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Open platform networking to be presented at Amsterdam event

Optocore to demonstrate new generation interfaces at IBC 2011

Optocore will use this year’s IBC event to demonstrate its new generation, open platform interfaces.

With the recent introduction of the R series of interface devices, Optocore can now offer 1024 input channels and unlimited output channels within a distributed matrix, while offering

The company’s open platform networking concept, which has be undergoing evolution since 1993, will be presented at stand 9-A47 the capability to route MADI, AES/EBU as well as Data and Video over a 2Gbps fibre optical ring.

Optocore also aims to offer differing benefits for different people; for the live performance and broadcast applications, the company offers a simplified set up and easier operation, and within fixed installations, clients can benefit from economies of scale as well as performance, by eliminating the need to install heavy and expensive copper cabling.

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