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January 22nd, 2014

Miranda—A Hybrid Happening In Serbia (Of SatBroadcasting™ Interest—Router)

[SatNews] Miranda Technologies, a Belden Brand, has installed a range of Miranda solutions in the new Vi-1 HD production truck, designed, built and operated by Visual Impact Serbia—Vi-1 is Visual Impact’s first all-HD truck and the first privately-owned HD truck in the country.
Visual Impact has installed the NVISION 8144 Hybrid router, part of Miranda’s NVISION 8500 Enterprise Class router series, in the new Vi-1 along with the company’s NV920 router controller and three Densité 3 modular signal processing frames. Miranda’s ability to provide comprehensive integrated control of the entire infrastructure was a critical factor in the decision to choose Densité and NVISION. The Miranda router is configured for 144 inputs and outputs, and is 3Gb/s ready for future operations. The 12m x 2.44m x 3.95m truck is wired for up to 14 camera channels, including 12 HD and two super slow-mo chains, all provided by Sony. The truck marks Visual Impact’s inaugural move into the provision of HD OB services throughout the region. In addition to the former Yugoslav region, Vi-1 will be deployed throughout The Balkans and Greece, primarily for sports, concerts and other live events.
Miranda’s NVISION 8144 Hybrid router, part of Miranda’s NVISION 8500 enterprise-class router series, combines highly advanced features with performance and efficiency within a 144x144 matrix, all contained in a space-saving 8RU frame. The NVISION 8144 also provides simplified, high-density cable management, direct fiber connectivity and audio concentrators.

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