Artel to Show New IP Transport Solutions at IBC 2017

At IBC 2017, Artel will showcase an end-to-end hybrid IP- and fiber-based network specifically designed to address the migration from direct fiber to all IP or hybrid IP/SDI networks.

Artel will demonstrate reliable IP transport of live, broadcast-quality media with the company's modular InfinityLink and DigiLink media transport platforms. New capabilities include auto-sensing of broadcast-quality 3G-SDI, HD-SDI, SD-SDI, ASI video formats plus Ethernet traffic over IP.

Artel's IP-based solutions include 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.

Artel's IP network will feature the DLC/ILC410, DLC/ILC450 IP transport solutions for the DigiLink and InfinityLink platforms and showcase new features in the DLC/ILC450 including Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) IP interfaces enabling greater bandwidth utilization.

The company will provide an interactive demonstration of SMPTE 2022-7 Hitless Protection Switching in an IP network. Attendees will be able to create "breaks" in video transmissions between the company's InfinityLink chassis and witness delivery of uninterrupted clear video signals.

Artel and ARG are teaming up at IBC to offer attendees additional IP delivery solutions while demonstrating interoperability between Artel's InfinityLink and DigiLink platforms and ARG's Quarra and ARQ IP solutions. These include PTP Switching, SMPTE 2110 and 2059 Support with the ARG Quarra.

ARG Quarra switches are designed for audio/video broadcast, defense and security, finance, utilities, telecom and enterprise IT applications where accurate timing and control is required.

Artel's FiberLink 3500 Series transmits 4K/UHD video at up to 60 frames per second one way. Supporting nearly every type of video, audio and data signal, FiberLink products are for broadcast or corporate studios, OB vans, point-of-view cameras, rental and staging, auditoriums, stadiums and theaters and transportation hubs.

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