Product announcement - CEDAR Cambridge Series IV
16 June 2015
CAMBRIDGE, UK: To meet the ever-increasing desire for greater efficiency and faster throughput, CEDAR Audio is pleased to announce CEDAR Cambridge Series IV, which comprises two new versions of its CEDAR Cambridge hardware.
An 8-core system with 16GB of RAM provides all the power of the previous Series III models, while an expanded 16-core version with 32GB of RAM will be even better suited to batch processing large bodies of audio, as well as for use in forensic laboratories that use extended chains of processor-intensive adaptive filters. Both versions will support multiple instances and multiple users more efficiently than before and, depending upon the number of processing paths and the number of processes running in each, this can lead to significant increases in productivity.
The expanded CEDAR Cambridge Series IV will (with additional video cards) support up to six DVI monitors, which makes it even easier to set up, view and control multiple instances of CEDAR Cambridge on the same host hardware, with all of their signal analysis, processing paths, metadata, and report generation windows comfortably laid out and visible simultaneously.
Availability and pricing
CEDAR Cambridge Series IV is immediately available, and the first unit has already been shipped for installation at the Australian National Film & Sound Archive in Canberra.
The price of the standard system remains unchanged. The expanded version will retail for £900 more in the UK. Elsewhere, prices for both configurations can be obtained from your local CEDAR office or dealer.
About CEDAR Cambridge
CEDAR Cambridge is widely recognised to be the most powerful and most accurate audio restoration system yet devised, and has seen a stream of improvements since its launch, including new processing modules and dramatic increases in processing power. Today, it counts the most prestigious film, TV and mastering studios among its users, but its greatest impact has been in the field of sound archives and libraries as well as security, law enforcement and air accident investigation, for which it has become a worldwide standard.
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