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2 Traditional Baseband Facility

3 Software Defined Video Networking: Take advantage of Ethernet infrastructure Distributed routing Pooled resources vs linear paths Remote resource and staffing Efficient use of resources Move to IP Facility & SDVN

4 Architecture Overview SDVN Architecture Overview

5 Control must be seamless Operations should not know the difference Same control surfaces as baseband plant Control panels and GUI’s Functionality and Reliability paramount, i.e. must be as good as baseband Deterministic video paths Cannot tolerate contention Simple to use and maintain SDVN – Key Issues

6 SDVN Building Blocks

7 IP Gateways Universal IP edge devices for encapsulating, de- encapsulating, translating: ASI/SD/HD/3G <> IP IP <> IP (Unicast <> Multi-cast translation) FEC (e.g. SMPTE 2022) Hitless switching (SMPTE ) 8/16/24/32 channel high density - modular Multiple 1/10 GE interfaces with redundancy Additional IP Gateways for : Audio: AES, MADI Data: RS232/422

8 IP Gateways Can also be add-on modules for existing baseband Evertz routers Provides easy transition to 10GE/IP for hybrid environment

9 IP Switch Fabric Modular 6RU blades 16/32/64, 1/10 GE Port Configurations (up to 640Gb/s) Baseband Equivalents Uncompressed HD (6 HD per 10GE) 16 Port = 96 x Port = 192 x Port = 384 x 384 Routing Control - Simple X-Y style SRC >> DST >>TAKE Traditional panel and GUI control Simplify IP Network Channel Delivery

10 EXE-VSR Video Service Router 46Tb/s 2304 ports of 10GigE in 40RU Supports 40G/100G Fully separated control and data plane Fully non blocking modular architecture Active electronics hot swappable from the front Front to back redundant cooling Distributed Redundant Controllers

11 Where need to manage the address space One-to-one NAT (2048 static mapping) VLAN base NAT (2048 VLAN ID mapping) Port based NAT 4 x 1/10GE interfaces Applications Typically used on the Network edge In-bound firewall Multicast <> Unicast Stream replication High Density Network Address Translation

12 Application (Multicast/Unicast NAT )

13 Other Key Building Blocks Bulk Encoders (Multi-channel J2K) 10GE Multi-Viewers No need to go back to baseband Standard & Advanced AVM monitoring &analysis Universal Encoders/Transcoders (UEP) Any format (H.264/J2K/MPEG-2) IN <> OUT ALL UNDER UNIFIED CONTROL IS KEY

14 SDVN Control Plane

15 Simple Ethernet Interface Configuration Enable 1/10Ge port

16 Virtual Multicast Sources

17 Simple X-Y Operator Control Set the cross-point like traditional x-y Video Routers

18 Complete System Monitoring & Control

19 Applications

20 SDVN for Transport 20

21 21 SDVN for Production

22 22 SDVN for Playout

23 Summary – Benefits of SDVN IP Facility Future-proof facility –SD to 4K Scalable –Remove physical restrictions of baseband growth High Reliability –Utilize device and network redundancy Efficient Workflows –Create “services” in a private “cloud” –Migrate from linear to non-linear workflow CONTROL IS KEY – MUST BE SIMPLE 23

24 Thank you


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