Nextera Video and Adeas have partnered with Xilinx to build an FPGA core set for AV-over-IP. The Nextera/Adeas cores conform to SMPTE standards for ST2110 Video/Audio over IP, including ST2059 precision time protocol and NMOS control software.
The transition from HDMI/SDI to IP is already well underway with SMPTE standardized solutions being rapidly adopted in broadcast. IP-based systems could offer greater functionality and lower cost compared to traditional HDMI/SDI-based systems.
The Nextera/Adeas core set is JT-NM Tested and has passed rigorous testing at numerous industry interop events, ensuring customers can get products to market quickly with a proven interoperable and effective solution. The IP cores have a small FPGA footprint and are fully modular in design, allowing partners to choose any combination of cores, custom-tailored to meet their specific needs.
At ISE 2020 they showed it driving 4K Video over IP at 1G, 10G, 25G and 100G networks all using the SMPTE 2110 standard. The Nextera/Adeas core set is network speed independent and offers all of the components required for standards-based AV-over-IP.