Distribuzione segnali via TsOip-SRT-IP codificato

INTECGROUP has new generation networks on optical fibre, radio link and satellite, optimized for the contribution and distribution services of audio/video signals. In particular, for the transport of contribution signals to the Head Ends of our partner broadcasters and the contribution signals of digital multiplexes from regional centres, Intecgroup uses proprietary technology with transport on optical fibers and redundant, high-capacity FTTC networks. Our distribution platforms are registered with the Ed-ends of RaiWay, Eitowers, Persidera, D-Free, towards the M-Three teleports in Rome and Milan, and towards the Globecast teleport. We are also registered for the contribution to the Mediaset and Sky platforms. The use of the DTM (Dynamic Synchronous Transfer Mode) standard allows us to carry out the configuration and routing management activities in the best possible way, in completely automatic mode in the event of disruptions, guaranteeing the absolute invariance with respect to the type of transport used. This infrastructure, completely redundant on multiple levels and interconnected with the international backbone network of Telecom Italia, Fastweb and Vodafone Italia, allows us to offer customers very high capacity connectivity, for any type of signal (IP, ASI, SDI, HD SDI, even uncompressed), towards any destination.


Mainlink is an audio-video signal transport system that works through the use of a network device, using a UDP or TCP protocol, both in unicast and multicast. The system offered by Integroup provides efficient correction of channel errors and allows the recovery of the batch of packets through a specific network protocol which, among other things, manages the synchronization of signal distribution, in order to guarantee high quality video distribution via IP transit links. It also provides a quality of real-time transport service (QoS) at Broadcast Video level with minimal delay and guaranteeing signal delivery in Video mode, regardless of the distance of two or more Endpoints. Added to this is the presence of a central communication platform which Mainlink has and which controls, in real time of course, all the links, with signal delivery certification and remote alarms.