Artel Video Systems Adds InfinityLink IP-based Transport Capabilities

Artel Video Systems has announced two new members of its InfinityLink broadcast media transport solution.

Artel said the new additions include the ILC450 10G HD/SD-SDI, ASI IP Gateway & GigE Data Transport module and the ILC410 SD-SDI or ASI Two-Channel Bidirectional IP Gateway. The ILC450 and ILC410 add IP capabilities to Artel's InfinityLink platform.

The ILC450 and ILC410 address requirements to move from direct fiber to IP networks. The ILC450 supports auto-sensing of standards-based, broadcast-quality HD/SD-SDI and ASI video formats. SMPTE 2022-1/2/5/6 IP Encapsulation and optional Forward Error Correction (FEC) algorithms enable flexible configurations of the ILC450 that maximize reliable performance and minimize latency.

A 1 GigE IP interface allows end users to bridge IP data for greater bandwidth utilization of the 10G Ethernet interface. The ILC410 enables DVB-ASI and SD-SDI video to be reliably transported over IP networks. 

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