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TMCNet:  Miranda to launch NVISION 8500 IP Gateway []

[March 19, 2014]

Miranda to launch NVISION 8500 IP Gateway []

( Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Miranda Technologies, a provider of integrated solutions for production, playout and delivery systems for broadcasters, will launch its new NVISION 8500 baseband IP Gateway cards at NAB 2014.

The company said that the introduction of these input/output cards is "a major step forward" in providing technology for broadcasters to future proof their facilities as they look to transition from SDI to IP infrastructures.

The NVISION 8500 IP Gateway converts and "packetises" real-time, uncompressed, baseband video using SMPTE 2022-6 for transport over 10 GbE Ethernet networks. Once SDI signals are packetised, they can easily be distributed rack-to-rack, truck-to-truck, between floors of a facility and even between buildings or campuses, over IP networks. All signals support frame accurate switching for use in live production environments. For additional efficiency, several uncompressed SDI signals fit into a single IP stream, reducing cabling when used for tielines between routers.

The hybrid-class - audio and video - cards can run in any NVISION 8500 hybrid router. Miranda confirmed that any existing NVISION 8500 router can be upgraded to support them, so current NVISION 8500 owners will not be required to purchase new frames to benefit from this new capability.

Easily installed 10GbE Ethernet tielines between core and production island routers enable any IP Gateway-equipped NVISION 8500 router to power a straightforward transformation to high speed networking for data and content transport. It provides broadcasters the flexibility to easily adapt and keep pace with the changes in communications standards and requirements.

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