04.26.2007 08:00 AM
Fujitsu debuts IP-9500 HD encoder

Fujitsu Computer Products has introduced the IP-9500, a new line of video encoders/decoders that enable broadcast-quality HD video over IP and digital video broadcast (DVB) networks.

Using advanced H.264 video encoding, the IP-9500 enables live transmission of high-quality HDTV at about half the bit rate of typical MPEG-2 encoders.

The device features robust forward error correction (FEC) for exceptional rendering of decoded images on IP networks with large error rates, thus ensuring a high quality of service (QoS).

The unit offers high picture quality at low bit rates and low latency. With its compact construction and low-latency encoding mode, the IP-9500 can be used in remote sites for ENG, as well as for most contribution and distribution applications. In addition, the IP-9500 can be directly connected to the latest HDTV cameras and displays via HD-SDI and HDMI interfaces.

For more information, visit us.fujitsu.com/fcpa.

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