DELTACAST Certifies MAGMA Thunderbolt™ Chassis for use with their high-quality I/O Video Cards
DELTACAST and MAGMA announce compatibility between DELTACAST broadcast I/O video cards and the MAGMA Thunderbolt™ and Thunderbolt™ 2 enabled chassis.
San Diego, CA (May 23, 2014 ) – Combining DELTACAST broadcast video cards with the MAGMA Thunderbolt™ chassis allows broadcasters and video professionals to migrate workflows to newer Thunderbolt™ enabled workstations while protecting their investment in hardware. Creative professionals will also be able to take advantage of Thunderbolt™, 10Gbps, and Thunderbolt™ 2, 20Gbps, lighting fast transfer speeds.
Christian Dutilleux, DELTACAST CEO, says “Obviously the Thunderbolt™ 2 interface and bandwidth allow to make optimal use of our high-end video I/O cards solutions. The compact and portable side of this combination will definitely have an influence on current workflows in the new ecosystem.”
“Magma™ is very pleased about the DELTACAST certification of Magma thunderbolt expansion chassis,” said Magma president, Tim Miller. “By combing a Magma Thunderbolt chassis with high quality DELTACAST cards, video and broadcast professionals will be able to build flexible and reliable workstations that leverage the Thunderbolt ecosystem of products and capabilities.”
The compatibility certification includes DELTACASTVideoMasterHD driver support giving access to theircost-effective OEM PCI Express video cards for SDI SD-HD-3G, DVI, HDMI™ and ASI interfacing, and dedicated solutions for linear keying applications based on a unified SDK under Windows, Linux and Mac OS.
MAGMA Thunderbolt™ and Thunderbolt™ 2 enabled chassis includes the ExpressBox1T, ExpressBox3T, and ROBEN-3 family. This family of products gives professionals a wide range of flexibility in customizing their own solutions, from 1-slot expansion to 3-slot expansion, and the option to combine storage in one single chassis.