TRIAX is unveiling a wide range of innovative, high-tech solutions at ANGA COM 2015. Exciting new products being launched by the Denmark-based company are an advanced multi-switch for use in optical networks; hospitality solutions designed to help hotels increase revenues, identify savings and improve the guest in-room experience; triple tuner receiver and a new Platinum taps and splitter assortment with a frequency range of up to 1.2GHz. A second generation HDMI solution for easy distribution of 4K or 3D real high definition (HD) signals for single point to point or multi-room installations will also be on display.
TRIAX will be launching its hospitality solution aimed at enabling hotel owners to further enhance the guest experience and develop new revenue streams. The cost effective, secure and flexible system allows the distribution of TV, radio, video, information channels and web content throughout the hotel. Content is distributed directly to in-room and is aimed at meeting guests’ entertainment and service needs. Comprising the latest TDX or TDH headends with a conditional access system (CAS) for secure pay TV channel options and middleware, TRIAX hospitality solution can use existing coax cables or IP network infrastructure to deliver high quality HD content to all guests. As a modular solution, hotel owners have more options to interact, personalise and control guests TV viewing experience. The hospitality solution can help generating revenue by providing customised features and personalisation of the interface for a guest or group of individuals, as well as providing for example brand information pages, weather forecast, RSS feeds and real time flight information.
Reinforcing its commitment to developing advanced satellite fibre optic solutions for multi dwelling properties that offering major cost benefits, ease of installation and best signal quality over long distances, TRIAX has launched its new optical multi-switch. This latest innovation comprises optical receiver, RF reconverter and multi-switch – all in one, convenient device.
The basic Master unit has an optical input for four satellites or terrestrial TVs and eight or 16 RF outputs for direct connection. By attaching further units with one extra optical input, the receiver can be extended comfortably for up to four satellites.
Second generation HMDI solutions
TRIAX second generation HMDI products are designed to distribute 4K, 3D, 1080p real HD signals to single point to point or multi-room installations over 70 metres (1080p) or 40 metres (4K). Offering real HD signals, no latency and quality of service (QoS), it is ideal for commercial environments like bars and retail outlets, educational facilities or smart home applications. All receivers are powered by transmitters or matrices using PoE technology. Point to point with local HDMI output enables a main 4K TV located in a lounge to be viewed while the signal is then converted to HDBaseT and distributed over CAT5e/6/7 cable to the remote viewing area. The matrix is available with four, six or eight input with corresponding outputs allowing any source to be distributed, viewed and controlled in any zone. Ultra slim 4K HDMI splitters also form part of the extensive range from TRIAX, available in two and four-way versions.
TRIAX Triple Receiver
TRIAX triple receiver STC 221 offers a triple tuner for DVB-S2, DVB-T/T2 and DVB-C. It also has a combireceiver perfectly suited for the simultaneous reception of two types of signal as desired – for example, satellite and additional reception via cable. The viewing experience is complemented by the HbbTV support and a TRIAX portal with many apps and a media player. The receiver is equipped with CI + interface for the use of Sky, ORF, HD+ or HD-Austria-CA module.
TRIAX new PLATINUM taps and splitter assortment
TRIAX new PLATINUM taps and splitters are professional components for CATV distribution systems with return channel, though the excellent product properties also ideally suited for use in future-proof network with DOCSIS 2.0 / 3.0 / 3.1 operation. These extended the frequency range up to 1.2 GHz, and low intermodulation and the high output level of 120 dB microvolts in the backchannel.