The newest addition to Nevion’s Sublime family of low-power routers, the Sublime X2, is said to provide the high redundancy and processing power required of modern routers in a compact enclosure. Also on show is a new H.264/AVC compression solution that Nevion says will function as a versatile media edge adapter, providing high-quality video compression.
On the company’s stand is Nevion’s VideoIPath managed media platform, fully integrated with Nevion’s TNS transport stream monitoring and switching. VideoIPath’s evolving platform now features an improved alarm/status module and new driver structure that makes it even easier to integrate third-party solutions, according to Nevion, with the enhanced usability opening up the platform to new markets and customers for in-service monitoring, routing and transport.
Other new releases include a licensing system for Ventura VS902, VS906 and VS909 contribution codecs for IP. Additionally, reference sync and frame store have been added to the VS902-LIN and support for 3G-SDI and 1080p 50/59/60 – Level A Single Stream are part of the enhanced VS902-J2K.
The Multicon Next Generation Flashlink user interface has been revamped and is now said to offer more user friendly, fully integrated control of Flashlink modules, Flashcase, Flashlink Compact and the new Flashlink frame.