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Bridge raised to new heights

5 April 2011
Bridge raised to new heights

Bridge Technologies will launch a monitoring and analysis probe, VideoBRIDGE VB330, at NAB, which can deliver a 60GB monitoring capability, and is the first product to be based on Bridge Technologies’ entirely new 10GB architecture. The system’s ability to deliver 60GB monitoring is achieved due to the fact that its three blades fit into a single 1RU chassis and that each VB330 probe has two 10GB interfaces. “The launch of the VB330 at the 2011 NAB show is a notable milestone for Bridgetech,” said Simen Frostad, chairman. “The VB330 is a big advancement on the existing solutions available to the industry, and raises the bar for heavy-duty performance in the highest traffic situations. There is already a lot of demand for a probe like the VB330 and as more 10GB infrastructure comes into operation the demand will increase rapidly.” Other products on display at the show include the new VB12-RF monitoring/measurement appliance, the VB262 DUAL QAM/VSB input option card, microVB with analytics and VideoBRIDGE 4.7 software. The company will also introduce a new EC (Enhanced Chassis) for VideoBRIDGE probes. It features redundant power supplies, front-to-back airflow, six CPU-controlled high-speed fans, and high-grade cast alloy metalwork. The new chassis has been designed for NEBS-compliance and has also been engineered to accept future generations of high-power cards. Stand SU7302

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