Intinor’s ‘grab & go’ Direkt Link supports network bonding
Intinor, Sweden’s leading developer of products and solutions for high-quality video over the internet, will be highlighting at NAB 2023 its range of solutions for remote production, 4G/5G news and sports contribution, remote commentary, esports, and houses of worship.
It will also demonstrate multi-vendor interoperability with standards such as SRT/RIST/NDI, and showcase its proprietary transport protocol Bifrost, which offers network bonding, error correction, Automatic Repeat Request (ARQ), least cost management and adaptive bitrate.
Visitors to booth W2879 can see how Intinor delivers remote production workflows with solutions such as its flagship Direkt router series, which enables high density encoding/decoding capability and supports up to 16xSDI I/O from a single 2RU unit, supported by the Bifrost transport protocol.
Making its US debut is the latest Intinor’s Direkt Link mobile/backpack compact. Built from the ground up to meet the needs of single camera sports and news productions that rely on small highly agile crews, the Direkt Link compact ensures a true point-to-point connection, removing the need for costly cloud subscriptions that also add latency.
Direkt Link compact provides 4-wire intercom for comms with the master control room (MCR), return video path, bonded VPN data bridge, and features two built-in modems with the option to add additional modems. To ensure maximum quality, stability and reliability of the links, the platform also supports network bonding and receiver bonding.
Daniel Lundstedt, Intinor’s Regional Sales Manager, said, “We build technologies, such as the Direkt Link compact, that meet the real world need to be more creative while streamlining the process of producing content.
“A small team can take our ‘grab and go’ equipment and start generating exciting stories and deliver high quality images at the push of a button.”
Find out more at NAB 2023 show, taking place from April 16-19 at the Las Vegas Convention Centre.