Intinor, a Sweden-based developer of products and solutions for high quality video over the Internet, will celebrate the company’s 20th anniversary with a presentation of its innovative tools for remote production, contribution and distribution.
Through its own proprietary Bifrost transport protocol, Intinor provides a differentiated approach to contribution quality links over the internet. This adaptive bitrate protocol incorporates forward error correction and retransmission algorithms, providing highly reliable content delivery, coupled with ultra-low latency of less than half a second.
The platform supports network bonding and receiver bonding to provide extended bandwidth and enhanced robustness, while simplifying network management and monitoring.
Central to the company’s success is the popular Intinor Direkt router series, which provides high density encoding and decoding, with as many as 16 SDI I/O channels in a single 2U device. At IBC booth 5.F55, visitors can see a new compact and portable Direkt link, suitable for use in a backpack and ideal for single camera sports and news work which relies on agile crews.
Designed for multi-vendor interoperability, the Direkt series now supports DVB signals, making it a strong choice for distribution as well as contribution, between different companies and linking different vendors. It creates a true point-to-point connection, where competing devices route the signal to the cloud and then to the receiver. As well as reducing costs, this slashes the latency to support the fastest possible link live to air.
Daniel Lundstedt of Intinor, said, “Our high quality, simple to manage and fast to establish links are making a huge impact in broadcast. But the technology is also very valuable in many other areas, whether that is eSports or houses of worship or any other application that needs a simple way to move signals.”
To find out more about Intinor’s latest products, including the backpack link for news and sports, visit IBC 2023 from 15 to 18 September at the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre.