AJA Shipping KUMO SDI Routers and FiDO SDI/Optical Mini Converters

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KUMO Line Delivers Cost-Effective LAN-Controllable 3G SDI Routers; FiDO SDI/Optical Fiber Mini Converters Enable Transport of SDI, HD-SDI and 3G SDI Distances Up to 10km

Grass Valley, Calif. – AJA Video Systems, manufacturer of professional video interface and conversion solutions, is now shipping its new KUMO line of compact, cost-effective SDI routers and FiDO family of SDI/Optical Fiber converters. AJA's KUMO line of compact routers was first introduced at IBC 2009, where it was awarded both the Broadcast Engineering Pick Hit and TV Technology Europe STAR Award.
The KUMO routers support full broadcast specifications over SDI, HD SDI, and 3G SDI and provide web-browser control over a LAN to simplify integration into production and post environments. FiDO (Fiber Digital Optical) is a family of five SDI/Optical Fiber converters that enable the transport of SDI, HD-SDI and 3G SDI over long distances.

KUMO compact SDI routers are available in two configurations: the KUMO 1604 supporting sixteen SDI inputs and four out, and the KUMO 1616 supporting 16 channels in and out. Running embedded Linux, KUMO routers support HTTP control and monitoring, with elegant and simple network setup via BonJour.
FiDO (Fiber Digital Optical) is a family of five SDI/Optical Fiber Mini Converters designed for outdoor or indoor use, FiDO converters pass the complete SDI signal (including audio and/or meta data), and meet all relevant SMPTE specifications. Their low profile enclosure enables use in tight spaces around and behind equipment racks, trucks and crowded facilities.

The FiDO mini converters are available at a starting MSRP of US$445. The MSRP of the KUMO 1604 is US$1995 and the MSRP of the KUMO 1616 is US$2995.

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