11.28.2005 04:59 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Harris intros latest version of NetVX

The new NetVX targets operators looking for improved bandwidth efficiency, enhanced HD services, disaster recovery, event support, remote newsgathering, and IP-based video transport.

Harris has released the latest version of its multi-format encoding system, the NetVX.

The unit’s single-box design leverages packet switching for sending signals bi-directionally over ATM, IP, DS-3, fiber (OC-3), satellite and microwave networks. It also supports triple-play services.

The NetVX includes a low bit-rate SD encoder; SD statistical-multiplexing; HD functionality in a 5RU frame; IP-over-ASI operation; the ability to support audio and video file-based transport between a studio and transmitter site; and a packet-based architecture that allows simultaneous support of IP traffic, network connectivity for Internet access and corporate e-mail; faster than real time file transfer of full-motion video and audio as well as VoIP telephony between sites.

For more information, visit www.haris.com.

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