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NEC Collaborates on Video I/O Card

NEC Display Solutions of America introduced a new internal HD-SDI video input/output card in that is compatible with MulteosT Multi-Function and select NEC MultiSync Information Display large-screen 4/15/2008 9:24 PM Eastern

NEC Collaborates on Video I/O Card

NEC Display Solutions of America introduced a new internal HD-SDI video input/output card in that is compatible with MulteosT Multi-Function and select NEC MultiSync Information Display large-screen LCD displays.

NEC Display Solutions of America, introduced a new internal HD-SDI video input/output card in collaboration with TV One that is compatible with the company's MulteosT Multi-Function series and select NEC MultiSync Information Display series large-screen LCD displays.

The card is the latest development in NEC's broadcasting initiatives. The internal installation doesn't require the additional cables and power source an external converter device does; the HD-SDI card fits into the option slot to reduce setup time. The company predicts the card's compatibility with several NEC products, including MultiSync LCD4020, LCD4620, LCD5220, LCD6520P, and LCD6520L, will be especially valuable to those in the broadcasting industry.

"This new resourceful add-in module complements our work with TV One, which specializes in video, audio, and multimedia processing equipment," said Emily Urlich, business development specialist for NEC Display Solutions. "The card is a unique alternative to those in need of a new signal solution, and it reduces unnecessary power consumption and cost."

"We are very excited about this new venture with NEC," said David Barnes, president of TV One. "Our CORIO2 technology has so much flexibility and capability that can't be found in other third-party predefined chipsets."

The HD-SDI card is scheduled to be available for shipment next month.



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