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Nextera Video’s mission is to help equipment manufacturers IP-enable their products quickly and easily. We specialize in the education and development of ST 2110, ST 2059, NMOS, and IPMX solutions. Our industry-leading ST 2110, ST 2059, and IPMX FPGA Cores and NMOS control software have been deployed worldwide, helping dozens of customers successfully and competitively reposition their products in the IP era of Broadcast and Professional AV.

Nextera has the expertise and resources to guide customers through the development of IP-enabled products providing fast time to market without the headaches. We offer a complete uncompressed (or compressed) AV over IP solution that is fully interoperable based on ST 2110, ST 2059, NMOS, and IPMX standards. The Nextera solution provides everything needed for turn-key AV over IP including FPGA cores, drivers, control software, web GUI, and reference designs. Design services are also available to help get products to market quickly and easily.

Join our team of customers and partners and contact [email protected] to learn more!

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Nextera Video and Adeas ST 2110 and NMOS FPGA Cores Receive Latest JT-NM Tested Badges

After another round of extensive interop testing, Nextera-Adeas and many of their customers have earned JT-NM tested badges for ST 2110 and NMOS October 5, 2022 – El Dorado Hills, California – Nextera Video and Adeas are proud to announce that their industry leading...

Nextera Customer Showcase at IBC 2022

Nextera would like to thank our customers Utah Scientific, Cobalt Digital, Advantech, Appear, Pulse Eight, Village Island, and 7thSense for participating in our customer showcase at IBC 2022.

Join us again at IBC 2022 in Amsterdam!

Join us! IBC 2022 is less than one week away and Nextera-Adeas is excited to come together again in person and showcase our complete suite of AV over IP solutions at the Amsterdam RAI from September 9-12.

IntoPIX Teams up With Nextera and Adeas to Participate in Live IPMX Interoperability Demonstrations at InfoComm 2022

Demos include the new IPMX FPGA design jointly developed with Nextera/Adeas and the new intoPIX Titanium AV-over-IP software MONT-SAINT-GUIBERT, Belgium---intoPIX, the leading expert in innovative video compression solutions, will be one of the dozen companies joining...

Nextera Customer Showcase at NAB 2022

Thank you to all of our Customer Showcase participants! Nextera would like to thank our customers Vitec, Advantech, Village Island, and Pulse Eight for participating in our customer showcase at NAB 2022. In addition to the latest Nextera/Adeas ST 2110, ST 2059, and...

Nextera, Adeas, and intoPIX to showcase Reference design on IPMX at ISE 2022 in Xilinx Booth

Mont-Saint-Guilbert, Belgium, May 9, 2022 – Nextera Video and Adeas, two leaders in the FPGA IP space, have teamed with intoPIX, leading expert in video compression for Professional AV, to demonstrate a reference design on the new IPMX...

Join us again at NAB 2022!

Come see us at booth C2620 to learn about the latest advancements in ST 2110 Video over IP, NMOS control software, and IPMX – The new standard for AV over IP.

– Learn all about ST 2110, ST 2059, NMOS, and IPMX
– Evaluate our IP cores through interactive demos
– See customer successes at our partner showcase

Xilinx, Partners Deliver Multimedia Streaming Endpoint Solutions

Adeas and Nextera Video IP Cores for vendors wanting to integrate a complete, yet fully customizable SMPTE ST 2110 AV-over-IP system into their own designs. Adeas and Nextera Video provide a fully-integrated hardware/software IP core set for ST 2110, ST 2059, ST 2022-6/8, IPMX, and NMOS (Networked Media Open Specification used for plug-and-play, system-level control of ST 2110 devices).

Nextera Video and Adeas Announce SDI Core, SMPTE ST 2022-8, and NMOS IS-09 as the Latest Additions to their Industry-Leading SMPTE ST 2110 Video over IP FPGA Core Set

December 11, 2020 –El Dorado Hills, CA – Nextera Video and Adeas are proud to announce that their industry-leading SMPTE ST 2110 Video over IP FPGA cores now support NMOS IS-09 System Parameters, as well as SMPTE ST 2022-8, SDI Core, and Frame Synchronizer companion...

Video – NMOS Interview NAB New York 2020

Jed Deame, CEO Nextera Video, is interviewed by Wes Simpson representing the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS). Jed talks about what NMOS is, how it works, and why it is so important in IP Video deployments. Visit our Video Resources page for more related videos...

