Broadcast media equipment manufacturer Norwia will demonstrate its miniHUB optical platform at IBC this year.
The platform is designed to let broadcasters contribute video and audio over a fully redundant ring structure and the demo will showcases Norwia’s AutoSFP technology.
Norwia CEO Tore Steen said that the miniHUB optical platform provides “all the functionality of a multicard system in just one card, striping out cost and reducing the complexity of optical signal distribution.”
The platform consists of a fully flexible optical blade with the next generation miniHUB interface and is configurable as a multiple fiber solution or a multiplexed backbone structure that provides redundancy in both main and redundant fiber paths.
The miniHUB optical platform is built around a single card that adapts to the individual function a ring structure needs. Norwia’s AutoSFP technology ensures that signal capacity can be easily added without having to worry about bandwidth calculations.
“As live content continues to increase in importance, broadcasters need solutions that meet the complex challenges of signal distribution,” said Steen, claiming that Norwia’s miniHUB solution “meets this challenge.”
Norwia will exhibit at IBC on stand 9.C19
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