BCI Will Introduce the New 4700 Model for Long Distance Transport of High Resolution (HD 1080p) Video and Audio Over a Single Fiber at InfoComm 2006

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BCI will feature the 4700 series at the 2006 InfoComm (Information Communications Marketplace) Trade Show, at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL, on June 7-9, 2006, in Booth #423.

Broadata Communications, Inc., a world leader in the development of cutting edge optical communications and optoelectronic technologies, has announced the release of the 4700 series product. BCI will feature the 4700 series at the 2006 InfoComm (Information Communications Marketplace) Trade Show, at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL, on June 7-9, 2006, in Booth #423. The 4700 Series transports RGBHV (SXGA: 1280 X 1024 @ 60 Hz.+) or component video (Y Pb Pr / YUV), transmitted at HD resolutions (720p, 1080i, 1080p,) with built in stereo audio support over a single fiber.

BCI is proud of the new 4700 series product. The 4700 series has a unique design that includes a simple switch setting that allows the unit to be configured “on the fly” to support either RGB or component video (Y Pb Pr / YUV) at HD resolutions. The HD resolutions supported are those available from current high resolution digital signage/Cinema player sources or the new HDDVD or BlueRay DVD players that are starting to emerge in the marketplace. Additionally, support for analog stereo audio, is built into the unit and is transported over the same single fiber as the video. Optional RS-232 data support is available via an additional fiber. This fully digital product allows for complete “plug n play” transport of high-resolution video transmission for applications that include corporate presentations, digital signage, digital cinema, medical displays, simulators, and much more.

Dr. Freddie Lin, CEO and President of BCI stated, “This new product reflects state of the art design work and is a result of customer feedback and requests related to other products in the BCI portfolio. Since the 4700 series design is an uncompressed TDM based video design, in some cases pricing will be less than the existing CWDM based or compression based designs in the current marketplace. We even anticipate both pricing and performance improvements together so that there is no longer a need to sacrifice video quality for cost considerations. To my knowledge, no other manufacturer can match the feature set at our price point.”

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
InfoComm Booth #423

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