Consumer electronic semiconductor specialist, TranSwitch (News - Alert) Corp., is building its TXC-44144 Hdplay transceiver into a high-definition matrix video switch to support applications that require a significant number of source devices and destinations, such as broadcast services, surveillance systems, retail displays, public signage and commercial presentations.
The switch is expected to launch early in the second quarter of 2013.
Yudong, headquartered in China, focuses on video transmission systems, matrix switch products and intelligent home control equipment. Matrix video switches enable users to connect multiple audio/video sources to multiple audio/video displays.
“Our new high-definition video switch exemplifies Yudong’s dedication to innovation and performance, a commitment that we share with TranSwitch,” said Yang Jianzhang, general manager at Yudong. “This matrix video solution has been optimized for a variety of applications that require multiple sources and destinations, including commercial video displays and surveillance installations which require high reliability and video performance.”
Utilizing TranSwitch’s unique AnyCable technology, Yudong’s new matrix switch supports the use of long cables, which are typically required in matrix video switch applications, while maintaining HDMI 1.4 performance.
Yang added, “TranSwitch’s HDplay solution with AnyCable technology provided the optimal solution for our product, providing a differentiated user experience to our customers.”
“We are very pleased to add Yudong to our growing customer base for our HDplay product family,” said Tim Blanke, vice president of worldwide sales and marketing at TranSwitch. “Yudong possesses a broad portfolio of video distribution solutions which are naturally suited to benefit from our HDplay products’ video performance, integration, and reliability advantages. Building on our design win with this matrix switch, we look forward to expanding our relationship with this innovative customer through continued cooperation on future products.”