Embrionix emSFP SMPTE ST2110 IP-to-SDI gateway provides a clean switch option.
Embrionix announces the shipping of its miniaturized emSFP SMPTE ST2110 IP-to-SDI gateways with clean and quiet switching.
Embrionix offers a range of products to handle the required SDI-to-IP interfaces facilities need to begin the transition to IP-centric solutions. These solutions help solve the connections issues that arise when interfacing with surrounding source and destination media devices that are not yet IP native. The new patent-pending technology provides smooth switching of any IP signal between sources for a stable viewing experience
Embrionix emSFP-gateways are based on a small form factor (SFP+/ SFP28) that can be installed directly inside a standard 10GE or 25GE IP switch ̶ or within the Embrionix 25GE emMODULAR aggregation frame. This solution provides a direct interface to 1GE, 10GE, 25GE and 100GE networks, which can simplify the gradual transition to IP. Modules can be interchanged to provide the needed mix of I/O connectivity and processing. .
“This low-footprint clean switch illustrates our commitment to developing technologies that empower a sustainable move to IP,” said Renaud Lavoie, Embrionix president and co-founder. “Our software-defined emSFPs can be repurposed at any time to serve our customers’ needs as a processor, up/down/cross converter, multiviewer, frame sync or clean and quiet switch ̶ all within the same compact frame.”
The company will demonstrate these software-defined emSFPs at IBC 2018, Hall 8, Stand B.37.
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