Artel Video InfinityLink IL6000
Artel Video Systems has launched InfinityLink, an integrated and scalable media transport system designed for broadcast-quality applications.
Artel said InfinityLink allows end users to design and manage video, audio and data transport systems from studio to studio or from remote site to network operations center. The product is easy-to-deploy and designed for broadcasters, sports, higher education, government and houses of worship.
At IBC, the first InfinityLink product, the IL6000, a space-saving 1RU chassis featuring 20 x 20 3G routing and Ethernet switching capabilities, will be introduced. The IL6000 includes on-board chassis management, enabling users to monitor, configure and upgrade chassis and function module firmware.
“We have developed the InfinityLink product line to meet the emergence of new workflows and the evolution of their networks. The InfinityLink product line complements Artel's DigiLink media transport platform and FiberLink fiber-optic transmission products, providing a scalable, cost-efficient, and reliable solution for broadcasters and other markets."Mike Rizzo, Artel’s president and CEO
At IBC, Artel will demonstrate the capabilities of InfinityLink and interoperability with the DigiLink and FiberLink products lines.
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