The big news on the stand for PHABRIX at IBC 2014 was 4K and its world’s first announcement of a 12 Gb/s eye supporting ALL UHDTV1 and 4K formats. PHABRIX kept their big news under warps allowing ‘invitation’ only customers into the stand office to see the new technology at work and witness the 12Gb/s eye in operation on its Rx rack mount platform.
Having promised early adopters of the Rx rack mount modular instrument that the product was future proofed as new technologies come along, the Rx now supports SD, HD, 3G and 4K UHDTV capability with the addition of the new module.
Phillip Adams, founder of PHABRIX added, ‘We are working with leading edge technology not yet commercially available to the market hence our decision to release at NAB 2015. There are serious limitations with current 4K and UHDTV product offerings. What we are demonstrating offers a complete solution supporting 4 x 12 GB/s SDI (48 GB/s) and optical interconnects based upon next generation FPGA technology. Cutting through the confusion is what we have always strived to do at PHABRIX. I welcome talking to fellow technologists to understand the application of our new technology in solving some of the problems they foresee migrating to 4K and UHDTV1 formats.’
Paul Nicholls, sales and marketing for PHABRIX commented;
‘The stand was crazy this year, we had people blocking the aisles. The 4K UHDTV announcement was certainly pulling the high end broadcast manufacturers, but we haven’t been holding back on our other Rx rack mount and Sx handheld developments either.’
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