Intinor Launch A New Generation Of Its RACK+ Product Series

For the first time, as many as 12 independent video feeds can be combined in a single device, to be delivered synchronously across multiple internet paths.

Intinor is widely recognised as a market leader in the delivery of high quality video over the public internet, using broadband (ethernet), cellular (3G, 4G LTE or 5G) and Ka-band satellite as required to achieve the necessary bandwidth and resilience. To achieve the quality and security goals, Intinor has developed its own transport protocol, Bifrost Reliable Transport, BRT™.

The solution is used worldwide, not least in esports content. With the constant demands for more cameras and feeds, along with higher image quality, Intinor has further developed its popular Direkt link 400 Rack+ to handle 12 inputs, which can be a mixture of SDI and NDI, and at resolutions up to 4k at 60p. The software encoders are hosted by dedicated hardware in a 2U appliance.

As well as the video feeds and associated audio, the Direkt series also supports a VPN for remote control of PTZ or for tally. The output can be streamed over a single internet connection or fed to the Intinor Heimdall which incorporates multiple cellular modems for bonded delivery and additional resilience.

Alongside the 12 SDI or NDI inputs, the Direkt router rack also supports as many as 30 IP and Netvideo inputs. This gives it unprecedented power in building remote production infrastructures, whatever the user requirement.

With up to 30 IP or Netvideo inputs, 12x SDI/NDI in or out and multiple software encoders this unit really lets you create your own workflow.

“Our customers love that we make remote production simple, practical and powerful,” said Roland Axelsson, CEO and Founder at Intinor. “With up to 30 IP or Netvideo inputs, 12 SDI or NDI in or out and multiple software encoders we now give them all the power they need. All this with the low latency and high quality for which we are known – our Swedish Army Knife of remote video connectivity just got even better!”

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