Media Links reaffirms commitment to continue strengthening SDI-IP bridge
Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, Media Links is looking to continue supporting the transition to IP-based media processing.
Established in 1993 in Kawasaki, Japan, Media Links started by manufacturing MPEG-2 video encoders along with ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) and video matrix switches. After rising to global prominence through its support of the 2022 World Cup held in Japan and South Korea, Media Links has expanded its global offices and partners, and is now considered one of the most experienced and trusted companies in IP media transport.
The company offers a wide range of professional media services including 4K UHD/HD/SD SDI video, SMPTE ST 2110, audio signals as well as high value, high bandwidth, “Hitless” data across local, regional, and global multi-service IP networks.
Its portfolio of scalable edge, core, and software management solutions for Media over IP content transport applications are specifically designed to support interoperable industry standards while providing a bridge from SDI to IP networks.
Tsukasa Sugawara, Chairman, President & CEO of Media Links, said, “We are at an exciting time of growth in the industry, here at Media Links. While our products, services, and overall operations have expanded throughout the years, our underlying principles have remained constant.
“We are an innovative technology company that is constantly creating, and we can only do so with our exceptional and diverse global team.”
To find out more about what Media Links is offering, make a beeline to booth W1421 at the 2023 NAB Show, which is taking place at the Las Vegas Convention Centre from April 16-19.