Matrox introduces ConvertIP transmitters and receivers for AVoIP networks

Matrox Video has introduced the ConvertIP Series, a family of standards-based IP devices that delivers a simple approach to SMPTE ST 2110 and IPMX-ready networks.

These devices enable pro-AV professionals to transform standard and existing infrastructures into interoperable and scalable 1 GbE, 2.5 GbE, or 10/25 GbE networks to support a range of compressed and uncompressed 4K AV-over-IP applications and workflows.

In tandem with the launch of ConvertIP is the new ConductIP signal routing software. Designed to simplify content distribution in AV networks of any size, the IPMX-ready signal routing platform features a customisable, 360-degree view of all devices and media flows to discover, monitor, and route any NMOS-enabled ST 2110 and IPMX-ready audio, video, and ancillary signal on the network.

ConvertIP transmitters and receivers are built on ST 2110, the NMOS suite of open APIs, and IPMX-ready industry-standards-based technologies, and combined with pro-AV, JPEG XS, and uncompressed codec support. This versatility allows pro-AV professionals to use existing 12G-SDI, HDMI, and HDBaseT hardware to deliver lightly compressed and uncompressed 4K AV-over-IP transport with sub-frame to zero latency performance. ConvertIP supports both copper and fibre networks, while their compact form factor and fanless design make them suitable for a variety of monitor- and rack-mount installations.? 

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