tvONE Partners with Cleerline Technology Group at InfoComm 2015
Live Fiber termination of Cleerline’s revolutionary Fiber Optic cable on booth 3843
Erlanger, KY June 10, 2015 – tvONE (www.tvone.com), a leading designer and manufacturer of cutting-edge video and multimedia processing equipment, is excited to announce that Cleerline Technology Group will join tvONE at InfoComm, booth 3843 to showcase their revolutionary Fiber Optic cable.
Cleerline SSF™ “Stronger Safer, Faster”, Fiber Optic cabling delivers unparalleled ease-of-termination, being the first optical cable of its kind to eliminate the time-consuming process of stripping the glass fiber. Cleerline SSF™ utilizes a patent pending polymer coating as an integral part of the glass that does not require removal, unlike typical buffer coatings that must be stripped/removed from standard fiber. SSF™ fiber also produces incredible advancements in strength, safety, and increased speed of termination. “Being able to terminate fiber in just 1 minute is a huge leap forward for Fiber,” said Mark Armon, tvONE Product Manager, “I think people will be impressed with what they see on the booth at InfoComm”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRu3me8aodY
Cleerline’s participation alongside tvONE is no coincidence, as the Magenta Voyager, Fiber optic extenders and matrix, meet the same level of innovation and quality that Cleerline achieves. With Voyager’s powerful transmitters and receivers, you can seamlessly integrate analog and digital video, embed and de-embed audio, bi directional RS232 and USB all in one matrix. “Voyager is truly the world’s most powerful and flexible fiber distribution system,” says Ryan Prentice, Director of Sales for Cleerline Technology, “It is obvious that such a system will need the same from the fiber it uses.” http://www.tvone.com/voyager-2-and-4-port-modular-fiber-optic-transmitters
Fiber provides the only true “future proof” infrastructure, where distance and bandwidth is no longer a concern. Join tvONE in welcoming Cleerline and this revolutionary product. “Today’s high-speed distributed video systems and other high-speed signals demand more bandwidth than copper cables can provide,” says Rob D’Addario, CEO of Cleerline Technology Group. “The switch to fiber is gaining momentum and is the future for all signal, data, and system connectivity. We believe we have developed new technologies and processes to help our customers meet these new demands.”
Stop by booth 3843 to witness this live throughout the entirety of the InfoComm exhibition.