Canare Patch Bay Panel
Argosy is emphasizing its role as a one-stop source of cable, fiber and all the underlying infrastructure for new media at IBC2019.
Argosy has compiled a comprehensive range of hardware products and solutions, which can significantly ease the pain of building new systems for production, content management and delivery.
The company’s origins in cables and connectors have allowed it to set-up the clean room technology to fabricate and repair complex fiber assemblies, as well as stocking a comprehensive range of copper and fiber cables and matching connectors. It can supply pre-formed cable reels for all applications including camera fibers.
Argosy also offers a range of active hardware, from intelligent power supplies to managed switches for high-capacity IP or 12G SDI. The Canare range of 4K Ultra HD SDI cables, connectors and patch panels will be shown for the first time at IBC2019, as will the Allied Telesis range of expandable, stackable, automated ethernet switches that provide the deterministic control media installations require.
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