Lightware Expands Integrations Partner Initiative; Adds ADI Icron, Utelogy, Xyte

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Lightware Visual Engineering announced the expansion of the company’s Integrations Partnership initiative with key global industry players. Complementing the announced relationship with Cisco last year, a rapidly growing list of integration partners is headed by ADI Icron, Utelogy Corporation and Xyte. The program, made possible through Lightware’s Open API capabilities, “unlocks unprecedented creative opportunities for […]

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Worre Studios Sets the Future for Live and Virtual Events with Lightware and their UBEX Portfolio

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Worre Studios is a state-of-the-art 25,000 square-foot facility that shifts virtual and traditional events into the future. Situated near the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, Worre Studios provides a unique approach for producers to reach a global audience in the most efficient and impressive ways. From live television broadcasts, product launches, live concerts, awards shows, press conferences, […]

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Lightware Releases SDVoE-Compliant TPX Suite

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Lightware Visual Engineering announced the TPX suite of products, based on Semtech’s AVXT technology and are compliant with the SDVoE standard. The first products in the TPX suite, HDMI TPX 107 and TPX 106, are point-to-point extenders that enable HDMI 2.0 signal management over a single CatX cable with HDCP 2.3 and Dolby Vision support. […]

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InfoComm Survival Guide- [Un]Compressed Video

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Well it’s trade show season and the press releases are starting to pour in.  Before you head onto the InfoComm ’22 floor, it’s a good idea to polish your armor to best avoid being hit with a poison arrow of misinformation. If you missed my first post on “deceptive specs” you should check it out […]

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Lightware Simplifies Meeting Room Connectivity for Florida Municipality

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Florida is home to more than 267 cities and over 21 million people. Situated within Florida’s southern Atlantic coast is a large municipality, known as the Venice of America. The particular municipality is at the center of marine, manufacturing, finance, real estate and tourism industries along the Atlantic coast. It is establishing itself as a […]

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Extended Reality Technologies Offer a New Stage for the Entertainment Industry

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Emerging technologies that combine reality with virtual environments are making a remarkable breakthrough across many applications. Extended Reality, or XR, is the term used to describe this blend of technologies. It is one of the most exciting developments in film, television and real-world applications where virtual and real worlds combine around the talent. The goal […]

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Utelogy Corporation Intros Drivers for Lightware Visual Engineering’s Video Matrix Switchers and Signal Extension Systems

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Utelogy Corporation has expanded its Utelligence Program by introducing new drivers for Lightware Visual Engineering’s Video Matrix Switchers and Signal Extension systems. Lightware’s solutions offer data and analytics to users in an open and agnostic way. By partnering with Utelogy, the company utilizes Utelogy’s software tools for monitoring and managing the AV devices in its […]

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Lightware Has a Big Announcement Coming Your Way During LAVNCH WEEK 3.0!

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During the week of Feb. 8, the industry’s flagship virtual event returns: LAVNCH WEEK 3.0. And, Lightware sent this teaser video as a pre-launch (pre-LAVNCH?) piece. I must say: It’s clear Lightware is about to launch itself into a totally new space in UCC — and AV for that matter. From this teaser, it appears […]

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Rants and rAVes — Episode 966: Did You Hear About the Lightware Taurus UCC System?

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At ISE 2020, Lightware previewed an entirely new family of products called Taurus — designed to be UCC hub, of sorts, to accommodate both wired (all forms of USB) in a meeting room. Here’s a slide deck that explains it but, more importantly, Gary was joined by Lightware’s President, Jason Tirado, who explains the concept of Taurus, when […]

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Lightware Launches UBEX

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Lightware’s latest is UBEX (Ultra Bandwidth Extender), an AV-over-IP extender that’s capable of sending 4K UHD@60Hz 4:4:4 (12-bit color) signal extension with the use of packet-based transmission. The video signals are handled fully uncompressed and transmitted (or receive – keep reading) over 20 Gbps or using minimal, visually lossless compression. UBEX can extend two full 4K signals simultaneously over […]

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Fun with HDBaseT

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HDBaseT has been described as a bridge technology between traditional video transport and IP-based systems, the time for which is rapidly arriving. It’s a technology about which I’ve not been excited for some time; every manufacturer not only uses the same chipset (produced by Valens), but appears to have settled on the same form-factor and […]

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Lightware to Debut Hybrid Matrix

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Calling this analog and digital matrix a Hybrid Router, Lightware’s new 25G is touted as not only a matrix, but also “a complete signal architecture”: a cloud that supports eight media layers — video, audio, Ethernet, USB KVM, USB 2.0, IR, RS-232 and CEC channels. All layers are supported by 25G Hybrid signal management; inside […]

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Lightware Adds 3G-SDI Board

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Lightware has announced a new 3G-SDI board, the MX-3GSDI-IB, which accepts SD-SDI, HD-SDI and 3G-SDI video signals with embedded audio on BNC connectors (remember those?). Each channel also incorporates an SDI/HDSDI/3GSDI to HDMI/DVI conversion for switching and processing in the router frame and the SDI input signals are equalized and reclocked. The card also has […]

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