MediorNet HorizoN, a hybrid processing platform that Riedel Communications claims blurs the boundary between SDI and IP, is being launched at IBC.

MediorNet HorizoN includes a wide range of video processing capabilities, such as up/down/cross conversion, SDR-HDR conversion and colour correction. It straddles the boundary between traditional SDI-based and ST2110 infrastructures with its dense array of SDI/ST2110 gateways.


Pushing the boundaries: Riedel’s MediorNet HorizoN handles both SDI and IP

Within a single rack unit, it can have 16 independent and individually configurable processing engines that allow up to 128 channels of SDI/ST2110, up to 32 channels of SDR-HDR or up to 16 up/down/cross conversions.

HorizoN’s flexible licensing scheme will allow user-specific combinations of processing and gateway capabilities, reducing unnecessary costs. Supported by easy-to-use configuration, operation and monitoring software, MediorWorks, IP signals and their control are embedded into distributed MediorNet systems. SFP-based baseband video I/O completes the package, making it an all-rounder that can handle the challenges of a modern production environment.

Stand Number: 10.A31, 10.A38

Company: Riedel Communications