Cedar Cambridge Series III hardwareOngoing demands for greater efficiency and faster throughput in audio working have prompted Cedar Audio to significantly increase the capability of its Cedar Cambridge Series III hardware.

Featuring 12 Xeon processing cores and 32Gb of RAM, the updated system is better suited to batch processing large bodies of audio in libraries and archives, as well as handling high volumes of surveillance material in forensic laboratories. It will also support multiple instances and multiple users more efficiently and, depending upon the number of processing paths and the number of processes running in each, this can offer huge increases in productivity.

The new system will support up to six DVI monitors, which makes it easier to set up, view and control multiple instances of Cedar Cambridge on the same host hardware, with all signal analysis, processing paths, metadata, and report generation windows comfortably laid out and visible simultaneously.

Prices remain unchanged from previous versions of Cedar Cambridge Series III, and all systems ordered from 11 January 2013 onward will be supplied to the new specification.

More: www.cedaraudio.com

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