time and production costs.

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Potsdam Broadcast Archive uses Lawo in their copy suites

The German Broadcast Archive (Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv, DRA) has carried out extensive technical upgrades to three copy and production facilities at its Potsdam-Babelsberg location using Lawo technology. Integration of the Lawo equipment into the company’s production environment was carried out by Swiss systems integrator, SLG Broadcast. read more

Chas Rowden appointed to undertake Strategic Sales at Lawo

Lawo has appointed Robert Charles “Chas” Rowden to head up Strategic Sales within Lawo’s global team. Prior to this move, Rowden was employed by Calrec Audio to develop business in Europe, Middle East and African territories. read more

France Celebrated “Bastille Day” Under the Eiffel Tower – With Perfect Sound by Lawo mc²36 Consoles

More than 400,000 spectators gathered on Paris’ Champs de Mars for the 14th July La Fête Nationale (Bastille Day) public holiday. Marking the culmination of the French Revolution in 1789, and signaling the rise of France as a nation, the crowd assembled at the foot of the Eiffel Tower for a performance of Carl Orff’s “Carmina Burana” by 250 musicians from the National Orchestra of France and of the Radio France Choir. read more

Puccini’s ‘La Boheme’ at the 2015 Thurn-and Taxis Festival mixed on an mc²56

The courtyard of the castle St. Emmeran in Regensburg, Germany, has provided the location for the Thurn-and-Taxis festival (“Schlossfestspiele”) since 2003. The highlights on stage are mirrored by the FoH audio mix: read more

Japanese Broadcaster YTV upgrades technical infrastructure with Lawo

Based in Osaka, the Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation (YTV) serves the Kansai region of Japan with news, sports and drama programming, as well as producing its own television programs and movies – presently translated into over 20 languages for distribution outside of Japan. YTV is also recognized for its anime productions, which are among the highest-rated, both domestically and internationally. read more