Artel Video Systems DigiLink Media Transport Platform
At IBC2016, Artel Video Systems showcased its DLC450 IP Gateway for transport of HD, SD, ASI, and GigE signals over 10G Ethernet networks. The DLC450 expands IP support for Artel’s flagship DigiLink Media Transport Platform.
Designed specifically to address customers' growing requirements as they migrate from direct fiber to IP networks, Artel's DLC450 supports auto-sensing of standards-based, broadcast-quality HD-SDI, SD-SDI, and ASI video formats.
Integrated seamlessly within the DigiLink platform, the DLC450 utilizes SMPTE 2022-1/2/5/6 IP Encapsulation and optional Forward Error Correction (FEC) algorithms for flexible configurations that maximize reliable performance and minimize latency. Also, a 1 GigE IP interface allows end users to bridge IP data for greater bandwidth utilization of the 10G Ethernet interface.
"The broadcast industry is quickly migrating to IP-based systems, and customers managing complex workflows need video, audio, and data transport solutions that support multiple formats and technologies. To address the multifaceted requirements of this growing market, Artel enhanced the DLC450 to provide greater flexibility and bandwidth efficiency to ensure reliable video and data transport over IP networks.”— Mike Rizzo, President, Artel Video Systems
Artel Video Systems highlighted the DLC450 and other DigiLink solutions for the first time at the IBC2016, and participated in the Video Services Forum's Interop at the show.
Artel also introduced a new line of broadcast-quality media transport solutions to complement its DigiLink and FiberLink offerings.
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