IP adoption: Reflections and projections

SMPTE ST 2110 exploded in 2020 and over subsequent years became the core of many new IP infrastructure projects. IPMX is heading in the same direction, and 2023 is going to be the year where we see more projects adopting the standard as their foundation. You’re going to see some bigger rollouts and higher profile installations, and then it will really take off in late 2023 and early 2024. So, stay tuned — it’s going to be an exciting year.

The role of standards in the hybrid era

It’s clear that standards are crucial when building any system based on interoperable functions between different manufacturers’ equipment, and two industry standards have been developed to advance the adoption of IP deployment: SMPTE 2110 – the set of SMPTE standards for the transport of digital media over an IP network – and the NMOS (Networked Media Open Specifications) suite of specifications, which also ensures easy device connection management on a network, something fraught with multiple perils that were never envisaged by the builders of SDI networks in the past.

SMPTE ST 2110: A Vibrant Six-Year-Old

One major way that ST 2110 technology is being expanded to support new applications is in the development of IPMX (Internet Protocol Media eXperience). The goal of this development is to help reduce the cost of ST 2110 technology for applications that may not require its full range of capabilities. Another goal is to produce the first truly open, license-free IP video specification for the ProAV market (in contrast with NDI, SDVoE and HDBaseT).

Evolution of SMPTE 2110 Standard Addresses JPEG XS, IPMX

Since its publication in 2017, SMPTE 2110 has been deployed extensively throughout the broadcast industry. Across the globe, the standard has become a staple in IP-based television facilities and many of today’s major sporting and broadcasting events, including the 2020 summer Olympics and 2022 World Cup. This trend shows no sign of slowing in the upcoming year.

SVG Sit-Down: NVIDIA’s Jamie Allan on the Transition to ST 2110, What’s Next for AI, AR, and the Cloud

The next-generation IP broadcast workflow at the Dell booth focused on how to simplify the adoption of SMPTE ST 2110 standards for the broadcast industry. NVIDIA and Dell teamed up to showcase IP-based content-creation capabilities and deployment of AI in the broadcast pipeline from workstation to the edge.

At the RED booth, NVIDIA networking technologies (Rivermax, ConnectX, NVIDIA BlueField DPU, NVIDIA RTX GPU) enabled real-time 8K raw video over ST 2110. In this demo, NVIDIA and RED showcased a direct connection that allows cinema-quality RED V-RAPTOR 8K content to feed into an IP broadcast-production workflow.

The Future Is Now With IP-Based Production

If you work for a broadcaster, you know that distribution over IP is supplanting SDI as the best practice, both for in-studio and remote activities. IP is simply the “better mousetrap,” with more flexibility than SDI, at costs that are no greater and often less.

One of the interesting benefits of working in an IP production environment is that it is better understood by corporate IT departments than the traditional way of working in an SDI “island” that is strictly the concern of the television engineering staff. At a time when skilled broadcast engineers are retiring in great numbers, the transition to IP production infrastructures could not have come at a better time.

IP Showcase Returns to IBC2022

As media operations move toward all-IP connectivity and content delivery the IP Showcase will focus on progress in SMPTE ST 2110, AES 67 and IPMX. IP Showcase organizers are hosting both technical presentations and demonstrations that provide useful guidance and examples to media organizations making this critical shift. Along with technical paper presentations, the IP Showcase will feature basic tutorials tailored to newcomers in the field of IP video production, as well as case studies from real-world installations.

What you need to know about PTP in an IP world

In short, PTP is a proven protocol that can (and does) readily deliver the performance essential for media over IP. Fear of implementation shouldn’t be an obstacle to moving forward with an IP migration. The industry’s continued and successful shift is evidence of that.

VidTrans 2022 Includes Major Multivendor Demonstrations

The Video Services Forum is pleased to announce major industry interoperability demonstrations of the latest technologies for transporting video and audio over IP networks. These interop events will take place during VidTrans 2022 which will be held at the Marina del Rey Marriott in Los Angeles, CA, June 14 to 16.

InfoComm 2022: AIMS To Perform IPMX AV-Over-IP Interoperability Demo

The first-of-a-kind demo will take place at AIMS Booth W1067 and will feature networking equipment and hardware and software nodes running both IPMX and SMPTE ST 2110, the standards suite on which IPMX is based. The demo will also highlight gateways between IPMX and other protocols, developer kits, and elements of IPMX-enabled AV-over-IP workflows.

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