07.08.2008 08:00 AM
Media Links unveils 3.2Tb/s transport, switching system

Media Links has launched MDMax, a central hub for integrated transport and switching that handles all video, audio and data signals used by broadcasters.

Designed for large-scale operations, MDMax has been developed to combine all the traffic that normally flows over separate cables and networks in a single, high-capacity, reusable backbone that can be extended to reach every corner of a broadcast facility or between facilities.

The MDMax central hub offers a 3.2Tb/s — enough for 800 uncompressed HD video signals — completely configurable matrix. The MDMax allows users to expand and alter their businesses without expensive and time-consuming network infrastructure overhauls. It also provides a flexible infrastructure that can be reconfigured in seconds as transport requirements change.

For more information, visit www.medialinks.com.



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