10 Feb 2017

HDBaseT long distance cable offers enhanced image quality

SILORA R&D, provider of state of the art multimedia and switching solutions to companies in the ProAV industry, has announced the launch of its newest integrated technology, HDMI 2.0 4K 60Hz 4:4:4 HDBaseT 100m Extender Over a Single Cat5e cable with HDR support.

The new product is based on Lattice’s chipsets (SiI9630, a low-power HDMI 2.0 transmitter and SiI9396, a low-power HDMI 2.0 receiver) and Valens’ Colligo chipset (VS2310) – offering the first HDR enhanced video extension solution of up to a hundred meters with zero latency.

“We are excited to be the first to integrate this technology that fills the missing gap in the Pro-AV infrastructure and delivers best of quality video that enables in-depth detail on remote screens,” says Eli Shubi, CEO at SILORA R&D. “We are proud to lead innovation in the Pro-AV market in an effort to support our ODM customers at the forefront of cutting edge technology.”

“Silora’s HDBaseT long distance cable solution addresses advanced prosumer and professional AV needs,” said C.H. Chee, senior director of marketing at Lattice Semiconductor. “We’re pleased that they selected our HDMI 2.0 chipset with HDR support to enable the transmission of real-time UHD video.”

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