Christie is delighted to be bringing its Terra lineup of products to ISE for the first time. Terra comprises an expanding series of transmitters, receivers, control hardware and software that enables the design and integration of Software Defined Video over Ethernet (SDVoE)-compliant systems in a simple, flexible, highly-scalable and affordable package. With Terra, Christie offers a complete native 4K, 4:4:4 content delivery, from player to display. Terra helps customers leverage the benefits of the SDVoE™ Alliance, which promises a standardised approach to maximise the scale, scope and user-experience of AV-over-IP system architecture and performance.
“We’re looking forward to bringing Terra to ISE, where we will be able to show systems integrators our latest developments and accessories at this exciting time in AV-over-IP technology. Christie has broad experience with image processing and AV-over-IP applications which makes us well positioned to produce products and solutions that provide superior quality and higher performance than traditional AV system designs,’ said Clark Williams, executive vice president, Content Management & Processing, Christie. “With an established, respected and trusted history supplying and supporting various high-end applications with performance-driven display technologies, advanced processing, warping, media playback and network-distributed systems to a variety of markets, we are proud to deliver Christie Terra as a new SDVoE-compliant solution. With this product introduction, Christie marks the beginning of an entirely new way of working that streamlines, enhances and improves AV distribution, processing and management in ways that have never before been possible.’
Built on standardised SDVoE technology, Christie Terra solutions support video formats up to 4K at 60Hz and provide unprecedented performance capabilities transporting and processing of uncompressed, zero-frame latency, artefact-free video over affordable 10G Ethernet components. Christie is a founding member of the SDVoE alliance. Maintaining the integrity of a creator’s source material without degradation, compression or latency; Christie addressed its image processing technology, lensing, input and output, content management (Spyder X80), show management (Pandoras Box Octo) and distribution management (Phoenix Quad) to create an end-to-end solution true to the content it serves.