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RapidRun Optical is the Future!

- In the summer of 2014 C2G introduced the latest offering in our RapidRun product line, RapidRun Optical. RapidRun Optical is our Leanest-Longest, Fastest-Strongest™ RapidRun product yet! RapidRun Optical offers lengths up to 1,000 feet while supporting up to a 4k resolution, 3D video, as well as Deep Color and x.v. Color thanks to its 18Gbps bandwidth. The small, ½ inch diameter of the RapidRun Optical connector along with the thin, flexible cable construction, make RapidRun Optical easy to inst…

HDMI — A New Standard in Digital Audio Video

- Learn What the New HDMI 4k Standard Means For the Future of A/V This is the third post in a four-part series called "Emerging Technologies That Will Shape the Next 5 Years." HDMI LLC was founded by Philips, Silicon Image, Sony, Technicolor S.A, RCA, Toshiba and Panasonic in 2002. Their goal was to create a connector for digital A/V devices that featured a small form factor and was capable of transporting uncompressed digital video, multi-channel digital audio and control signals while maintaini…

HDBaseT — Extending Digital Audio Video Beyond Its Original Limitations

- Learn How HDBaseT Puts A/V Control in the Hands of Its Users This is the second post in a four-part series called "Emerging Technologies That Will Shape the Next 5 Years." The HDBaseT Alliance was founded in 2010 by LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Valens Semiconductor. HDBaseT technology was designed to offer an industry standard connectivity solution for extending HDMI digital video content beyond the 20 or so meters supported by native HDMI cabling solutio…

Change is Good! DisplayPort— The Replacement Connector For VGA

- This is the first post in a four-part series called "Emerging Technologies That Will Shape the Next 5 Years." DisplayPort is a digital display interface standard developed by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) designed to facilitate the transfer of video, audio and data, between a source and sink device. DisplayPort 1.2 is capable of emitting HDMI or DVI-D TMDS signals through the use of a simple passive converter. DisplayPort has been HDCP compliant since the DP1.1 standard.1 T…


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