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Symetrix Solus

Symetrix introduces Solus, which couples SymNet processing with fixed input/output counts. 6/08/2011 11:49 AM Eastern

Symetrix Solus

Jun 8, 2011 3:49 PM




Symetrix Solus

Symetrix introduces Solus, which couples open-architecture SymNet processing with cost-saving fixed input/output counts for small to mid-sized installations. With the easy-to-use SymNet Designer software, integrators can either use or modify the dozens of existing Solus templates or build entirely new designs from scratch. Currently, there are two Solus hardware units that differ only in their input and output counts. Solus 4 has four mic/line (plus phantom) inputs and four outputs, whereas Solus 8 has eight mic/line (plus phantom) inputs and eight outputs. Unlike other members of the SymNet family, the Solus processors forego input/output expansion in favor of reduced cost. Each version includes Ethernet, ARC port, RS-232 port, two control inputs, and four logic outputs.
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