Torrance, CA (PRWEB) March 14, 2005
Broadata Communications, Inc. (BCI), a world leader in the development of cutting edge optical communications and optoelectronic technologies announces that it has enhanced the ScreenLinkÂ Fiber Optic Transport System. This enhancement provides the unique ability to deliver High Definition (HD) video with tri-level synchronization, as well as Standard Definition (SD) video with bi-level synchronization. Currently, there is no other product offering this tri-level sync feature. The ScreenLinkÂ now supports both the HD and SD specifications, as well as computer RGB video applications. This additional functionality provides complete support for high-level graphics cards at all output resolutions. This product development was motivated by the widespread adoption of HD video standards in the broadcast studio and digital signage marketplaces. Although the ScreenLinkÂ is designed for remote, multimedia video presentation applications, it is equally suited for any high resolution imaging applications, including medical or professional audio video.
"Recently, BCIÂs ScreenLinkÂ System was chosen by a major International Theater chain to transport uncompressed, high resolution images with audio and control functions to thousands of individual end points," remarked BCI President and CEO, Dr. Freddie Lin. "The new system provides both the quality of transmission and the modularity of features required for imaging, presentation, and signage applications, while keeping costs in line with copper based applications." Dr. Freddie Lin, added: "The marketplace has been searching for a universal solution that converges both the broadcast high definition video and computer RGB video worlds as present in applications for the Digital Signage, Digital Cinema, and Presentation Markets."
Developed by BCI to provide the highest possible quality multimedia transport, ScreenLinkÂ offers uncompressed transmission of RGB and all sync types, such as external HV, composite and ÂSync on GreenÂ, as well as the unique ability to pass tri-level sync as provided by HDTV specifications. In addition, transmission of high quality stereo audio is provided along with Ethernet for IP based system control and monitoring. This system is designed to work seamlessly with high-resolution display devices, such as plasma monitors, LCD monitors, or projectors.
Broadata Communications, Inc. (BCI) develops, manufactures and markets leading edge fiber optic, multimedia communication products. The companyÂs patented products include audio, video and data delivery over optical fiber for advanced multimedia, broadcast, and network transmission applications. BCIÂs multimedia platforms enable end-users to implement multiple applications, conventionally requiring multiple optical transceivers and fiber links, over a unified platform needing only a single optical link. For more information visit the BCI Web site at http://www.broadatacom.com or call 800-214-0222.
Cristina Spence, Director of Business Administration
Broadata Communications, Inc.
310-530-1416, Ext 240
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