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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...

Nextera to exhibit at SMPTE 2020 Virtual Show

Join us at SMPTE 2020! Nextera Video is proud to be participating in this year's SMPTE 2020 Virtual Event on November 10-12. We will be hosting a Virtual Booth with live chat and the ability to schedule meetings with us directly. In addition, Nextera CEO, Jed Deame,...

Video – What is NMOS? IP Showcase Summer Series

Jed Deame, CEO of Nextera Video, explains "What is NMOS?" in an easy to understand presentation featured in the VSF IP Showcase Summer Series. Please visit our Video Resource page for more related videos at https://nexteravideo.wpengine.com/videos/...

Nextera-Adeas Solution Passes Latest Round of JT-NM Testing for Spring 2020

Nextera/Adeas is pleased to have passed all applicable tests during both the NAB and IBC 2019 testing events, as well as Spring 2020 self-testing events, earning the JT-NM Tested designation for our ST 2110/ST 2059 and NMOS cores. For more details on the JT-NM Tested...

Is Your AV over IP Network Really Interoperable?

Authors: Jed Deame, CEO, Nextera Video; Antoine Hermans, CTO, Adeas; Rob Green, Senior Manager Pro AV & Broadcast, Xilinx Read the full PDF version here The Growing Need for AV over IP There is an ever-present demand for better quality and connectivity in AV. As...

Advantech accelerates the move to IP with Adeas/Nextera ST2110/NMOS Core

Nextera Video and Adeas are proud to announce that Advantech, a leading global provider of video imaging products and solutions, is the latest to adopt their industry leading ST2110/NMOS FPGA core set for use in the Advantech VEGA video solution product line.

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

Live Production Over IP Now Becoming the Standard

“IP certainly provides the same levels of reliability and quality as traditional SDI workflows, thanks to significant advances made in IP platforms and IP-based solutions,” said Marco Lopez, general manager for live production at Grass Valley. “IP workflows unlock unprecedented flexibility and scalability, with many world-leading broadcasters already recognizing its transformational potential.”

Column: The status of SDI to IP transitions and the benefits of maintaining hybrid environments… for now

There’s no denying the future of broadcast is based on transitioning to all-IP. That migration holds the potential for delivering significant long-term benefits, especially providing a cost-effective roadmap. IP allows broadcasters to scale and adapt easily, quickly spin up new services to meet changing audience demands for content and flexibly configure and manage devices and workflows.

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).

The Future of Broadcast: The All-IP Olympics

IP networking is a proven and robust technology, as evidenced by the IP-based enterprise networks that support so many businesses and organizations. The tremendous benefit of IP is that it enables new workflows that simply aren't possible with legacy video technology. These new workflows enable broadcasters to fundamentally transform how they create and deliver content while lowering their operating expenses. And they can do this without negatively impacting the reliability or real-time delivery of content.

AV-Over-IP: Decisions, Decisions…

Ultimately, the market figured out that a truly open, interoperable and scalable standard was the way to go, and now SMPTE ST 2110 is the ubiquitous AV-over-IP standard being adopted throughout the industry. In Pro AV, we see a similar pattern emerging.

Column: The road to true IP is paved with interoperability

Helping to accelerate IP deployments are two industry standards: SMPTE ST 2110 (the set of SMPTE standards for sending digital media over an IP network) and the Networked Media Open Specifications (NMOS) suite of protocols. Together, these two advancements further the way IP networks transport media including uncompressed video, PCM audio and ancillary data that are carried over separate routable streams, as well as device connection management on a network.

NFL Los Angeles Spotlight (Part 2): Inside NFL Media’s New Facility and the Cutting-Edge Technology Behind It

The state-of-the-art IP-based, 4K- and HDR-capable production facility took nearly four years to conceive, design, build, and integrate based on the SMPTE ST 2110 standard for media-over-IP production. NFL Media is currently producing 1080p60 broadcasts with Dolby 5.1 audio out of the building but is capable of 4K60 with Dolby Atmos 7.4.2 audio and can scale to any format in the future, including HDR or 8K, thanks to its robust IP infrastructure.

Moscow TV Broadcaster Embraces SMPTE ST 2110 IP-Based Video

The studio, believed to be the first SMPTE ST 2110 studio project in the nation, is being implemented by Moscow system integrator DNK. “We decided to transition to IP for our complete infrastructure in order to be ready for the future challenges of TV production and distribution,” said TVC CTO Alexey Brusnitskiy. “IP technology offers the highest level of flexibility and efficiency in workflows, and it provides [the] best possible reliability and security for our productions and our network.”