Matrox Successfully Complete JT-NM Testing Program

NIC cards pass for the ST 2110 standard

Matrox` X.mio5 Q25, Matrox X.mio3 IP, and Matrox DSX LE5 Q25 SMPTE ST 2110 network interface controller (NIC) cards have successfully passed the Joint Task Force on Networked Media (JT-NM) testing program for the SMPTE ST 2110 standard. The new JT-NM testing initiative is designed to provide full transparency and insight regarding key technology and vendor reference points to broadcasters evaluating and/or transitioning to IP-based infrastructures. As part of the inaugural testing program, each of the three Matrox NIC cards completed the ST 2110-20 video, ST 2110-30 audio, and ST 2110-40 ancillary tests; the Matrox X.mio3 IP card was also used as a reference device for the ST 2022-7 redundancy test.

Source: Matrox

The Matrox X.mio5 Q25 NIC card features multi-channel IP video I/O from HD to 4K—with zero CPU usage—and on-board multi-channel HDR conversions, along with motion adaptive de-interlacing, pristine scaling, and powerful compositing engines for high-density 4K video processing. Architected as a video-aware COTS SMPTE ST 2110 NIC card, Matrox X.mio5 Q25 delivers the 24/7 reliability and interoperability required of broadcast equipment, with the flexibility and scalability expected of IP infrastructures including standard network stack functionality.

The Matrox DSX LE5 Q25 SMPTE ST 2110 25 GbE NIC card provides video I/O of up to four 4K/UHDp60, 16 1080p60, 32 HD, or any equivalent combination of flows over 25 GbE—with SMPTE ST 2022-7 redundancy—ideal for IP-based, multi-channel 4K broadcast media systems. The Matrox DSX LE5 Q25 card enables broadcast OEMs to design the world’s most advanced 4K/HD- enabled broadcast graphics systems, channel-in-a-box systems, video servers, and other high- density, PC-based video equipment.

The Matrox X.mio3 IP NIC card offers multi-channel, IP-encapsulated HD and 3G video I/O for SMPTE ST 2022-6, SMPTE ST 2110, and SMPTE ST 2022-7 transport protocols. Matrox X.mio3 IP also features hardware-based packetization plus onboard de-interlacing, scaling, and compositing to free up CPU cycles, all in a half-height, half-length PCIe card.

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