Laval, Quebec ( April 5, 2013) — Embrionix, manufacturer of the emSFP is proud to announced the creation of 2 new product lines to support the UHD-SDI interface. The new line of modules will enable the use of OEM designs utilizing SFP cages, to reach higher bandwidth, faster, and more efficiently.
“4K (UHD-SDI) transport is most commonly done by combining 4 x 3G-SDI signal paths. Embrionix proposes a new approach based on our emSFPTM dual link 6G-SDI modules. This will minimize the number of cables and fibers, plus double the bandwidth capacity per wavelength. At 6Gbps per channel, CWDM allows for 8 x 4K on 1 fiber”, said Sarkis Abrahamian, VP business development at Embrionix.
“The higher bandwidth required to transport 4K, and soon 8K, push the total bit rates to 11.88Gbps and 23.76Gbps respectively. Coaxial connectivity will limit performance and distance at these data rates, meaning a clear path for full fiber connectivity is an absolute requirement” Sarkis added. With the steady increase of bandwidth requirements in production, media, and telecom industries, fiber will continue to be the transport medium of choice for higher data rate signals and services. Based on the customer requirements, emSFP modules can be simply switched for a different interface or application.
The EB59xx 6Gbs coaxial series is available now for testing in transceiver, dual receiver, and dual transmitter configurations.
The EB59xx 6Gbs optical series is available now for testing in transceiver configuration. Dual transmit and dual receive configurations will be available soon.
Embrionix will be used in more than 30 booths at NAB this year, demonstrating the flexibility and possibilities around our solutions. See our 6Gbs UHD-SDI demonstration in the Semtech booth -N2116.
Embrionix provides a new approach in the product interface market for broadcast manufacturers. Embrionix designs and builds innovative, advanced SMPTE VIDEO SFPs to close the gap between fiber optic deployments, coaxial deployments, and emerging technology deployments, such as HDMI, composite video, Ethernet, etc... By leveraging its core competencies in video broadcast, the company provides SFP modules (emSFP) with the highest level of flexibility to major broadcasters in the industry. The company is based in Laval, Canada, and has global design, research and development, and sales offices located in Canada, California, United Kingdom and Japan. For more information on pricing and availability, please visit www.embrionix.com or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.