Nextera Video and Adeas, two companies in the FPGA IP space, have teamed with intoPIX, the AV-over-IP chip company used inside the Crestron NVX, to demonstrate a reference design using the new IPMX AVoIP proposed standard at the ISE 2022 show in Barcelona this week.
The IPMX design transports 4Kp60 444 over 1-Gb combining intoPIX TicoXS Encoder/Decoder & RTP packetizers cores with Adeas/Nextera ST2110/2059 & NMOS cores, running on a Xilinx FPGA reference platform.
IPMX is a set of open standards and specifications to enable the carriage of compressed and uncompressed video, audio, and data over IP networks. It includes provisions for control, copy protection, connection management, and security. IPMX means video over standard IP networks, including 4K video at 60 frames per second and 4:4:4 color with just 1-Gb/s bandwidth.
The combination of IPMX and intoPIX JPEG XS allows achieving more than proprietary Pro-AV protocols while preserving low latency & high quality with super-low complexity: it offers upgrade capability to 4K and 8K formats on existing cables (CAT5e). Interoperability is guaranteed thanks to the use of open ST2110 & IPMX standards.
Nextera/Adeas and IntoPix have the expertise and resources to guide customers through the development of IP-enabled products providing fast time to market without the headaches.