Past Future Past

  • Open standards
  • 3rd party products
  • Different signals – audio, video, intercom, data, sync
  • Native fiber protocol
  • The highest flexibility and scalability


  •  fiber-based transport platform
  • longest distances between the locations
  • highest channel count
  • point-to-point, star or ring topology
  • hum-free environment
  • light weight
  • low cabling cost


  • 1024 inpus and unlimited outputs non-blocking matrix
  • single-channel routing
  • decentralized topology
  • matrix stored on each device independently
  • multiple different I/O formats: MADI, AES/EBU, analog, intercom
  • control from software or 3rd party equipment


  • integration of audio, video, intercom, sync, serial and Ethernet data
  • simple integration with the Open Standards and 3rd party products
  • multiple technology partners
  • preamp control from 90% of digital consoles – one stagebox for multiple different desks


  • redundant fiber protocol
  • redundant PSU
  • redundant sync operation – Word Clock and Video Sync
  • extremely fast, non-audible recovery after failure

State of art products

  • designed, manufactured and tested in Germany
  • over 20 years of experience with fiber technology and audio networks
  • network invented for professional audio and video environments
  • fixed lowest latency on the market: 0,042 ms
  • low power consumption
  • fan-less operation
  • large product portfolio with MADI, AES/EBU, INTERCOM and ANALOG interfaces