Riedel introduces a range of AVB hardware solutions
|Riedel Communications, manufacturer of real-time networks for video, audio and communications, unveiled a range of AVB products for the Artist digital matrix intercom platform at IBC 2011 in Amsterdam and at PLASA 2011 in London. Intercom applications for Riedel’s AVB products feature matrix-to-control panel connections via LAN, audio distribution via LAN, matrix-to-matrix trunking connections via LAN and distribution of digital partylines via LAN.|
Also showcased along MediorNet Compact at ISE 2012 in Amsterdam, the Riedel suite of AVB products includes the AVB-108 G2 Client Card as well as the Connect AVB and Connect AVBx8 panel interfaces. The AVB-108 G2 card is a regular Artist client card to be used inside the Artist mainframe. It converts eight Artist matrix ports into AVB and vice versa. The AVB-108 G2 client card communicates either with other AVB-108 G2 client cards in another Artist systems or with Riedel’s Connect AVB and Connect AVBx8 panel interfaces.
The Connect AVB Panel Interface is a small unit, which converts an AES signal into AVB and vice versa. It is designed to connect one Artist control panel in one or two-channel mode to the intercom matrix via IP-based LANs.
Connect AVBx8 is the big brother of the Connect AVB interface, converting eight AES signals to AVB and vice versa. Build in a compact 9.5”/1RU housing the device provides eight CAT5 ports to connect up to eight Artist control panels in one or two-channel mode to the matrix via IP-based LANs. Connect AVB and Connect AVBx8 are matches for Riedel’s AVB-108 G2 eight channel AVB client card.
Riedel’s AVB product line provides a real-time communication solution fulfilling the demands of professional intercom users. Based on official IEEE next generation Ethernet standards like 802.1Qav, P802.1Qat and P802.1AS, AVB allows risk-free utilization of AVB compliant facility or enterprise LAN infrastructure for intercom applications.
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