Evertz' Software Defined Video Networking has been developed as an IP-based foundation to address various trends in the industry.
At the recent NAB NY Show 2017, Evertz Microsystems showcased its latest advancements in software defined video networking (SDVN), virtualization, live media production, big data analytics, cloud-based playout, UHD/HDR technologies, compression, RF, and remote production.
With over 100 deployments globally since 2014, Evertz’ SDVN solutions, including the MAGNUM SDVN Orchestration and Control platform, feature support for the recently approved SMPTE ST 2110 and AMWA IS-04 and IS-05 standards for registration, discovery, and connection management of network devices.
Evertz also highlighted its range of 25GbE solutions, such as its new EXE-VSR16 Video Service Routing platform, and the evEDGE Software Defined Compute and Routing platform.
The company’s DreamCatcher production suite was also on display at NAB NY, demonstrated with new tools for its IP-based production platform that facilitates more efficient workflows for ever-demanding live productions.
In the area of Big Data Analytics, Evertz’ inSITE is a big data analytics engine that provides real-time centralized operational intelligence for broadcasters. At the NAB NY Show, inSITE was shown with new support for cloud-based solutions, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), where customers have the visibility to maintain high service levels.
The cloud-based Mediator-X is a modular software platform that helps automate the components of media asset management, channel playout and non-linear delivery systems.
The company’s cloud-based Mediator-X is a modular software platform that helps automate the components of media asset management (MAM), channel playout and non-linear delivery (NLD) systems from a single intuitive web-based interface. Mediator-X was demonstrated with Evertz’ software-based playout application, OvertureRT LIVE, and Evertz’ transcode and conform solution, Render-X.
For those looking to deploy UltraHD (UHD) and High Dynamic Range (HDR) solutions, from acquisition to production to playout, Evertz showed an array of solutions in quad-link 3G-SDI, 12G-SDI, and IP, enabling UHD and HDR solutions to be employed in both new and existing facilities.
Finally, Evertz showed its 3606FRS, a new media gateway for IP transport that allows for simultaneous dark fiber and IP transport for multiple signal formats including video, audio, and serial data. Evertz also showed its evREMOTE, which enables remote production capabilities to a broader range of venues, rental spaces, and mobile production trucks.
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