BCI Receives More Than $2 Million Dollars Supporting Audio, Video, Data Router Switch Platforms

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Broadata Communications, Inc., a leading provider of fiber optic audio/video/data (AVD) equipment, announced today that Broadata has received more than $2 million dollars in revenue since expanding their fiber optic transmission system design, specifically for AVD Router platforms.

Broadata Communications, Inc., a leading provider of fiber optic audio/video/data (AVD) equipment, announced today that Broadata has received more than $2 million dollars in revenue since expanding their fiber optic transmission system design, specifically for AVD Router platforms.

The latest model to be released is the MCP1000 Series. It is an economical, but high performance, fiber optic, media converter system for Broadcast and Multimedia audio/video/data delivery. It converts between fiber and copper interfacing for a wide variety of AVD signals (composite, S-Video, RGBHV, HDI-SDI, DVI, Hi-Fi Stereo, AES, SPDIF, RS-232/422/485, Ethernet, etc.). It is a perfect platform to supplement today’s AVD routers for “as needed” fiber/copper conversion without spending a fortune for fiber optic based AVD router platforms.

Jim Banda, as Business Development Manager, will build business partnerships, joint ventures, and strategic alliances to further grow BCI’s MCP1000 product line. Jim said, “This revenue is a key milestone in our partnership with AVD Router Switch Manufacturers, and we look forward to continued success in providing unique solutions for this market.”

Freddie Lin, President and CEO, said, “To maintain the competitiveness of the A/V/D routers, it is highly desirable to maintain an all-copper interface configuration in the A/V/D router, and offer a separate ‘A/V/D media converter’ that provides ‘as needed’ copper-to-fiber and fiber-to-copper conversion.”

Broadata Communications, Inc. (BCI) develops, manufactures, and markets leading edge, fiber optic, multimedia communication products. The company’s patented products include audio, video, and data delivery over optical fiber for advanced multimedia, broadcast, and network transmission applications. BCI’s 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.

Contact information:

Cristina Spence, Director of Business Administration

Broadata Communications, Inc.

310-530-1416, Ext. 240

800-214-0222

http://www.broadatacom.com

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