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Matrox’s NICs pass JT-NM Interop Test

Matrox’s NICs pass JT-NM Interop Test

Matrox’s NICs pass JT-NM Interop Test

Matrox Video has recently announced that its network interface controller (NIC) cards have passed the Joint Task Force on Networked Media (JT-NM) Tested programme on both the SMPTE ST 2110 standard as well as the NMOS/JT-NM TR-1001 specification. The JT-NM Tested programme gives customers of IP-based equipment an insight into how vendor equipment is aligned with open industry standards.

The Matrox X. mio5 Q25, Matrox X. mio3 IP and Matrox DSX LE5 D25 cards were chosen for the JT-NM testing programme in addition to serving as referencing sources for the SMPTE ST 2110 trial. With the NMOS/JT-1001 trial, the NICs were able to show its built-in NMOS support with its predictable, system-level connectivity for the TR-1001-1 technical recommendation. With built-in support for the NMOS IS-04 device discovery and registration, NMOS IS-05 device connection management, NMOS IS-09 System, LLDP, DHCP, and DNS-SD specifications, the Matrox NICs demonstrated its low-level design work, enabling OEMs to integrate its solutions into the ST 2110 network environment.

‘Matrox has been a long-time supporter of the SMPTE ST 2110 standard, and we are thrilled to continue this commitment through JT-NM’s IBC 2019 Tested programme,’ said Alberto Cieri, senior director of sales and marketing at Matrox Video. ‘Backed by our unique combination of IP know-how and broadcast expertise, Matrox NICs are built to offer the simplest path from SDI to ST 2110, while guaranteeing complete network interoperability and 24/7 reliability for next-generation ST 2110 workflows.’

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