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AptoVision announces new BlueRiver 200 technology for Ultra-HD video extension

AptoVision announces new BlueRiver 200 technology for Ultra-HD video extension

Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Canada – June 3rd, 2013 – AptoVision, a Montreal-based technology company, today announced its new FPGA-based BlueRiver 200 chipset. Pushing the envelope on multi-media connectivity between AV sources and remote displays, the BlueRiver 200 chipset is the first and only technology in the world capable of simultaneously transmitting uncompressed Ultra-HD (4K) video, 32 channels of audio, Gigabit Ethernet, 480 Mb/s USB 2.0i and other control signals on a single optical cable at up to 30 KM.

Incorporating AptoVision’s BlueRiver Engine, Adaptive Clock Resynchronization and Channel Coder technology into off-the-shelf programmable FPGAs and utilizing off-the-shelf SFP+ transceivers, the BlueRiver 200 technology provides unprecedented transmission performance while reducing costs and eliminating reliance on proprietary components.

“We are extremely excited to be the first to market with a technology that practically eliminates the bandwidth and distance limitations for all the key signal types used in the AV and KVM industry,” said Kamran Ahmed, CEO and co-founder of AptoVision. “With the BlueRiver 200, AptoVision has once again proven that its unique BlueRiver technology and FPGA-based architecture is scalable to accommodate the ever increasing bandwidth requirements of video, Ethernet and USB connectivity.”

Sampling now, the BlueRiver 200 chipset can easily be integrated into OEM designs for AV and KVM extenders, distribution amplifiers and matrix routers. “Ready to manufacture” reference designs for AV extenders based on the BlueRiver 200 chipset are also available.

About AptoVision Technology

BlueRiver Engine: AptoVision’s proprietary AV signal distribution and processing engine implemented on off-the-shelf FPGA and optics technology for cost effective and scalable fiber-optic transmission.

Adaptive Clock Resynchronization (ACR) Technology: Unique technology that allows synchronous, zero-frame latency transmission of video over low-cost, off-the-shelf networking optics.

BlueRiver Channel Coder: A highly efficient channel coder that combines and streams multiple signal types onto a single bandwidth-optimized fiber-optic channel.

About AptoVision

A Privately held company based out of Montreal, AptoVision is redefining the AV signal processing & distribution platform through its BlueRiver™ technology and FPGA-based chipsets. Integrating unique IP, the BlueRiver™ platform delivers 50% to 80% reduction in system costs & up to 10x performance gains over comparable solutions. The platform also enables the only products in the world which scale with current & evolving AV signal distribution requirements for ultra-high definition & ultra-high bandwidth video, multi-format support, multi-video transmission, & advanced pixel processing. (www.aptovision.com)

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Contact: Kamran Ahmed
+1-514-908-9768
marketing@aptovision.com

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AptoVision announces licensable technology for audio-video extension over fiber-optic cabling

 

 

 

Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Canada – June 6th, 2012 – AptoVision, a Montreal-based technology company, today announced its BlueRiver™ 100 technology. Available as licensable IP with reference designs for turnkey manufacturing, the BlueRiver 100 enables a plug & play, point-to-point, fiber-optic extender or link for extending hi-definition video, audio, IR, Ethernet and RS-232 signals over standard fiber-optic cabling.

Incorporating AptoVision’s BlueRiver Engine, ACR and Channel Coder technology, the BlueRiver 100 delivers world class performance and reliability using off-the-shelf, inexpensive components. The resulting bill of materials (BOM) is a fraction of the cost of products using custom fiber-optic transceivers typically used for AV extension. AptoVision’s unique licensing model and reliance on off-the-shelf components allows customers to maintain full control over manufacturing, production quality and supply chain. A compatible data I/O interface with HDBaseT™/Valens™ architectures allows ease of integration into existing Cat-x product designs to enable fiber support with minimum effort.

AptoVision technology is available to OEMs of signal distribution equipment allowing them to manufacture directly from AptoVision’s reference designs or for integration into their own signal distribution products such as AV transmitters, receivers, distribution amplifiers and matrix routers.

BlueRiver Engine: AptoVision’s proprietary AV signal distribution and processing engine implemented on an FPGA for cost effective fiber-optic transmission.

Adaptive Clock Resynchronization (ACR) Technology: Unique technology that allows synchronous, zero-frame latency transmission of video over low-cost, off-the-shelf networking optics.

BlueRiver Channel Coder: A highly efficient channel coder that combines and streams multiple signal types onto a single fiber-optic channel.

About AptoVision
Based out of Montreal, Canada, AptoVision is a privately held corporation focused on delivering licensable technologies for current and next generation Audio-Video (AV) signal processing and distribution systems. AptoVision’s BlueRiver™ engine aims to redefine AV signal processing and distribution by delivering a unified architecture which is capable of meeting today’s requirements at never-before-seen costs while being scalable to meet performance, functionality and bandwidth requirements of the future. (www.aptovision.com)

AptoVision, BlueRiver are trademarks of AptoVision. All other products and company names herein may be trademarks of their registered owners.

Contact: Kamran Ahmed

+1-514-908-9768

marketing@aptovision.com

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