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Integrated Systems Europe: Lab X Technologies Unveils 1Gig AVB Ethernet Switch, Titanium 411

Showcasing its latest technology solution for leading network system manufacturers, Lab X Technologies is introducing the Titanium 411 1GB AVB Ethernet Switch at ISE. Supporting IEEE 802.1 Audio Video Bridging standards, the Titanium 411 is specifically designed for the demanding needs of AV-networking applications.

Coupling Lab X’s AVB standards experience with ruggedized connectors, industry standard SFP- supporting long haul fiber, additional copper connections and flexible mounting options, Titanium 411 is capable of handling hundreds of AV media streams per AVB port.

Lab X’s Titanium 411 boasts four rear-mount 1GB RJ45 copper interfaces using locking EtherConTM connectors, along with an SFP slot to accommodate standard fiber modules or additional copper interfaces, and network activity LED lights on the front and back of the unit. The flexibility of Titanium 411 is broadcast through a configurable 1GB locking copper interface, which can either be mounted on a rear or front panel for easy access. The unit’s ruggedized internal power supply is connected with a locking PowerConTM connector.

“Lab X has seen a vast number of unique applications, where neither traditional high-port count IT nor consumer-grade low-port switches met demanding industry needs,? stated Lee Minich, president, Lab X. “Titanium 411 is the first Ethernet switch supporting IEEE 802.1 Audio Video Bridging standards, designed specifically for the unique, rugged requirements of AV installations.?

Titanium 411 applications include ‘flying’ mount deployments to networked line arrays and speaker clusters, fiber runs to remote networked equipment in space-constrained areas, and on-stage and FOH networking needs.

For more information, please visit Lab X Technologies at http://www.labxtechnologies.com or visit the AVnu Alliance Pavilion # 6H136. Click http://tinyurl.com/titanium411 for more information on Titanium 411.

About Lab X Technologies

Founded in 1996, Lab X Technologies, LLC is a Rochester, NY based engineering design firm recognized as a global leader in digital audio transport and network connectivity, with extensive experience in applying Audio Video Bridging (AVB), A-Net®, CobraNet, Dante™, EtherSound™, MADI and other audio networking standards.

Lab X partners with leading manufacturers to accelerate product development cycles and enable digital network interoperability by augmenting internal design teams, providing pre-engineered connectivity modules, developing innovative product concepts, and producing complete turnkey custom solutions.

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For additional information, contact: 

Seth Buchwalter

Definition Branding and Marketing

(212) 660-2555 x 20
seth.buchwalter@definitionbam.com

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