Matrox SMPTE ST 2110 Network Interface Controller Cards Enable Media Servers to Deliver Multiple Channels of Uncompressed Video Over IP for Truly Immersive Entertainment Experiences
MONTREAL, Quebec — June 7, 2018 —Matrox® Video and 7thSense Design are pleased to announce the integration of Matrox SMPTE ST 2110 network interface controller (NIC) cards within the 7thSense range of Delta Media Servers. Using Matrox network cards, it is now possible to support multi-channel IP inputs and outputs of uncompressed video over IP. The market-leading 7thSense Proton, Nucleus, and Infinity Media Server product lines under the Delta portfolio, all support video over IP using SMPTE ST 2110 and ST 2022-6 standards, and are ideal for projection-mapping for prestige live events, plus full projection domes for planetaria, theme park dark rides, visitor attractions, and more.
In parallel to some of the changes happening in live broadcast production, IT infrastructures are replacing traditional video connectivity such as SDI, HDMI®, and DisplayPort™ in a variety of AV applications, bringing new, creative ways to address high-channel-density projects. Matrox DSX LE4 IP NIC cards offer multiple HD channels of video I/O over 10GbE, while the next-generation Matrox X.mio Q25 SMPTE ST 2110 network cards will further enhance these density capabilities, supporting resolutions up to 4K with the 10GbE solution and up to four 4K/UHD on the 25GbE option.