At next month’s BVE 2012, Snell will show Vega, its new routing platform that allows users to configure any signal port independently for fiber and/or coax (copper), easing a mixed connectivity environment. Its design also enables any port to be configured as either an input or output, providing a flexible asymmetric routing solution within a space-saving 2RU 96-port router.
Vega uses proprietary algorithms to monitor every sub-assembly continuously and offers a full range of options for maximum redundancy: dual crosspoints, dual controllers, dual power supplies and dual fans. All are hot pluggable or replaceable. Vega is a single solution for a huge range of standard and non-standard routing applications with 50 percent more inputs and outputs than a traditional 2RU router.
Additional products on show include:
• The Sirius 830 routing switcher, which offers a compact 15RU, 288 x 288 frame, with the ability to add an additional 140 independently controllable multiviewer outputs without compromising crosspoint redundancy;
• The Kahuna 360 production switcher, which offers up to six full mix effects (M/Es), seven keyers per M/E, 120 HD/SD inputs and 64 HD/SD outputs, and a clip-store with 40 minutes SD or eight minutes HD;
• ICE playout, which delivers the full range of functionality users require while reducing overall system cost for a fully capable playout solution; and
• The new IQ Modular 3G range of fiber-optic interfacing modules, which combine electrical-to-optical conversion with critical processing functions such as video synchronizing, audio embedding and audio de-embedding.
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