11.10.2009 03:41 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Fujitsu releases IP-900 series

Fujitsu has made available the IP-900 series of compact MPEG-4 AVC encoders and decoders for efficient, real-time transmission of HD and SD content over IP networks.

The IP-900 is designed for mobile and transportable applications in newsgathering and other remote event applications. The Fujitsu IP-900 reduces the cost of transporting digital content over satellite and terrestrial links. Available now, the new IP-900E encoder and IP-900IID decoder provide low latency with best-in-class video and audio fidelity at low encoded data rates.

The Fujitsu IP-900E encoder uses advanced H.264 encoding for bandwidth-efficient, real-time transmission of digital content over IP networks. 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.



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