Nevion will be showing its media transport solutions for video over IP, optical networks and digital terrestrial television at BVE. Innovations demonstrated include broadcast infrastructure for remote production, compression solutions, and managed media services platform VideoIPath.
Nevion’s new broadcast system is based on mixed IP, optical and/or electrical distributed routing allowing use of any infrastructure resource. It encompasses Nevion’s Sublime optical routing solutions, Flashlink Compact II optical conversion, and extensive IP infrastructure through the Ventura transport platform and Nevion’s JPEG 2000 video gateway.
The VideoIPath managed media transport platform supports the complete range of Nevion products including the Video Gateway series for IP transport and nSure monitoring and switching products. It also now supports advanced security features, protecting network resources through authentication, authorisation and privacy mechanisms.
The company’s new TNS4200 high-density media monitoring probe provides continuous monitoring of up to several hundred transport streams. It features numerous ASI and IP inputs within its 1RU frame, and is designed for video-centric network monitoring.
Nevion’s latest digital terrestrial solutions encompass new SFN capabilities, improved spectrum utilisation and DAB/FM distribution to transmitters. Now backed by the complete portfolio from T-VIPS, Nevion’s DVB-T/T2 solutions aim to simplify day-to-day operations, reduce costs, and help service providers and broadcasters take advantage of new revenue streams.
There will also be a wide range of compression solutions on show for professional video transport applications, including H.264/MPEG-4 AVCi, MPEG-2 and JPEG 2000.