Company launches new platform of UHD capable signal processing products at Inter BEE 2017
Gator™ Latest Addition to Ross Video’s Software Defined Production Portfolio
Tokyo, JAPAN – Nov 15, 2017 – Today at Inter BEE 2017, Ross Video, the leader in smart production, announced the launch of Gator. Part of the company’s fast-growing Software Defined Production (SDP) solution portfolio, Gator is a platform for a new series of UHD capable signal processing products.
“Increasingly, broadcasters are being challenged to do more with less including future proofing today’s investments,” stated Todd Riggs, Business Development Manager, Infrastructure, Ross Video. “Gator offers the ultimate in adaptability, bringing software defined media processing functions to broadband infrastructure.”
Part of Ross’ openGear family, the first two Gator products are a multichannel frame synchronizer, and a new branding and keying product. Both products utilize the same powerful hardware and can support SDI data rates from 270Mb/s up to 12Gb.s.
To learn more about Gator, openGear, and SDP solutions, please visit Ross Video partner DIGIcas in Hall 5, booth 5213 at Inter BEE, or join Ross’ upcoming webinar: Software Defined Production for Forward-Thinking IP, SDI, and Hybrid Workflows.
Ross Video is Smart Production
Ross powers video productions for billions of global viewers daily with the industry’s widest range of smart production solutions. Ross makes it easy to create compelling news, weather and sports broadcasts, engaging material for sports stadium screens, entertainment shows and rock concerts, educational institutions, legislative assemblies, corporate applications and inspiring content for houses of worship.
Ross solutions have impressed the audiences and marketing partners of NBC Sunday Night Football, Eurosport, BBC World, Google YouTube Space London and China’s eSports powerhouse VSPN. Ross delivers an unrivalled range of products and services comprising virtual studios, real-time motion graphics, cameras, robotic camera systems, production switchers, video servers, infrastructure and routers, social media management, newsroom systems and mobile live events.