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Laval, Québec, Canada, 2012/09/05 - Embrionix, manufacturer of the emSFP, is pleased to announce the release of the first HDMI/DVI 1080p emSFP receiver - Embrionix.com.
With the large adoption of the Coaxial, Optical and conversion emSFP’s, Embrionix HDMI/DVI receiver completes the emSFP product family.
“The 1080p60 (full-HD) HDMI emSFP receiver is the natural progression of interface for Embrionix. With this new receiver, the product manufacturer can provide the perfect product for every customer”, said Renaud Lavoie, CEO of Embrionix.
The HDMI emSFP are offered in single transmitter and single receiver configurations, both available in MSA and non-MSA pinouts.
Features of the HDMI/DVI emSFP receiver include:
• Supports resolutions up to 1080p60Hz;
• Convert to SMPTE-424M, SMPTE-292M, SMPTE-259M, DVB-ASI;
• Available with or without HDCP key;
• Digital diagnostic monitoring;
• ROHS compliant.
Embrionix (embrionix.com) provides a new approach in the product interface market for broadcast manufacturers. Embrionix designs and builds innovative, advanced SFPs to close the gap between fiber optic deployments, coaxial deployments, and emerging technology deployments, such as HDMI, composite video, Ethernet, etc... By leveraging its core competencies in video broadcast, the company provides SFP modules (emSFP™) with the highest level of flexibility to major broadcasters in the industry. The company is based in Laval, Canada, and has global design, research and development, and sales offices located in Canada, California, United Kingdom and Japan. For more information on pricing and availability, please contact us at sales[.]embrionix.com.
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