Riedel Adopts IntoPIX TICO-XS

Riedel’s MediorNet MuoN and FusioN will transmit using JPEG-XS solution from IntoPix.

The JPEG-XS standard was co-created by intoPIX to accelerate the transition to professional media over managed IP networks. It enables live production workflows to move from traditional SDI to networked IP and target COTS equipment. According to IntoPix, compared to uncompressed video, JPEG-XS will generate cost savings, allow greater network scalability, simplify connectivity and facilitate the capability to increase quality with no impact on latency.

Riedel will deliver a new range of JPEG-XS-enabled SFPs and processing hubs for ST 2110 live production.

“For broadcasters who want to create full IP workflows and truly replace uncompressed video and SDI, intoPIX JPEG-XS is an outstanding solution enabling to transmit video without losing image quality, with less than 1 millisecond of latency. This intoPIX technology enabled us to achieve a true breakthrough with our MuoN devices: with 64 JPEG-XS encoders per RU, our solutions now boast the highest density on the market” said Renaud Lavoie, MD at Riedel Montreal.

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