New Quad Stream 4K UHD Video over IP Decoder launched by Antrica

New Quad Stream 4K UHD Video over IP Decoder launched by Antrica

New Quad Stream 4K UHD Video over IP Decoder launched by Antrica

Antrica, a worldwide supplier of H.264 video encoding, decoding and streaming solutions, unveiled their plans to launch a new Quad 4K Decoder at this years IFSEC 2016, Stand: D350.

The latest product to be launched by Antrica is the ANT-37000, it decodes and displays 4 RTSP video IP streams x 1920 x 1080p simultaneously on a 4K/UHD display. Most commonly this would be utilised in the CCTV market, however decoding 4 HD IP streams, opens this application up to signage, broadcast and other markets.

This ANT-37000 eliminates the need for an Intel® NUK or PC running software and using a keyboard and mouse. The ANT-37000 decodes the RTSP feeds directly on to a monitor without any operator intervention. The 4K capability also dramatically increases the detail available by displaying all 4 streams in their native resolution.

The decoder comes complete with advanced software to allow the user to manipulate the display of feeds. Each of the 4 displays can be programmed to change stream at any time frame required by the user. A remote control allows for simple user control by displaying any feed full screen or reverting to quad display.

Les Litwin Sales Director of Antrica commented :

“A real life example of the ANT-37000’s application could be decoding 4 Video Over IP HD Cameras without the need for a NUK or computer. Examples of use range from home security systems to businesses wanting to display 4 feeds in excellent quality this product is a low cost, efficient solution. This product could also be referenced to a revitalisation of the retro CCTV quad spot monitor, brought into the future with 4K & IP capabilities.”

The ANT-37000 is available for purchase from Antrica soon, please contact sales@antrica.com to discuss your specific requirements.

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