AptoVision Releases BlueRiver NT1000 Hardware Development Kit

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AptoVision Releases BlueRiver NT1000 Hardware Development Kit

AptoVision BlueRiver NT1000 hardware development kit

The AptoVision BlueRiver NT1000 hardware development kit, the latest product in the company’s BlueRiver NT+ Series of AV-over-IP chipsets, is available now.

BlueRiver NT+ chipsets “remain the world’s only chipsets to transport uncompressed, zero-latency Ultra HD/4K HDR over ethernet and are the foundation for Software Defined Video Over Ethernet (SDVoE) technology,” according to AptoVision’s press release.

BlueRiver NT1000 “delivers all the advanced IP-switching and extension capabilities AptoVision is known for, while reducing the bill of material costs for AV-over-IP encoders and decoders by up to 50 percent,” according to the company announcement.

Here’s more about AptoVision’s BlueRiver NT1000 hardware development kit:

The BlueRiver NT1000 Hardware Development Kit includes a pair of reference design units (receiver and transmitter); 20 security devices for prototyping; all reference design files in source format including schematics (Orcad); layout (Allegro) and gerbers; a complete bill of materials; and comprehensive hardware design guides. Technical guidance during the design process and engineering review of the OEM’s design schematics are also provided.

“AptoVision Hardware Development Kits give manufacturers absolutely the fastest path to AV-over-IP product lines,” said Charles Dobson, VP global sales at AptoVision. “Our field-proven designs and thorough documentation reduce development risk and help our OEMs quickly deliver complete product portfolios that enable configurations and price points to satisfy even the most demanding pro AV application requirements.”Purpose built and cost optimized 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 CAT‐x or 30KM of fiber. It supports 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.

AptoVision’s flagship chipset, the BlueRiver NT2000 continues to offer high-value AV processing capabilities which enable video-wall, multi-view and seamless switching applications. Together, the two members of the BlueRiver NT+ Series allow manufacturers to offer a top-to-bottom portfolio of AV-over-IP products which address the full range of feature, performance and pricing requirements for virtually all AV applications.

AptoVision and SDVoE Alliance representatives will be available in booth 3729 at InfoComm 2017 in Orlando from June 14-16 to discuss AV-over-IP development opportunities. Manufacturers should contact Charles Dobson to arrange a meeting.

Click here for more information about AptoVision’s BlueRiver NT1000 hardware development kit.