Las Vegas, Nevada, April 14, 2016 – Torque Video Systems, inventive digital television networks and video transmission solutions provider, is set to launch two new storage systems in its DVStor product line.  Dubbed the DVStor XS, these are compact units with 1 or 4 TB of gross storage.
Modeled after the Torque DVMon for its compact chassis and high performance Intel CPU, these new DVStors come preinstalled with the latest DVStor version 8 application software.  Running on a robust enterprise Linux, the new version 8 application software features improved performance and reliability for mission critical applications.  DVStor XS presents media audit, playout and other applications, that more importantly fits a lean budget.

Torque DVStor is known for its compliance recording, disaster recovery and playout  applications – providing exceptional cost performance in technically demanding environments.

Danny Wilson, Founder and CEO of Torque Video Systems said, “We continue to receive tremendous positive feedback for the DVStor from a wide range of clients, and keep on investing in new features driven by customer requests.  For example, following a successful private testing with Viacom, DVStor users can look forward to integrated support for MXF within the DVStor.”

Torque Video Systems specializes in the management of broadcast quality of service, providing cost-effective Test, Measurement and Monitoring solutions and versatile applications, enabling operators worldwide to monitor their network operations, gain insights into viewer experience, and reduce operating expenses.

Torque Video Systems exhibits at NAB 2016, booth SU13302. Demos also include DVMon (the successor to DVStation) that supports ASI, IP and Satellite Monitoring as well as DVMon DVB-S/S2 model.

The NAB Show will be held from April 18 to 21 at the Las Vegas Convention Centre, Nevada.