Evertz Majors On SDVN

Evertz is demonstrating its latest advancements in Software Defined Video Networking (SDVN), File Based Media Processing and UHD HDR production at NAB.

With over 100 global deployments since 2014, Evertz claims to lead the industry transition to IP with its SDVN IP based solutions. Its solutions support SMPTE ST 2110 and AMWA IS-04 and IS-05 for registration, discovery, and connection management of network devices.

“Evertz is committed to offering comprehensive support of emerging industry standards including SMPTE ST 2110 and AMWA IS-04 and IS-05,” said Fernando Solanes, Director of Solutions Engineering. “Evertz’ ongoing mission is to meet the evolving requirements of our customers, and with our SDVN solutions, we are enabling our customers with the tools they need as they transition their facilities to IP.”

The company will be showcasing the latest innovations of VUE, Evertz’ Operations and Control solution which, when combined with MAGNUM SDVN Orchestration, “streamlines operational workflows and bridges all the major components of an IP infrastructure under a single point of unified facility control.”

Evertz will highlight its file based solutions for linear and VOD workflows. Mediator-X, OvertureRT-LIVE and Render-X will be highlighted “as virtualized, cost-effective, secure and scalable asset management and playout solutions for both public and private cloud environments”.

The firm will also highlight its orchestration engine in Mediator-X, through demonstrations with a number of third party content validation tools, object based storage solutions and platform environment solutions, as well as showcasing OvertureRT-LIVE HDR playout solutions.

In terms of video delivery platforms, at NAB Evertz will show off the 570ITXE on-ramp IP gateway “which is capable of receiving/decoding, normalizing, and performing multiple encodes of incoming streams.” Evertz says it will also highlight its MediaFlow Agile transport stream manipulation platform. MediaFlow is said to feature “innovative” IP domain transport stream normalization and processing “which reduces operational costs and simplifies workflows.”

When it comes to UHD and HDR, Evertz says it’s the only manufacturer to offer complete solutions in quad-link 3G-SDI, 12G-SDI, and IP, enabling UHD (with HDR) solutions in both new and existing facilities. Evertz will showcase its latest UHD and HDR solutions for routing, distribution, conversion, multiviewers and HDR/SDR conversion.

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