Stagetec’s NEXUS Routing System Takes Home Emmy Engineering Award
Stagetec’s NEXUS Digital Audio Routing system has earned the Academy of Arts and Sciences’ only 2010 Emmy Engineering Award. The official announcement on www.emmys.com states that the NEXUS is “the finest, most versatile audio routing system available today.” In particular, the committee of the 62nd Emmy Awards emphasized the quality of the patented True-Match converter which ensures realistic signal conversion from the analog to the digital domain.
The prestigious Emmy® Award is presented to an individual, company or organization for developments in engineering that are either so extensive an improvement on existing methods or so innovative in nature that they materially affect the transmission, recording or reception of television.
“We are really proud and consider this award a special reward for our efforts not only in the TV broadcast market in the U.S., but also worldwide,” says Dr. Klaus-Peter Scholz, managing director of Stagetec in Berlin. “First, we are really thankful to our prominent group of developers around Dr. Helmut Jahne and Uwe Winkler. Secondly, B. Morgan Martin of our partner GMA has been instrumental in making the NEXUS such a success in the US. Our greatest thanks, however, go to our customers. For many years, they have been a key driver of innovation with their manifold requirements and have successfully managed a large number of challenges using our products and expertise. They, too, have their considerable share in this significant award.”
The NEXUS was introduced in 1994. Since then, Stagetec has continuously improved the digital audio-routing system, enhancing it with new groundbreaking interface modules. Today, several hundred installations worldwide including more than 4,500 NEXUS Base Devices are proof of the exceptional quality, robustness and versatility of the system.