1 APPLICATION NOTE Metropolitan Distribution Network The Media Links high-density Media over IP Platform is ideally suited for large-scale Metropolitan Distribution Networks Data and content drive business and revenue opportunities – and Media Links is in the business of delivering, receiving, and transporting rich MEDIA LINKS SOLUTIONS ARE content, whether it’s data, video, audio or a combination of all three. IDEALLY SUITED FOR: Media Links supports providers of high-performance networks for bandwidth intensive applications by powering the all-digital switching and transport infrastructures for a wide range of content. AT THE BROADCAST AFFILIATE Point to Multi-Point d u o l C o t k n i L t e n r e h t E b G 0 Venues: 0 1 / 10 GbE 4 x HD-SDI 4 HD-SDI 0 4 Ethernet Transmit Receive Link E b G 0 1 MD8000SX 1 0 2 x GbE Data Trac G NETWORK SYSTEM b • Media and Content Hubs E b G E 0 1 E b G 0 1 AT THE PRODUCTION STUDIO • Service Carrier Exchange Points Wireless Towers • k n i L t e n AT THE MEDIA HUB 1 4 x 1080p or 4K 4 x 1080p or 4K r • Stadiums e 0 h 10 GbE Receive Transmit t G E Ethernet b b MD8000EX MEDIA NETWORK SYSTEM G E Link 0 Cable Headend 1 • Enterprise Locations Video Router 60 GbE Layer 2 Ethernet Switch MD8000SX 12 HD-SDI Receive Financial Exchanges • 6 x GbE Data Trac MEDIA NETWORK SYSTEM 12 HD-SDI Transmit • Data Centers Redundant 240 GbE Layer 2 Ethernet Switches 28 x 10GbE Links MDX HIGH-DENSITY SWITCHING SYSTEM 40GbE Link Large Telecoms: 10 GbE Links AT THE STADIUM To Cloud Metro Area Links MD8000 MEDIA NETWORK SYSTEM Redundant 90 GbE Layer 2 Ethernet Switches 40GbE Links Sports World REDUNDANT 8 HD-SDI Receive Touchdown Media MDX HIGH-DENSITY SWITCHING SYSTEM Utilizing a fiber-based solution for • Media Mobile Redundant 8 HD-SDI Transmit 40GbE Link 10 GbE Links 4 GbE Networks To Cloud media aggregation and distribution Metro Area Links 10 GbE Ethernet Link via dedicated Ethernet and DWDM Redundant 10 GbE Ethernet Link network infrastructure. The Media Links media over IP transport solutions ensure that many different services can be distributed over a common 10GbE IP / Ethernet Broadcasters: / SONET / SDH / DWDM network infrastructure. This results in a reliable and reduced cost of distributing content over a metropolitan area (as well • Securing dark fiber or wavelength- as nationally if required), and ensuring distribution is in a highly scalable based transport and managing their manner. own primary distribution media network. Media Links transport equipment deployed in this type of application minimizes bandwidth usage and provides real-time dissemination of a continuous media stream from source to multiple destinations and back again. In the application shown above, 22 last mile / edge customers, a media hub, a broadcast affiliate, a production studio, and a stadium venue are supported on a single IP/Ethernet network. Up to 220 uncompressed HD/ SDI signals and other content are switched simultaneously.
