The companies have joined together to provide both a legacy and software integration between the DASDEC™ Flexible Emergency Message Platform and BroadStream’s OASYS Integrated Playout Solution.

Atlanta, GA USA – April 18, 2016 – Premier automated playout specialist, BroadStream Solutions, Inc. has partnered with Digital Alert Systems (DAS) to create a full integration of EAS-Net into its flagship OASYS integrated playout platform to be demonstrated at NAB 2016 (North Hall, Booth N6315).

The full integration with EAS-Net provides another unique value to the customer by providing an IP-based communication link between the two solutions which avoids the old serial I/O and audio cabling in favor of a simple, yet flexible, networked alternative.

The EAS-Net™ protocol from DAS streamlines the integration and installation of DASDEC and OASYS with a simple network interface that enables OASYS to handle both playout and EAS alerts. EAS systems are used primarily in the United States, but a growing number of other countries are requiring emergency alert systems as a way of keeping everyone informed when an emergency of any sort has occurred.

This integration will increase broadcaster’s flexibility and improve efficiency while reducing hardware costs since the professional graphics capability is built into the OASYS Playout platform, which means stations don’t have to purchase an external CG so there are fewer pieces of hardware and the audio is managed directly and elegantly without a host of additional cables and connectors.

“We are very pleased to team with Digital Alert Systems on the integration of their EAS/CAP solution into our OASYS Integrated Playout and BEACON Streamlined Playout solutions for our US based customers”, according to Peter Wharton, Vice President Technology & Business Development, “their EAS solution provides a new level of service to US broadcasters and one we are proud to provide.”

“The sophisticated integration between the DASDEC and OASYS ensures a fast and reliable flow of alert information providing broadcasters with an highly professional package that installs and performs easily and efficiently,” said Bill Robertson, vice president of business development at Digital Alert Systems. “The high interoperability of our DASDEC system with industry-leading products, such as OASYS Integrated Playout makes it easier than ever for broadcasters to easily build reliable workflows.”

You can learn more about BroadStream Solutions at http://broadstream.com and see a live demonstration at NAB in the North Hall Booth N6315. To learn more about Digital Alert Systems visit their website at http://digitalalertsystems.com. They will also be at NAB in the North Hall Booth N3422

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Company PR contact:

Lauralyn Mustaki
Marketing Director
+1 404 327 8300 x1302
lauralyn.mustaki@broadstream.com

About BroadStream Solutions

BroadStream Solutions (www.broadstream.com) specialises in the playout of linear television channels and news playout tools for broadcasters, networks, cable, and satellite operations around the globe. BroadStream Solutions develops easy to use, software-based, modular solutions that combine automation, playout and graphics with other broadcast tools in a single integrated playout platform that is easy to configure, scales quickly and is tailored to your specific situation.

Our 25 plus years of expertise in broadcast consistently deliver flexibility, dependability, improved workflows and operational efficiency for our clients and customers around the world.

Designed to help better manage multiple formats and workflows, solutions are available in SD, HD, and IP as well as SD/HD-SDI and SDI/IP hybrid playout configurations to provide a solid migration path to future technologies, including the cloud, which makes transitioning easier.

 

About Digital Alert Systems

Digital Alert Systems is a leading innovator of next-generation Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) and Emergency Alert Systems (EAS). The company was formed in October 2003 to increase the effectiveness of emergency communications and merged with Monroe Electronics in October 2009. Based in Lyndonville, New York, Monroe Electronics provides R&D, manufacturing, sales, and customer service for the Digital Alert Systems brand. The company continues to retain its hard-earned reputation for quality, reliability, innovation, and service to valued customers around the world. More information is available at www.digitalalertsystems.com.

Digital Alert Systems Contact:

Bill Robertson

Vice President, Business Development

Tel: +1 (585) 765-1155, ext. 121

Email: bill@digitalalertsystems.com

Digital Alert Systems Agency Contact:

Joyce Cataldo

Wall Street Communications

Tel: +1 (732) 747 -646

Email: joyce@wallstcom.com