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WyreStorm expands HAOC Series

WyreStorm expands HAOC Series

WyreStorm expands HAOC Series

The passive optical transmission within the HAOC-FRL Series is compatible with new content exceeding the current HDMI 2.0 standard

The Hybrid Active Optical Cables (HAOC), which can send 5K, UltraHD, HDR and 8K content, have been expanded to include 8K and DisplayPort technology. WyreStorm reports that its HAOC-FRL Series comprises next-generation HDMI cables designed for the next generation of 8K and 4K HDR content. The cables are said to offer the best of both worlds: pixel-perfect, long-distance transmission of content and native HDMI communication. Adopting a 48Gbps four-core transmission system, the passive optical transmission within the HAOC-FRL Series is compatible with new content exceeding the current HDMI 2.0 standard. With each core rated at 12Gbps, the combined bandwidth means that the CAB-HAOC-FRL will support future content up to 48Gbps, equating to 8K UltraHD.

In other news, the cable manufacturer is bringing the wealth it’s accumulated in hybrid HDMI cable technology to the DAOC Series, which will offer the same benefits to the DisplayPort System. Easily connecting PC graphic cards or high-performance media playback systems, the DAOC Series can extend super high-bandwidth video, with up to 32 channels of digital audio, up to 10m using the latest in active optical transmission technology. Suited for corporate, education and RTOC environments, the DAOC Series features true native HDMI communication and reportedly ensures that CEC and EDID communication occurs between compatible devices. With their Kevlar-protected hybrid optical communication cores, the cables have been developed for use in environments with excessive EM or RF interference.

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