Providers of routers and switchers, Utah Scientific, will showcase 4K and Ethernet infrastructure solutions from Axon Digital Design at NAB.
Providers of routers and switchers, Utah Scientific, will showcase 4K and Ethernet infrastructure solutions from Axon Digital Design at NAB (SL6324).
As the US distributor for a range of Axon products and production tools, the team will demonstrate integration between Axon, Utah and other broadcast manufacturers.
The team will demonstrate the Cerebrum control and monitoring system and its integration with Utahs S2022 IP router, which delivers SDI (including UHD) and S2022 content, in compliance with the AIMS roadmap for the transition to IP operations.
Axons new SynView Multiviewer solution, the company claims, is capable of handling both 4K and IP video formats.
SynView is suited for a wide range of applications and from small to large monitoring walls. In line with Axons strategy to remain format-agnostic, SynView can reportedly support any video transport mechanism the industry chooses to adopt. Two basic models are available, each in two versions (SDI I/O or Ethernet I/O). These versions can be mixed and matched to build a hybrid multiviewer with up to hundreds of inputs, the company claims, and eight 1080p heads (on SDI) or two heads with UHD resolution. The system can scale, position, de-embed, overlay and process eight video channels.
Visitors to NAB will also be able to see Axons portfolio as part of partner IP interoperability showcases. Arista Networks will demonstrate Axons IP signal processing, multiview and control and monitoring solutions on their booth SL12105. The SynView multiviewer, IP bridge (NIO440) and Cerebrum control and monitoring will be featured in the AIMS IP interoperability demonstration (booth C12634).