Marburg-based lighting and video design company loop light, part of Faber Audiovisuals, recently purchased ten AV Stumpfl PIXERA four RS media server systems, that were specifically developed with the international rental & staging market in mind.
PIXERA four RS media servers are pre-configured to be used for particularly demanding real-time graphics applications and cross-rental scenarios. In addition to powerful processors, the AV Stumpfl systems also feature 25GbE dual network cards. This major investment makes loop light and Faber Audiovisuals the largest European provider of PIXERA four servers.
“PIXERA managed to become a major player in the international media server market in record time,” said loop light CEO Matt Finke, explaining his decision to invest in the servers. “It was also important for us to choose a platform that can support the important 25GbE standard, since we are currently in the process of adapting our complete infrastructure for media server projects accordingly.”
AV Stumpfl executive director Harry Gladow has welcomed Faber Audiovisuals’ decision to take a long-term approach with their investment: “I know that making a decision such as this doesn’t come easy and I am delighted that our platform was chosen after a period of intensive testing. It also makes me happy that the loop light team will be able to give us additional feedback for future developments, based on their many years of experience.”