AJA Video Systems debuted the IPT-10G2-HDMI and IPT-10G2-SDI Mini-Converters, single channel IP video transmitters for bridging traditional HDMI and 3G-SDI signals to SMPTE ST 2110 for IP-based workflows. Compact, quiet and rugged, both models feature dual 10 GigE SFP+ ports for facilities relying on redundancy in critical transmission environments.
These new Mini-Converters provide a bridge from existing baseband sources to SMPTE ST 2110 infrastructure and are suited for point-of-acquisition and contribution applications, including broadcast studios, sports trucks, newsrooms, enterprise media facilities, stadiums, concerts and other live event and professional AV environments.
IPT-10G2-HDMI and IPT-10G2-SDI support uncompressed HD video and audio conversion and transmission and are the complimentary products to the previously released IPR-10G2-HDMI and IPR-10G2-SDI receivers. With this release, AJA now offers a range of HDMI and SDI, IP Mini-Converters to support SMPTE ST 2110 workflows. Both models are also fully compatible with the AJA KONA IP and AJA Io IP ST 2110 modes released with the Desktop Software v15.2.
Additional IPT-10G2-HDMI and IPT-10G2-SDI features include:
“As the industry transitions towards IP-based workflows, our customers are seeking solutions to bridge existing baseband sources with evolving SMPTE ST 2110 production environments,” said Nick Rashby, President, AJA Video Systems. “With the introduction of our newest IP Mini-Converters, we continue to provide our users with futureproof technologies to streamline and simplify workflows.”
IPT-10G2-HDMI and IPT-10G2-SDI will be available soon through AJA’s worldwide reseller network for $1295 US MSRP each.
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