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Apr 20

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Trinix 3Gb/s router

Trinix Get ready for the future with the new Thomson Grass Valley Trinix 3 Gb/s router, which scales up to 2048 squared, and that’s with zero signal blocking. Another important feature of this router is its ability to drive longer I/O lines. Previously most 3Gb/s equipment could only drive digital video about 100m (350ft). This new router incorporates the latest Gennum chips that permit video to travel 40% farther, 140m.

Jeff Rosica said a German test lab confirmed that the Trinix router “blew away the competition”. While he couldn’t comment on the specific test lab, we’ll did it up and make it available so you can view the results yourself.

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