07.24.2008 08:00 AM
Media Links to introduce 3.2Tb/s transport, switching system

Media Links will make the international debut of its MD-MAX 3.2Tb/s integrated transport and switching system during IBC2008.

Capable of handling all broadcast video, audio and data signals, MD-MAX is designed for large operations to combine all of 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 modern broadcast facility or between facilities.

Media Links also will make the European debut of the MD8000 for high-performance video, audio and data transport over a wide variety of core network infrastructures.

See Media Links at IBC Stand 3.C20, or visit www.medialinks.com.



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