Miranda Booth To Feature NVision Router Lineup

At the 2009 NAB Show, Miranda Technologies will highlight its new NVISION series of enterprise-class SD/HD/3-Gbps routing switchers alongside its interfacing, master-control switching, and monitoring ranges.

Miranda’s new line of routers has been introduced following its recent acquisition of NVISION Inc. “The NVISION range rounds out Miranda’s product lineup. We can now offer facility-wide solutions spanning interfacing, routing, master control, graphics, and playout, as well as multiviewers and facility monitoring,” says Miranda CTO Michel Proulx.

NVISION offers a complete range of routers with sizes from 16×4 all the way up to 1152×1152, with many specialized flavors and form factors for specific routing applications.

The largest routers in the range are the NVISION 8500 enterprise-class routers. They offer full scalability up to 1152×1152 video inputs, using ASI/SD/HD and 3-Gpbs (1080p and 3D stereoscopic) video and digital audio.

The ultra-compact NVISION 8288 truck routers are the world’s smallest large routers and are available in sizes up to 576×576. Miranda says they are half the size and weight of comparable routers and also consume half the power This makes these SD/HD/3-Gbps routers ideal for both flypack and truck applications.

The NVISION 5128 is a midsize, multiformat-facility router with up to 128×128 inputs and outputs. The router offers easy “mixing and matching” of up to eight formats in the same frame, including 3-Gbps, HD, SD, and analog video, as well as digital and analog audio. It can also be used for timecode, sample-rate conversion, and machine-control signals.

For low-cost, utility routing, the NVISION Compact range of SD/HD/3-Gbps routers offers a high level of space and cost-efficiency, with sizes from 16×4 to 32×32.

A wide variety of advanced hardware and software control panels are available for the NVISION range, and these can provide sophisticated multi-router, tieline management. The control systems also offer effective bridging with legacy third-party router systems to allow an easy transition to a Miranda NVISION system.

See www.miranda.com for more information about Miranda’s latest products.