Semtech Corporation recently announced that JAM-Labs has integrated Semtech’s BlueRiver technology into its new line of Software Defined Video over Ethernet (SDVoE)-enabled integrated operating room (OR) products. The products, based on the BlueRiver AVP ASIC, enable state-of-the-art medical facilities to capture and transmit high quality 4K60P 4:4:4, near-zero latency SDVoE video.
“ORION 4K end points enhance its integration capabilities using Semtech’s BlueRiver for digital operating rooms. Using the ORION end points and workflows based on enhanced secure software integration, hospitals are able to realize 4K video with near-zero latency over networks, bringing a truly distributed solution to life,” said John Thomas, CEO and CTO at JAM-Labs. “Semtech’s BlueRiver technology is at the heart of the ORION system. With standards-based SDVoE capabilities, we are able to offer a completely vendor neutral solution with an open, scalable architecture platform versus legacy matrix switch systems.”
JAM-Labs’ ORION is certified to IEC60601 and compliant to DICOM, PACS and HLS. With the inherent flexibility and scalability of SDVoE technology, ORION provides hospitals, clinics and other medical facilities peace of mind that its AV installations will scale based on future needs without the costly overhead common with competing solutions. Semtech’s BlueRiver AVP ASIC provides enhanced networking flexibility and hardware advantages for these OR-ready solutions, including a small form factor and low power consumption. JAM-Labs’ ORION platform includes a wide variety of hardware available today, including encoders, decoders and wall plates.
“JAM-Labs’ ORION highlights the great fit between Semtech’s BlueRiver technology and the medical AV market,” said Don Shaver, vice president of video products for Semtech’s Signal Integrity Products Group. “The AVP ASIC delivers the required pristine image quality and low latency AV transport, with the powerful integrated BlueRiver API to meet the performance needs of today’s ORs.”