Axia iQs - Telos Alliance AE-1000 Factory Preconfigured

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The AE-1000 provides base hardware for the Axia iQs mixing console. Please note that this is for hardware only, and requires the separate purchase of relevant licenses for the required channels - more details here.

iQs Features


  • Browser-based (HTML-5) and therefore accessible from any device (Windows, Mac, Tablet, Smartphone).


  • Standards-based console supports AES67 and SMPTE ST-2110-30; works with any AES67, Livewire+ AES67, or Livewire® source.

  • Assign any AoIP source to any channel, like having more than 16 million patch points!

Easy to Use

  • Familiar console interface in a software format allows users to get up and running fast, on any HTML-5 device!

  • Smooth handoff from one operator to the next, even in remote locations.

  • Use iQs with Axia Pathfinder (not included) to easily route, monitor, and control AoIP sources.

Broadcast Ready

  • 3 dedicated stereo Program busses, plus a stereo Utility bus that can be used for phone calls, off-air recording, or as a fourth Program bus.

  • Automatic mix-minus on each fader, plus talkback functions.

  • Automix automatically balances levels of on-air-microphones when more than one mic is open at a time in a studio.

  • Off-Air Record Mode Trigger.

  • Studio and Control Room monitor controls.

  • 24 built-in stereo three-band EQs.

  • Channel-input confidence meters assure the operator of audio presence before taking sources to air.

  • Profile context-sensitive Soft key can be used to activate talkback, start delivery system events, or perform other special functions.

  • Stereo PFL ("cue") functions for every fader with a unique interlock system for the fast cueing of multiple sources.

  • Reconfigurable CR monitor section with direct selection of 4 program busses and re-assignable buttons that allow instant monitoring of external sources.

  • Additional monitor section provides separate monitor volume, source selection, and talkback controls for an associated studio.

  • Flexible built-in mix-minus and talkback system lets operators talk to phone/codec sources, each with an associated, automatically created backfeed mix-minus.

  • Precision event timer can be operated manually or triggered by starting preselected sources.

  • Unlimited Source Profiles with four quick-recall snapshots (show profiles).

  • Auxiliary “V-Mix” remotely controllable 5-input virtual mixer, for whatever extra audio needs you may have.


AE-1000 Inputs/Output

  • AE-1000 supports a single instance of iQs, which will accommodate up to 24 faders. Start with the base 4-fader module, add faders in increments of 4 up to 24, each with instant access to any AoIP source.

  • 34 inputs x 24 outputs total, all AoIP, including four main stereo program bus outputs, plus bus outputs for Record, Phone, CR Monitor, CR Monitor Direct, CR Headphones, Preview, Talkback to CR, Talkback to External, Studio Guest HP, Studio Monitor, Studio Talent HP.

  • Automatic mix-minus provided for any source input.

  • 2 network ports, 1 for a link to the AoIP network and 1 for a local xNode or other network device.

  • Fanless

  • PoE or DC 12 volt

AE-1000 Dimensions

  • 1RU

  • Unit weight: 6 lbs

  • Shipping weight: 8 lbs

  • W:~482.6mm, L:~88mm, H: ~43mm

  • Shipping dimension = 20L x 9W x 6H inches

Minimum Requirements for iQs Docker Deployment

  • Server-class multi-core CPU(s), 2.0Ghz minimum

  • Memory: 1GB of RAM per each iQs, minimum

  • Docker hosting platform: Docker Engine on Linux (Ubuntu 18.04 LTS) server.

  • Number of server CPU cores required for iQs instances with 24 fader channels

    • For up to 3 iQs instances in the server: one reserved core for each iQs, plus one core system base.

    • For 3 up to 8 iQs instances in the server: one reserved core for each iQs, plus 2 system cores.

    • For more than 8 iQs instances in the server: one reserved core for each iQs, plus 3 system base cores.* 

  • For smaller iQs instances with up to 12 faders, two iQs instances can be run per each reserved core.  

    • For up to 6 small iQs instances: one reserved core for each two small iQs, plus one core system base. 

    • For 8 up to 16 small iQs instances: one reserved core for each two small iQs, plus 2 cores system base

    • For more than 16 small iQs instances in the server: one reserved core for each two iQs, plus 3 cores system base.*