2 APPLICATION NOTE At the stadium, several broadcasters are utilizing Mobile AT THE STADIUM Sports Vans to generate content from sporting events MD8000 MEDIA NETWORK SYSTEM Redundant 90 GbE Layer 2 Ethernet Switches occurring within a metropolitan area. Media Links MD8000 Sports World Touchdown Media platforms are deployed within the Venue’s centrally located Media Mobile Control Room or at the telecommunications demarcation point. The MD8000 provides the gateway for multimedia 10 GbE Ethernet Link services and is typically interconnected with high speed Redundant 10 GbE Ethernet Link SONET or IP interfaces and remotely monitored and managed by the Network Operations Center. Files and video clips recorded locally at the stadium can also be reliably transferred to the Production Studio over IP data connections. Traffic prioritization ensures that background file transfers can be assigend a lower priority than video or audio traffic. Content captured at the stadium or other event AT THE PRODUCTION STUDIO locations is accessible to the production studio via the metropolitan or regional network interconnects. The MD8000SX media network system at the production studio integrates with the entire IP transport network and provides hitless and seamless switching of 4K and 1080P content for flawless video transport. 4 x 1080p or 4K 4 x 1080p or 4K 10 GbE Receive Transmit Ethernet The service provider’s media hub centralizes the Link entire metropolitan distribution application. The hub essentially supports the operation of sending and receiving packets of content efficiently and without 60 GbE Layer 2 any loss via the MD8000EX Media Network System Ethernet Switch MD8000SX 6 x GbE Data Trac with support of a video router, and MDX2040 core MEDIA NETWORK switching systems (standard and redundant). This SYSTEM ensures high quality transport of video and other content services to and from the production studio and broadcast affiliate(s). In many applications, Broadcasters and Service AT THE MEDIA HUB Providers are required to support both legacy and MD8000EX MEDIA NETWORK SYSTEM next generation network footprints. Media Links Cable Headend technology provides a bridge to the future allowing Video Router for new and old customers to seamlessly share content across the network. The MD8000EX Media Links chassis supports 24-slots in a 7 RU frame. The MDX2040 acts as a central media hub supporting per stream IP switching, as well as providing multiple native 10Gb and 40Gb Ethernet uplinks direct to the Redundant 240 GbE Layer 2 Ethernet Switches high-speed, core network backbone. 28 x 10GbE Links MDX HIGH-DENSITY SWITCHING SYSTEM 40GbE Link 10 GbE Links To Cloud Metro Area Links 40GbE Links REDUNDANT MDX HIGH-DENSITY SWITCHING SYSTEM Redundant 40GbE Link 10 GbE Links To Cloud Metro Area Links
3 APPLICATION NOTE The MD8000SX last mile network solutions are AT THE BROADCAST AFFILIATE installed at various broadcast affiliates throughout the metropolitan area. These units receive and transmit content from the central media hub via the IP network for distribution to end-user customers, whether they are viewing content on televisions, computers, or mobile devices. The MD8000SX maximizes the edge and last mile network 10 GbE 4 x HD-SDI 4 HD-SDI connectivity due in part to its frugal use of space and Ethernet Receive Transmit Link power, as well as its ability to handle signals natively or with fully-integrated, internal JPEG or H.264 compression. MD8000SX 2 x GbE Data Trac NETWORK SYSTEM The Media Links Network Management software ensures the central media hub has full visibility of all edge locations over the entire network at all times. This powerful SNMP-based application monitors the entire network, polling and receiving alerts and notifications in real-time to rapidly identify circuit and equipment issues before they become service affecting. The Media Links NMS provisions circuits, creates backup routes, and manages bandwidth. Together, the Media Links hardware and software system components operate as a coherent and seamless system to support a mixed-mode configuration and allow network providers the advantage of transmitting and receiving different signals (HD/SD-SDI, audio, ASI, data) simultaneously. This technology allows for ultra-long transmission distances and serves as an extremely practical and cost-effective method to consolidate video, audio and data content elements onto a single network. The MD8000 helps service providers to fully realize the vision of using IP/Ethernet as the preferred content distribution networking platform. Broadcast-quality video with millisecond-level latency is achievable and a large variety of signal sources can be inserted onto the IP platform at any given last mile / edge site and sent to the central media hub as well as all interconnected facilities. This centralized solution also eliminates the need for providers to operate separate and technically diverse networks. Media Links provides a common platform for all connected venues, broadcast centers, video distribution facilities, and more to accommodate all signal requirements whether 3G/HD/SD-SDI, DVB-ASI, audio or data. It is the definition of ‘Next Generation’ for video transmission! Media Links (Headquarters) Media Links Australia Media Links Americas Media Links EMEA Kawasaki Tech Center 18F 2-12 Rokeby Street, 431-C Hayden Station Road Suite 18242 580-16 Horikawa-cho, Collingwood, VIC 3066, Windsor, CT 06095 PO Box 6945 Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Australia USA London W1A 6US Kanagawa 212-0013 Japan Phone: +61 3-9017-0175 Phone: +1 860-206-9163 United Kingdom Phone: +81 44-589-3440 Fax: +61 3-8456-6339 Fax: +1 860-206-9165 Phone: +44 (0)20 7096 9569 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] www.medialinks.com © 2018 Media Links. All rights reserved. Specifications subject to change without notice. APP-NOTE-MDN-08-2018 ia Links. Media Links and Media Defined Networking are trademarks of Med
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