In Military and Government Organizations
Security compliance has always been on the priority list for large organizations. High-traffic, mission-critical military and federal government facilities require technology that provides uncompromising quality and reliability. It is up to system integrators to employ a variety of methods to ensure security requirements are properly defined and addressed throughout the design, configuration, and implementation phases of complex A/V distribution systems.
Audio and video distribution components including displays, matrix switchers, and extenders all pose security risks during data transmission. The connection of a non-classified device, such as a PC, to the network could cause a security breach resulting in data leakage or hostile code injection.
PureLink to the Rescue!
Smart Protection for Your A/V Distribution Network
Fiber solutions are readily used in mission-critical applications where isolation between the connected source and display is required to eliminate the potential for ground loops and electrical interference, and to provide decoupling between various devices used in an HD video system.
Converting the electrical transmission to optical and back
Eliminating ground loops, surges, and spikes that may impact signal quality or cause damage to costly system components
Regenerating the signal, effectively operating as a repeater and cable extender to increase the transmission distance
PureLink’s DVI-DOC-F can be easily implemented into any system design, providing complete signal and electrical isolation between a digital (or analog) video source and display. A/V signals can be “cut” using serial commands, or by simply disconnecting the power adapter.
Designed as a specialized solution to meet the requirements of high security organizations, the DVI-DOC-F is deployed worldwide in Fortune 500 companies, military facilities, and federal government agencies all challenged by the need to deliver top secret information.
From ALAS’ perspective the performance of the VIP systems installed was flawless. “The VIP300H-U has been streaming beautifully,” stated Ross Goulette, owner of Advanced Light & Sound. “The system was very easy to setup, and the pre-configuration services offered by PureLink made uptime quick, saving significant time and labor costs,” he added.
The fiber backbone solution in the arena utilized PureLink’s TotalWire™ TWF2-1000 3mm jacketed multimode duplex fiber optic cables. The advanced optical glass fibers in these cables are much stronger, safer, and faster terminating than other typical fibers, providing superior strength and increased safety in the field. These duplex style cables provide the ultimate durability and bend, with ease of termination. PureLink’s TWF2-1000 fibers are protected at the glass level via their integral polymeric coating, increasing both bend and tensile strength with ultra-low attenuation loss on tight bend radius, making them ideal for the intricate pathways they would have to travel within the arena.