At IBC2018, Lynx Technik is showcasing a new version of its rackframe solution, the RFR 1218, which allows users to control all yellobrik modules within the rackframe.
Besides its flagship yellobrik and greenMachine solutions, Lynx Technik is tapping into the cloud with the release of Lynx Air at IBC2018
Lynx Technik is unveiling Lynx Air, a new cloud-based signal processing solution that marks the company’s move into cloud technology. The introduction of Lynx Air enables remote production as the solution is designed to separate processing power from physical hardware, allowing functions like signal processing to be accomplished in the cloud.
The company is also adding the C_EH_1911 to its yellobrik product family. The solution is capable of performing as a bridge between SMPTE ST 2110 video-over-IP signals and HDMI, thus enabling the integration of HDMI displays or HDMI-capable devices into IP-based video environments.
The RFR 1218 is another rackframe solution Lynx Technik is highlighting at booth 8.C70. Equipped with RJ45 Ethernet ports operating as USB to Ethernet bridges, the RFR 1219 allows access to all mounted yellobrik converters used within the rackframe. Furthermore, users are able to utilise this new feature to control all yellobrik modules network by using a central Web-based GUI.
Completing Lynx Technik’s showcase at IBC2018 is the release of two new apps — the MADI app and the HDR app — to the greenMachine titan platform. The greenMachine titan MADI app offers 64 inputs and outputs on an optical fibre SFP connector basis. As for the HDR app, it provides the conversion of standard dynamic range (SDR) to high dynamic range (HDR) and HDR to SDR signals, and is configurable using Lynx greenGUI for setting the relevant parameters.
IBC2018 is taking place at the RAI Amsterdam exhibition and convention centre from September 13-18.