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Exterity Launches IP to SDI AvediaStream Receiver R9350 at IBC 2015

The addition to Exterity’s IP video distribution product portfolio enables broadcasters, content providers and media agencies to convert IP video content into Serial Digital Interface (SDI). (September 2015)

Amsterdam RAI, 11th September 2015 - Exterity (IBC stand 14.H13), the leading provider of enterprise IP video technologies for the secure distribution of live, on-demand and recorded video over IP, today announced that it will launch the new AvediaStream Receiver r9350 at IBC 2015 (Amsterdam, 11-15 September 2015). The new Receiver has been designed to enable broadcasters, content providers and media agencies to easily convert IP video content into SDI, extending the flexibility of the robust Exterity IP distribution system.

“With increased demand for high quality broadcast content and faster time to air than ever before, broadcasters and media agencies need to know they can trust their distribution systems,” said Colin Farquhar, CEO at Exterity. “By converting IP video to SDI, we provide the broadcast and media industry with a robust and flexible solution that can be plugged into their existing infrastructure. The AvediaStream Receiver r9350 also enables the broadcast industry to easily monitor and edit content, making it perfectly suited to round the clock newsdesks and high quality footage of live events, for example.”

The new AvediaStream Receiver r9350 can receive IP video content, convert it to SDI and contribute it directly into broadcast and studio environments and monitors. It can easily be added to any broadcaster’s existing SDI monitoring equipment, facilitating the conversion of IPTV channels to SDI without requiring additional monitoring systems.

The AvediaStream Receiver also supports the transmission of outside broadcast content, which has been encoded and carried over an IP network, back to studios. Content can be converted to SDI and fed into the broadcaster’s standard SDI system, where it can be further processed by existing tools and infrastructure, providing broadcast and media specialists with more content editing capabilities.

The AvediaStream receiver r9350 will be showcased for the first time at IBC 2015, taking place on 11-15 September, 2015 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Amsterdam RAI, 11th September 2015 - Exterity (IBC stand 14.H13), the leading provider of enterprise IP video technologies for the secure distribution of live, on-demand and recorded video over IP, today announced that it will launch the new AvediaStream Receiver r9350 at IBC 2015 (Amsterdam, 11-15 September 2015). The new Receiver has been designed to enable broadcasters, content providers and media agencies to easily convert IP video content into SDI, extending the flexibility of the robust Exterity IP distribution system.
 
“With increased demand for high quality broadcast content and faster time to air than ever before, broadcasters and media agencies need to know they can trust their distribution systems,” said Colin Farquhar, CEO at Exterity. “By converting IP video to SDI, we provide the broadcast and media industry with a robust and flexible solution that can be plugged into their existing infrastructure. The AvediaStream Receiver r9350 also enables the broadcast industry to easily monitor and edit content, making it perfectly suited to round the clock newsdesks and high quality footage of live events, for example.”
 
The new AvediaStream Receiver r9350 can receive IP video content, convert it to SDI and contribute it directly into broadcast and studio environments and monitors. It can easily be added to any broadcaster’s existing SDI monitoring equipment, facilitating the conversion of IPTV channels to SDI without requiring additional monitoring systems. 
 
The AvediaStream Receiver also supports the transmission of outside broadcast content, which has been encoded and carried over an IP network, back to studios. Content can be converted to SDI and fed into the broadcaster’s standard SDI system, where it can be further processed by existing tools and infrastructure, providing broadcast and media specialists with more content editing capabilities. 
 
The AvediaStream receiver r9350 will be showcased for the first time at IBC 2015, taking place on 11-15 September, 2015 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.