“The true cost of this next wave of video media innovation is bandwidth,’ says Robin
Cullen, quality manager at PureLink. “It is visually superior to anything we’ve had
previously, with colour rich images and stunning clarity.

Our new UltraPro 4K AOC HDMI and DisplayPort cables provide a reliable, effective
solution featuring the expanded bandwidth up to 18 Gbps necessary for full 4K@60
(4:4:4) signal management. With support for HDR content, as well as HDCP 2.2 and
CEC compliance, it provides a truly rugged, plug-and-play HDMI over fibre extension
solution designed to finally go beyond the limitations of copper cables.’

Since 2010, PureLink’s comprehensive FiberX range has been setting high standards,
being the leading brand for optical fibre solutions. On this years ISE in Amsterdam,
PureLink introduces its new UltraPro Series.

HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort: FiberX uses its active optical cable technology to support
the transmission of 4K via compatibility with the HDMI 2.0 standard, as well as its
equivalent, the DisplayPort 1.2 range with 18+ Gbps.

AOC: The FiberX UltraPro AOC cables are self-powered, eliminating the need for an
external power supply while maintaining the complete plug-and-play philosophy.

PureBend Technology: In addition to high-quality fibre, the FiberX cables use
PureBend technology for enabling narrower bend radiuses than with traditional fibre
products. They can easily be pulled through conduits and sustain difficult turns for
quick, versatile installations providing ultimate reliability and convenience to the

Extremely lightweight: The FiberX UltraPro cables are slim, flexible and extremely
lightweight –
60% lighter than conventional cabling, yet strong. This is crucial in protecting valuable
connected hardware devices from damage to fragile plugs caused by heavy cables.

FiberX UltraPro AOC Cables provide real-time EDID and HDCP handshake without
signal attenuation or quality loss. Optical fibre cabling protects the signal against
electrical noise and ensures uninterrupted performance. Reliably high bandwidths, low
signal attenuation and high resistance to external electromagnetic interference are the
characteristics of future, high-resolution media.