PureLink's UX Series Matrix Switchers Now Shipping

New Product is World's First Matrix Switcher Featuring Both HDMI 2.0b & HDCP 2.2 Compliance

PureLink, a leading provider of digital connectivity solutions to commercial audio/video and IT markets worldwide, today announced that they have begun shipping their new UX 4K series HDMI integrated matrix switchers. This new system, which is part of their HDTools product line, provides high performance distribution of audio and video resolutions up to Ultra HD/4K, and is available in models UX-4400 and UX-8800.


The company has a long history in the industry, not only developing the world's first digital matrix switcher, but also the first HDCP-compliant matrix switcher and the first modular cross-platform digital matrix switcher. PureLink's UX Series provides a fast and reliable Ultra HD/4K signal management solution for multiple sources and displays. The UX is available in fixed I/O configurations, ranging from 4x4 to 8x8 and all models feature both HDMI 2.0b./HDCP 2.2 compliance. The UX Series offers multiple control options, with bi-directional RS232 and LAN control via TCP/IP or Web User Interface (UI). The built-in UI allows for easy configuration and operation of the product. It enables users to create switching inputs/outputs, preset and save switching commands, configure internal and external EDID settings, as well as to change network settings and check the system status.

"The UX series is HDR-compliant (High Dynamic Range) with an advanced EDID management system that ensures a seamless installation experience" stated Kevin Kang, PureLink's Technical Sales Director. "Also, most providers in this space are limited 10.2 gigabits of bandwidth, but the UX matrix switcher is the first one on the market that can support 18 gigabits per second" he added. "This new device utilizes the latest technology available in the marketplace and is ideal for corporate conferencing and home theater uses as well as applications in education and hospitality" commented Howard Schilling, PureLink's Director of Sales. "With resolutions up to 4K at 50/60 hertz and 4:4:4 chroma subsampling, we expect to be shipping many more of these in the weeks and months ahead" added Schilling.

For more information about PureLink's new UX product line, please call 201-488-3232 or go to the UX System section of their website.

About PureLink

PureLink designs and manufactures the world's most respected HD Video connectivity solutions, consisting of products such as Cross-Platform Digital Modular and Integrated Matrix Switchers, Presentation Systems, CATx/Fiber Optic Extenders, Format Converters, Video Switchers and Distribution Amplifiers, along with accessories such as Signal Analyzers, Audio Downmixers, Digital Signal Isolators, and DisplayPort, Fiber Optic, and HDMI Cables and Adapters. Founded in 2002, PureLink has quietly pioneered the exploding HD Video connectivity space, inventing 1080p HDCP matrix switching along with the large-scale DVI Matrix Switcher.

For further information on all PureLink product offerings please go to www.purelinkav.com.

Contact:
Mike Salerno, Channel Marketing Manager
mike@purelinkav.com
(201) 488-3232
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