AptoVision (known by most of you for their BlueRiver NT stuff that companies use to send HDMI and RGB via the network) has announced BlueRiver 400, an integrated chipset for processing and extending 4K/60/4:4:4 AV signals. The new chipset incorporates Plethora, AptoVision’s newly engine for advanced audio and video signal processing, and claims to deliver the industry’s longest signal extension range of up to 250 meters on CAT-x and 30 kilomters on fiber cabling.
In addition to zero-frame latency transmission and end-to-end processing of video and audio signals, the BlueRiver 400 extends GbE, USB 2.0, RS-232 and IR signals. Its support for CAT-x or fiber cable types also it claims to reduce the complexity of design and simplifies procurement and inventory management for manufacturers.
Details aren’t on the company’s website, yet, but when they are, they will be here.