Artel Video Systems To Show New Quad MultiViewer For DigiLink Platform

At the upcoming IBC Show in Amsterdam, Artel Video Systems will showcase a new Quad 3G/HD/SD-SDI multiviewer that was introduced at the NAB Show in April to considerable customer buzz. The new DLC910 multiviewer is a perfect complement to monitor signals coming from the company’s range of media transport solutions.

Making its European debut, the Artel Video DLC910 adds four-channel 3G/HD/SD-SDI multiviewer capabilities to the company's flagship DigiLink Media Transport Platform and supports a broad range of input signal formats and resolutions. With the DLC910, users can monitor the status of up to four independent video channels, and any input signal can be displayed in any multiviewer quadrant. The DLC910 features auto-detect format, audio monitoring, automatic aspect ratio output, and multiple I/O options using BNCs, optical or HDMI SFPs, or other modules in the DigiLink platform. Combined with other media transport functionality in the DLC910-Module, the DLC910 provides customers with a fully integrated solution that saves valuable rack space and requires minimal support.

Artel has also unveiled a new services and support program, called Artel Care, that supports customers in deploying, maintaining, and maximizing their investment in Artel's media transport solutions. Artel Care's Gold, Platinum, and Diamond service packages provide graduated levels of technical support, software updates, hardware repair/replacement, and other service-level commitments.

The company will exhibit its new products in stand 10.B20 of the RAI Convention Center.

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