Fujitsu has announced the availability of its IP-900 series of compact MPEG-4 AVC encoders and decoders for efficient, real-time transmission of high-definition and standard-definition content over IP networks.
Fujitsu IP-900 (rear view)
It’s suited to mobile and transportable applications in news gathering and other remote event applications, reducing the cost of transporting digital content over satellite and terrestrial links.
Fujitsu is demonstrating the IP-900 series and video broadcast technologies at HD World (Booth #918), Oct. 14-15 in in New York.
“The ability to improve efficiency and significantly lower the cost of transporting HD or SD content from remote locations is becoming increasingly important in news gathering and live event capture, corporate communications, institutional training, defense and public safety, law enforcement, surveillance and a wide range of applications requiring high fidelity video and audio,” said Kunio Konishi, director of product management media solutions at Fujitsu Frontech North America Inc. “The Fujitsu IP-900 significantly improves operational capabilities in these applications by providing customers with a compact, light-weight, low-power consumption, transportable encoding solution that offers best-in-class performance, low latency reduced cost and operational flexibility. As the adoption of IP networking in digital video and audio content continues to increase, customers equipped with industry-leading solutions like the IP-900 will have a significant advantage over their competitors.”
The Fujitsu IP-900E encoder utilizes advanced H.264 encoding for bandwidth-efficient real-time transmission of digital content over IP networks. Powerful error correction and retransmission (FEC/ARQ) technology enables the Fujitsu IP-900 series to deliver a robust, error-free transport stream across private and public IP networks.
It’s aimed at a wide variety of remote applications, including TV newsgathering, enterprise media, corporate communications, training, safety and surveillance, and government and defense.
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