Nevion and Artel complete successful interoperability testing at NAB 2013

Confirm compliance with SMPTE standard for uncompressed video over IP/Ethernet

NAB, booth # SU3117 April 10, 2013 Nevion and Artel Video Systems , leaders in broadcast video and media transport, today announced the successful completion of interoperability testing to ensure the compatibility of their equipment for transporting video signals over IP networks. The successful tests, carried out at the 2013 NAB Show, confirmed compliance with SMPTE 2022-6 High Bit Rate Media Transport, the standard for uncompressed video encapsulation over IP/Ethernet.

Tests included the interconnection of Nevion’s Ventura and Artel Video Systems’ DigiLink platforms, confirming the ability to reconstruct each other’s IP encapsulated SMPTE 292M HD-SDI signal. “The future of media transport over IP depends on seamless interoperability between platforms,” said Eugene Keane, CTO, Nevion. “Today’s successful interoperability test demonstrates the commitment of Nevion, Artel, and others in the industry in delivering interoperable systems based on published standards.”

The tests represent a follow up to the interoperability testing carried out in February at VidTrans 2013 in Marina Del Rey, California. At VidTrans, Nevion and three additional members of the Video Services Forum came together for a multi-system test over four days to ensure compliance and interoperability to SMPTE 2022-5 and SMPTE 2022-6.

Nevion is demonstrating its media transport solutions at the 2013 NAB Show, booth SU3117.

About Nevion

Building on a heritage of innovation and pioneering firsts, Nevion is a leader in media transport - from the camera to the home. A result of two industry-leading companies - Nevion and T-VIPS - coming together in late 2012, Nevion's approach to innovation is driving the convergence of broadcast, IT and telecoms technologies.

Through long-term strategic relationships with partners and customers, Nevion delivers content for major sporting and live TV events worldwide. Some of the world’s largest media networks are built on Nevion technologies - including AT&T, Arqiva, BBC, BT, CCTV, EBU, TDF, Telefonica, Telenor and NASA.

Nevion fully manages all network types - from legacy infrastructure upgrades to entirely new digital systems - with intelligence, automation and security built-in, helping customers monetise content, save resources, and open doors to new revenue streams.   

Nevion’s world headquarters are in Norway with Americas headquarters in California. Nevion also maintains offices in the UK, Dubai, Beijing and Singapore. For more information please visit www.nevion.com .

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About Us

Building on a heritage of innovation and pioneering firsts, Nevion is a leader in media transport - from the camera to the home. A result of two industry-leading companies - Nevion and T-VIPS - coming together in late 2012, Nevion's approach to innovation is driving the convergence of broadcast, IT and telecoms technologies. Through long-term strategic relationships with partners and customers, Nevion delivers content for major sporting and live TV events worldwide. Some of the world’s largest media and broadcast networks are built on Nevion technologies - including AT&T, Arqiva, BBC, BT, CCTV, EBU, TDF, Telefonica, Telenor and NASA. Nevion fully manages all network types - from legacy infrastructure upgrades to entirely new digital systems - with intelligence, automation and security built-in, helping customers monetize content, save resources, and open doors to new revenue streams. Nevion’s world headquarters are in Norway with its Americas headquarters in California. Nevion also maintains offices in the UK, Dubai, Beijing and Singapore. For more information please visit www.nevion.com.

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