BlueRiver NT1000, the latest in AptoVision’s series of AV-over-IP chipsets, has been announced.
Expanding the BlueRiver NT+ Series it is able to transport uncompressed, zero-latency Ultra HD/4K HDR over Ethernet. AptoVision claims the NT1000 can reduce material costs for AV over IP encoders and decoders by up to 50%. AptoVision's existing BlueRiver NT+ chipset is now renamed BlueRiver NT2000.
Purpose built for AV/KVM switching and extension applications, the HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 compliant BlueRiver NT1000 can transmit true 4K/60Hz (4:4:4) video with zero frame latency over 100m of CatX or 30KM of fibre. AptoVision claims support for the complete range of signal types including audio, GbE, USB 2.0, RS‐232 and IR, all of which can be routed independently. Audio can be extracted from or injected into any HDMI stream within the network.
Justin Kennington, strategic and technical marketing director at AptoVision, said: “More than 25 manufacturers have already embraced AptoVision’s BlueRiver NT+ technology to power their premium, feature-rich product range. With the lower cost, lower power and smaller footprint BlueRiver NT1000, the industry can expect a disruptive increase in the breadth of AV-over-IP product offerings.”