Riedel Communications will present MediorNet – described as the cost-effective entry into the Riedel MediorNet world of integrated media signal distribution and processing – at BVE 2012.
MediorNet Compact is said to provide the flexibility of a true real-time media network, including integrated signal processing, at the cost of simple multiplexing point-to-point products. With a network bandwidth of 50 Gbit/s MediorNet Compact provides sufficient capacity for bi-directional transport of 12 HD-SDI signals, dozens of MADI streams and hundreds of audio channels.
Also on display will be Riedel’s AVB product line, designed to provide a real-time solution for professional intercom users. The Riedel suite of AVB products includes the AVB-108 G2 Client, the Connect AVB and Connect AVBx8 panel interfaces. They offer intercom applications over LAN infrastructures such as matrix-to-control panel connections, audio distribution, matrix-to-matrix trunking connections or distribution of digital partylines.
Riedel will also highlight the RiLink solution, a global fibre service for long-distance HD video, audio and data transport. Based on Riedel’s own global backbone, the RiLink Global Fiber Service provides bidirectional links between distant locations, allowing not only the transport of 3G/HD/SD-SDI broadcast signals, but also return video feeds, full-duplex communications, VoIP telephony and IP data.