CCW 2014: Artel To Focus on DigiLink, IP Transport, and JPEG 2000 Compression
At CCW 2014, Artel Video Systems (Booth 709) will demonstrate its comprehensive solution for transporting broadcast-quality media across IP networks, direct fiber, and optical backbones. Broadcasters and service providers are rapidly transitioning to all IP-based media networks, and Artel’s DigiLink platform is designed specifically to meet their needs for reliable, high-performance, and easy-to-deploy media transport solutions. Artel simplifies the process of owning and deploying its equipment by offering off-the-shelf delivery, a 5-year warranty, free firmware upgrades, free lifetime technical support, and no hidden costs or SLAs.
JPEG 2000 Compression
With its low latency, cost-effectiveness, and high compression quality, JPEG 2000 is rapidly becoming the industry standard compression format for transporting HD-SDI over bandwidth-limited network infrastructures. In addition, new interoperability standards for formatting JPEG 2000 streams over IP increases the flexibility of JPEG 2000 for media transport. At CCW 2014, Artel will demonstrate its cost-effective, easy-to-deploy, and industry-standard JPEG 2000 compression solution.
With the advent of reliable IP networks and the development of industry transport standards such as SMPTE 2022, broadcast-quality video-over-IP is now a reality. At CCW 2014, Artel will showcase its complete set of cost-effective, reliable solutions for transporting HD-SDI, SD-SDI, and DVB-ASI over IP networks.
Integrated Signal Routing
Artel will also demonstrate DigiLink’s integrated signal routing capabilities. The ability to route video and Ethernet signals simply, reliably, and in real time within a media transport chassis eliminates the need for external video routers and Ethernet switches. DigiLink’s innovative design routes and switches media in its native format eliminating unnecessary costs and complexities, while increasing reliability and quality of service.