LG U+ has selected Media Links MD8000 Media over IP Transport technology for the delivery of content across its nationwide media network. KBS – Korean Broadcasting System will be using Media Links technology in the LG U+ network to deliver media services across the Korean peninsula.
The flexibility, reliability and agility of the MD8000 platform and technology allows LG U+ to provide real-time, low latency delivery of 4K video as well as other media services over its network backbone. In addition to KBS, these varied media services can also be utilized by other broadcasters to deliver content from source to multiple destinations and back again across the region.
Partnering with Media Links allows LG U+ to utilize an IP-based workflow for its broadcast services, providing a graceful transition from legacy SDI media environments along with several other key benefits and advantages:
- More efficient network bandwidth utilization
- Decreasing IP equipment costs
- Adaptable and scalable service offerings
- Support for evolving media resolutions, standards and formats
For this particular LG U+ expansion, close to two dozen 7RU large capacity Media Links MD8000 EX chassis will be deployed, supporting over a hundred video/audio services at resolutions up to 4K, along with a similar number of data channels.
The MD8000 media transport platform offers impeccable Quality of Service due to its robust design, supporting both equipment and network redundancy with seamless protection switching, error correction, low-latency, and bi-directional operation. The MD8000 suite of products is an adaptable solution for transporting uncompressed and compressed video of all resolutions along with audio and data. ProMD EMS network management software complements Media Links’ hardware offering by providing the ability to provision and monitor media services, manage network activity as well as detect and isolate equipment problems.
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