OEM technology for your broadcast or pro AV products
Using SMPTE ST 2110 & IPMX open standards for the greatest flexibility, scalability, and interoperability
IPMX-ready Featured Products
We enable IPMX-ready development of end-to-end systems for AVoIP video transport. Macnica's transmitter/receiver chipsets and modules are easily integrated into OEM designs providing encrypted 4K UHD 60P 4:4:4 content and control from any video product over a standard 1GbE connection.
4K AV-over-IP System on a Chip
- 23 x 23 mm Flip-Chip BGA (484 pins)
- 4K UHD HDMI 2.0 over 1G Ethernet
- Sub-Frame Latency
- HDCP & USB (KVM) support
- Fully customizable - Web UI & Lua Scripting
- Hardware & Software Reference Designs
Power of the ME10 in a Module
- Contains all the features of the ME10
- DRAM included
- Reduced R&D costs
- Reduced time-to-market
- Lower inventory risk
- Small form factor: 82.5mm x 50mm w/Card Edge Connector
ME10 & MPA1000 Dev Kit
- 2 Development Boards
- uSD Cards with Adapters
- FTDI Serial to USB Cable
- Zyxel GbE Switch
- NanoPl preconfigured as a DHCP Server
- Full documentation including schematics and layout files
Why use IPMX for pro AV?
Although there are several IP video standards for pro AV, 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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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.
How we work with manufacturers
Want to design your own IPMX-ready PCB with reduced investment and time to market? The ME10 is a 4K60 4:4:4 AVoIP transmitter/receiver SoC that we update as the open standard evolves for you to easily integrate into your own PCB design. In addition to our chipset and development kits, we provide our customers access to numerous free resources such as a Sample Device Driver, Sample CLI/GUI Application, IPMX Gateway reference design, IPMX Extender design & Centralized Hardware Controller.
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Where the Broadcast and Pro AV Tech World Meets
Join us for tech events across the globe, connect with industry experts at conferences, webinars and panel discussions to get a first-hand view of the Macnica products, technologies and solutions that are shaping the future of the broadcast and pro audio visual industry.
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: