In 2014, the Newhouse School at Syracuse University celebrated the opening of the Newhouse Studio and Innovation Center, part of an $18 million renovation of Newhouse 2. The space provides the school with a cutting-edge media facility that gives students the best possible preparation for careers in the communications industry. (newhouse.syr.edu)

In 2017 Unity Systems Integration was awarded the contract to provide a full turnkey broadcast workflow solution to Syracuse University as they moved to increase their content output following a new deal with the ESPN ACC Television Network. To scale the capabilities of the existing system and provide the functionality to broadcast sporting events from any of 6 different remote venues on campus via the newly built Newhouse control room. UnitySI was instrumental in:

· Planning and execution of a full EVERTZ EQX core router expansion

· Replacing the old replay system with a new dual-operator EVERTZ DreamCatcher

· Upgrading the core audio router with a Lawo Ravenna IP audio solution

· Designing and integrating an end-to-end solution for transporting all necessary broadcast signals from each venue back to the control room via fibre. The venue components of this solution were built around a the Lawo Vpro8/Amic8 and packaged into a portable flypack

For further information and reference, please see the following articles:

https://www.sportsvideo.org/2017/11/14/syracuse-university-athletics-department-newhouse-school-expands-facilities-with-lawo

https://www.thebroadcastbridge.com/content/entry/10043/lawo-helps-syracuse-university-connect-multiple-venues-via-ip-to-reduce-pro

https://www.tvtechnology.com/news/syracuse-students-study-up-on-lawo-equipment

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