OEM technology for your broadcast or pro AV products
Using SMPTE ST 2110 open standards for the highest quality and flexibility
What are SMPTE open standards?
SMPTE ST 2110 provides a remarkably versatile method of transmitting the highest quality video and audio over IP networks.
It’s truly open, promising plug-and-play interoperability of all kinds of media devices.
It’s the key to faster growth and higher profits for you and your company.LEARN MORE
Why use ST 2110 for broadcast?
The transition to ST 2110 offers huge benefits for broadcasters, including a simplified, low-cost infrastructure, improved flexibility and a path to 8K and even higher resolutions.
As a result, the industry is moving forward rapidly with the new standard.
Why use IPMX for pro AV?
Although there are several IP video standards for pro AV use, IPMX, the implementation of ST 2110 for the AV industry, is the only one that’s truly open, offering the highest quality, the lowest latency, full compatibility with all IP network standards, and full integration of systems from different manufacturers. And IPMX adds crucial features including HDCP copy protection, network discovery and registration, I/O management, and enhanced audio channel mapping.
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How we work with manufacturers
ST 2110 is a great solution, but implementing it from scratch takes a significant investment. That’s where Macnica comes in.
Don’t reinvent the wheel.
Our engineering team will help you use ST 2110 to build your fastest and best video products everCONTACT US NOW
In 2011, we began developing intellectual property to support the shift from Serial Digital Interface (SDI) to Internet Protocol (IP) based infrastructures. Today, we continue to develop and aid in the definition of the emerging standards that are shaping the Video over IP migration.
Industry Consortium Memberships
Shaping the future of live video transport together
In 2011, we began developing intellectual property to support the shift from Serial Digital Interface (SDI) to Internet Protocol (IP) based infrastructures.
Today, we continue to develop and aid in the definition of the emerging standards that are shaping the Video over IP migration, working closely with these organizations: