InfoComm - PureLink to Demonstrate Motore 4K Scaling at InfoComm15

PureMedia 4K scaling output cards feature Motore Media Processing Technology for complete 4K scaling and distribution

RAMSEY, NJ - May 12, 2015 - PureLink will be introducing the PM-HOS4S-U and PM-DOS4S-U 4K scaling output cards for PureMedia, now shipping, at InfoComm15.


Featuring built-in Don't Blink 4K up/downscaling technology powered by Motore, the PM-HOS4S-U and PM-DOS4S-U HDMI and DVI scaling output cards are designed for use with any PureMedia distribution system to handle any resolution or format, including 4K, reliably and consistently.

The PM-HOS4S-U and PM-DOS4S-U 4K scaling output cards offer comprehensive features including local 4K up and downscaling, frame rate conversion, and auto-scaling, providing seamless image reproduction and maximum flexibility.

PureMedia also offers HDBaseT and Fiber scaling receivers (PM-CR102-U and PM-FR102-U), all featuring Motore, delivering the most complete distribution solution that truly covers all the bases in Ultra HD - functional, scalable, state-of-the-art, ready.

"What makes PureMedia with built-in Motore technology unique is that it offers the most advanced 4K scaling solution with a comprehensive selection of output card options, remote extender boxes and wall plates, as well as support for a variety of resolutions and output formats." said Kevin Kang, PureLink's Associate Director of Technical Sales.

Want to learn more?
Visit PureLink booth no. 4551 at InfoComm15 to see a live demo of PureMedia distribution powered by Motore.

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