Debuting at ISE 2017 is Aurora Multimedia’s VLX Series, a visually lossless, low latency, 1Gbps 4K AV over IP signal transceiver utilising the company’s IPBaseT technology, which can be seen on Aurora’s stand. Aurora is changing the topology of AV with IPBaseT technology, which it claims can resolve all existing issues with reliability, serviceability, scalability, capability, and inventory.
The VLX Series is comprised of three variations: two wall plates (VLX-TCW2V-C, VLX-TCW2H-C) and a box version (VLX-TC1-C).
Capable of 4K30 4:4:4, the VLX is low compression 8:1 with low latency 25ms to create a visually lossless image usable for digital signage, conference rooms, classrooms, houses of worship at a reasonable cost. The VLX takes further advances with videowall modes of up to 8×8 and image rotation for portrait videowalls. All VLX units have a Dante option to further increase the flexibility of the overall system.
Aurora’s IPBaseT combines a variety of 4K IP technologies and features under one uniﬁed protocol using a simpliﬁed topology. For the VLX Series, visually lossless video with low latency, videowall, image rotation, digital audio, USB 2.0, Ethernet, and control are some of the core capabilities of IPBaseT. Utilising the bandwidth of a standard 1Gbps copper, IPBaseT supports large scalable audio/video matrixing, and it does so while replacing multiple technologies and products with a single-box distributed platform.
“VLX Series breaks the limitation of point to point topology within a room and now allows cost effective room to room collaboration,” said Paul Harris CEO at Aurora.