ST 2110 NIC Cards


SMPTE ST 2110 Network Interface Controller (NIC) Cards

Matrox ST 2110 network adapters offer a comprehensive ST 2110 solution to build reliable and scalable COTS based 10GE and 25Ge IP solutions. Matrox ST 2110 NICs offload all packet processing required for ST 2110-20, ST 2110-30, ST 2110-31 and ST 2110-40, as well as ST 2022-7 redundancy, to free up system resources. Matrox ST 2110 NICs are architected for universal compatibility by providing narrow senders (Type N) -- paced in hardware according to ST 2110-21-- as well as providing line rate capture for wide asynchronous receivers. The ST 2110 IO cards also integrate hardware based PTP allowing for ST 2059-2 accuracy in the nanosecond range -- eliminating network jitter associated with software based IP solutions. The ST 2110 IO cards also provide built in support for NMOS Device Registration and Discovery (IS-04) and for NMOS Device Connection Management (IS-05) allowing for seamless deployment in ST 2110 environments. Matrox ST 2110 NICs are guaranteed to provide a smooth transition to ST 2110 with no hassle.

 



ST 2110 Network Cards with Hardware Processing

ST 2110 network card for IP workflows from HD to 4K

Matrox X.mio5 Q25 SMPTE ST 2110 network interface controller (NIC) card provides 25Ge and 10Ge interfaces for multi-channel IP video input/otput from HD to 4K, with zero CPU usage. The X.mio5 Q25 card features on-board multi-channel HDR conversions along with motion adaptive de-interlacing, pristine scaling, and powerful compositing engines for high-density 4K video processing.

Matrox X.mio5 Q25 ST 2110 NIC 25Gbe and 10Gbe card

Matrox X.mio5 Q25

ST 2110 quad 25 Gbe network adapter for IP workflows from HD to 4K.

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Multi-channel video I/O over 10 GbE plus onboard video processing

Matrox X.mio3 IP offers multi-channel, IP-encapsulated HD and 3G video input/output for SMPTE ST 2022-6, SMPTE ST 2110, and SMPTE ST 2022-7 transport protocols with hardware based packetization, plus onboard de-interlacing, scaling and compositing to free up CPU cycles, all packed into a single half-height, half-length PCIe card.

Matrox X.mio3 IP

Matrox X.mio3 IP

Offers multi-channel video I/O over 10 Ge plus onboard video processing.

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ST 2110 Network Cards

Multi-channel video I/O over 10 GbE

Matrox DSX LE4 IP offers multi-channel, IP-encapsulated HD and 3G video input/output for SMPTE ST 2022-6, SMPTE ST 2110, and SMPTE ST 2022-7 transport protocols with hardware based packetization, packed into a single half-height, half-length PCIe card.

Matrox DSX LE4 IP

Matrox DSX LE4 IP

Multi-channel video I/O over 10 Ge.

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Videos

Matrox commitment to the transition to ST 2110 with the X.mio5 Q25 NIC card in action at the NAB 2018 AIMS IP Showcase

Video length: 2min 50s

Jean Lapierre, Matrox Video's Senior Director of Software Engineering, explains how through packetization ST 2110 allows the flexibility of putting different video formats on the network. In this demonstration, at the NAB 2018 AIMS IP Showcase, the X.mio5 Q25 delivers beautiful ST 2110 Ultra HD video using a standard PC running windows. ST 2110 offers the capacity to build a system based on COTS hardware. The zero CPU usage produces higher video density and not being constrained to working with a reciever that supports a wide profile transmitter provide universal reciever compatibility.


Industry Recognition

InBroadcast

Bridging the Gap Between Software and SMPTE ST 2110

InBroadcast
By Jay Ankeney
October 2018
“Since it is increasingly important for producers to do more with less, I hear all the time they want to move toward using COTS (Common Off-the-Shelf) equipment,” Jean Lapierre, senior director of software engineering at Matrox Graphics told the 9:30 AM Wednesday morning audience in the Sacramento Room of the Westin Hotel during the SMPTE 2018 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition. “For me, that basically amounts to using a computer, adding a graphics card and some software, and you can build a playout server. The issue, however, is the SDI infrastructure.”

Read more on how IP offers the hope of cutting the cost of production if you move the signal around using inexpensive equipment

 

 

TVTechnology

SMPTE Session Puts ST 2110, 2059 Networking Into Perspective

TVTechnology
By Phil Kurz
October 2018
LOS ANGELES—One oft-touted advantage of transitioning from SDI baseband video to an IP equivalent is the ability to use common off-the-shelf (COTS) computer hardware to replace specialty video equipment.

The idea is that the economies of scale the computer industry brings to the table are so far superior to anything the M&E industry can muster, which should make it easier for broadcasters and others to adopt IP-based workflows.

Read more on how Matrox senior engineer explains why a NIC with onbaord SMPTE IP support makes sense

 

 

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