Australian Film & Television School Chooses Ross NK router

Louise Duffy ©RapidTVNews | 02-03-2012

The Australian Film & Television School (AFTRS) has chosen a Ross NK 96 x 96 router for its Moore Park facility in Sydney to provide central routing services across all of its studios, suites and teaching rooms.

Delivering advanced training for the film, television and radio industries for almost 40 years, AFTRS attracts students from all over Australia who are driven to create, experiment and develop their skills in all the specialist areas of the sector.

“Being able to support the Australia education market with an Australian made product is something very special to Ross Video Australia,” said Dae Choe, Director of Sales, Asia Pacific, Ross Video. “We are honored to provide a solution to the next generation of film and television enthusiasts.”

“We are excited to offer this high quality router at a competitive price point. 3Gb/s capable, scalable up to 144 x 144, and backed by Ross Video’s world renowned support and warranty service, the NK routing system will be a great fit for AFTRS” said Brad Plant, Assistant Marketing Product Manager, Gear and Routers.

“Our investment in the Ross NK Series was a logical choice as it was a natural upgrade path from our existing routing system,” Said Mr Tim Sadler, Director -Technology and Infrastructure. “Another deciding factor for AFTRS was the affordability of the NK Router, and the easy and on-time installation. I look forward to continuing our relationship with Ross Video in the future.”

“Ross’ NK Routers modularity and forward and backward compatibility capabilities truly provide our clients with valid options when it comes to expanding or upgrading,” continued Dae Choe.