Bridge Technologies (News - Alert), a company that designs, develops, and manufactures analysis, measurement, and monitoring solutions for the digital broadcast and telecommunications industries, has recently introduced a new EC (Enhanced Chassis) for VideoBRIDGE probes that is fully NEBS compliant.
The award-winning VideoBRIDGE series provides an advanced industrial platform for TV services that utilize stream-based IP packets. With headquarters in Oslo, Norway, Bridge Technologies has worldwide sales and marketing operations through business partners in multiple markets including Europe, U.S., and Asia.
With a full end-to-end solution of products covering all the monitoring and analysis needs of the broadcast and telecommunication industries, the tools supplied in the VideoBRIDGE series enable both faster commercial growth of projects and engineering confidence in delivery on both traditional broadcast networks and in modern IP infrastructures, according to the website.
According to a press release, the EC will help to increase ruggedness and resilience for remote operation in extreme conditions.
The new chassis from the company offers redundant power supplies, front-to-back airflow, six CPU-controlled high-speed fans, and high-grade cast alloy metalwork. The new chassis has been designed from the ground up specifically to pass rigorous NEBS testing, and also has the capability to work in conjunction with future generations of high-power cards.
The EC was first displayed at the 2011 NAB show that took place in Las Vegas, from April 9-14.
In other company news, Bridge Technologies was an exhibitor at Broadband World Forum Asia 2011, which took place from May 10-11, at The Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, in Malaysia.
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Edited by Rich Steeves