Matrox introduces ConvertIP transmitters and receivers

Matrox Video introduces ConvertIP Series, a new family of standards-based IP devices that delivers an approach to SMPTE ST 2110 and IPMX-ready networks. These devices enable broadcast and Pro AV professionals to transform standard and existing infrastructures into interoperable and scalable 1 GbE, 2.5 GbE, or 10/25 GbE networks to support a wide range of compressed and uncompressed 4K AV-over-IP applications and workflows.

Source: Matrox Video

In tandem with the launch of ConvertIP is the new ConductIP signal routing software. Designed to simplify content distribution in AV networks of any size, the industry's first IPMX-ready signal routing platform features a customizable, 360-degree view of all devices and media flows to discover, monitor, and route any NMOS-enabled ST 2110 and IPMX-ready audio, video, and ancillary signal on the network.

ConvertIP transmitters and receivers are built on ST 2110, the NMOS suite of open APIs, and IPMX-ready industry-standards-based technologies, and combined with Pro AV, JPEG XS, and uncompressed codec support, make them the most flexible and interoperable IP devices in the market today. This versatility allows broadcast and Pro AV professionals to use existing 12G-SDI, HDMI, and HDBaseT hardware to deliver lightly compressed and uncompressed 4K AV-over-IP transport with sub-frame to zero latency performance. ConvertIP supports both copper and fiber networks, while their compact form factor and fanless design make them ideal for a variety of monitor- and rack-mount installations.






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