WinSonic Digital Cable Systems Network (WDCSN) fosters worldwide voice, data, audio, and video transport by providing broadband connections to the existing Synchronous Optical Network / Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SONET/SDH) carrier backbone. WDCSN SONET/SDH network also features switching technology, communications from WDCSN ATM-compliant transport applications and equipment can be directed to their destinations through control methods integrated with those used for telephony and data. Thus, the live video signal becomes simply one more data type within these networks, enabling WDCSN to provide cost-effective video transport across the globe.
End users in the education, entertainment, broadcast and production/post-production industries immediately benefit from being able to command compress and uncompressed data from anywhere near a backbone connection. Where the backbone connection is remote from the end-user, WinSonic transports analog and digital video signals to the backbone location or between local sites through dedicated fiber optic links.
In 1988-1990 Winston Johnson was a part of Video Flex a Bellcore R&D project with Regional Bell Companies Pacific Bell, Bell Atlantic, Bell South, Ameritech, NYNEX, Southwestern Bell, and AT&T.This project connected television networks in nine major U.S. cities, as a fiber optic alternative to interconnecting cities by satellite. As a result of this project Winston became a part of several Pacific Bell trials, experiments, and projects. One of the historical Pacific Bell projects was a special network was built to connect Industrial Lights and Magic in San Rafael, CA. to Steven Spielberg’s production Company Amblin Entertainment, on the Universal lot in Los Angeles. Spielberg used this solution to send computer generated dinosaurs for “Jurassic Park” back and forth between the two locations.
In addition, many high-quality corporate, educational, healthcare, government/military, and surveillance video applications also make use of both local fiber connectivity and remote SONET/SDH/ATM video network access enabled by WinSonic Digital Cable Systems Network and Winsonic Cloud, Ltd.
By approaching product design from the point of view of customer and carrier needs and requirements, WinSonic Digital Media Group, Ltd. has developed a range of solutions that fit seamlessly in both production facilities, cable carriers headend, and telephone central offices, enabling remotely-located facilities to operate as if they were in the same building. In fact, during the production of several blockbuster movies, WinSonic’s solutions have enabled users in various locations to edit film simultaneously in real time. Thus, WinSonic has created a trend and innovation to the way that motion pictures, television shows and other multimedia projects are completed. Moreover, since such processes provide tremendous savings in the budgets of film and television productions, WinSonic has created a prevailing demand for such services in the entertainment industry as well as other industries.
Technologies such as video and audio analog/digital conversion, program audio, intercom and data embedding, jitter management and elimination, SONET/SDH/ATM compliance, user-friendly equipment interfaces, and a highly developed software management control have made WinSonic solutions a popular choice for both carriers and end users throughout the world. In addition to transporting uncompressed digital video over 270 Mbps SMPTE 259/ITU-R 601/656 fiber network or 622 Mbps SONET OC-12c/SDH STM-4 ATM network, the network also reduces SMPTE 259M signals by using ITU J.80 “lossless” compression, permitting contribution-quality transmission over 140 Mbps E4 or 155 Mbps SONET OC-3c/SDH STM-1 network interfaces. While currently offering innovative products, using advanced transmission technologies such as Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing, WinSonic Digital Media Group, Ltd. will continue to develop leading-edge video transport solutions and systems, using high-speed SONET/SDH technology and MPEG/ATM protocol-based video multiplexing and transmission.
WinSonic is focused on providing new video transport technologies that meet the needs of the digital video age while giving current customers with future-proof, flexible, scalable solutions and world-class customer support. When a customer needs to deliver a high-quality video signal from here to anywhere, they can look to WinSonic for the video transport network solutions.
Eliminate the need for expensive satellite hook-ups. Connect students, employees and even customers through distance learning. WDCSN’s Advanced Video Services offer high-quality video and audio transmission alternatives at costs that are both controllable and affordable.
Delivering the solutions you need.
Save time and money by transmitting your video and audio files over WDCSN’s digital broadband network – the fast, affordable solution for distance learning, post-production and broadcast needs. Whether you are looking to improve existing video quality or control costs, we have the solution that can meet your needs. Broadcasters, educators, medical professionals or film producers – a variety of customers can reap the benefits of WDCSN.
WinSonic Digital Cable Systems Network can:
Satellite and microwave transmission require line-of-sight transmission and are subject to weather and radio frequency interference. WDCSN’s extensive fiber-optic network, however, delivers a high-quality video and audio signal in either one- or two-way transmission and in either two-point or multipoint configurations.
WDCSN’s Video Engineering and Operations teams are available throughout the country. Experts in designing, providing and supporting video networks, they will create customized service offerings that can meet customer requirements.
WDCSN understands that video transport is not just about bandwidth; it’s the solution to a communication challenge. Whether your challenge is developing a distance learning solution for a university or corporate training department, ensuring broadcast capability for live events or transporting media from here to there for postproduction editing, WDCSN has the expertise and the technology to help you succeed.
Bring High Speed and Quality Together at an Affordable Price
We understand the fast-paced, demanding world of pre-production, production, and post-production. Whether you’re editing offline or creating special effects, you want to move the media down the production line as quickly as possible, without a significant loss in quality. WDCSN meets all of these needs with uncompressed D1 video transmitted at 270 Mbps over our fiber-optic broadband networks.
You can transmit and receive on demand the highest quality signal available at a very competitive price. Plus, the service can allow you to manipulate and edit footage in real-time, complete with high-resolution video and embedded machine control. And WDCSN makes real-time editing a reality. WDCSN also gives you the freedom to use your preferred codec. It provides hassle-free analog-digital conversion.
D1 video allows you to manipulate broadcast-quality footage in real-time, miles away from the film. View dailies immediately after they are developed. Edit shots from across town or around the world. With WDCSN, you don’t have to wait for a courier, and you’re only on location if you want to be.
Get the Show on the Road Locally and Across the Country
Whatever your broadcasting needs, the show will never look or sound better than when you broadcast an uncompressed signal at 270 Mbps over WDCSN’s digital broadband network. WDCSN has built a comprehensive digital infrastructure, throughout local serving areas, providing access to powerful coast-to-coast fiber optic networks to deliver transmission quality that meets broadcast industry standards. Transmitting your signal across this network, you can instantly send and receive the highest quality video signal available.
WDCSN leads you into the broadband future with high-speed optical transmission and WDCSN’s value-adding features like:
Advanced Uncompressed Digital Video Service (AUDVS)
Advanced Uncompressed Digital Video Service (AUDVS) is a great way to get high-quality, one-way digital transmission for audio and video signals. AUDVS can handle multiple digital channels at the same time – either point-to-point or point-to-multipoint. Plus, it can transmit up to 16 National Television Systems Committee (NTSC) broadcast-quality video signals and up to four 20 kHz audio signals at a rate of 2.4 Gbps. The uncompressed digital format eliminates compression-related signal artifacts that can affect quality.
AUDVS is a cost-effective choice for simultaneously transporting multiple superior-quality digital channels. You can benefit from AUDVS if you need to:
Serial Component Video Service (SCVS)
Digital Television (DTV) promises to bring amazing broadcast-image resolution to the homes of millions of viewers. To spark the transition to digital broadcasting, all material prepared for broadcast must now meet the new DTV signal requirements established by the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE). WDCSN Serial Component Video Service (SCVS)* is the affordable solution for meeting the changing demands of producing, editing, and delivering digital broadcast material for the 21st Century.
While keeping costs low, SCVS can allow you to deliver very high-quality video signals and make a smooth transition to a high level of resolution in broadcasting. High-quality SCVS is ideal for:
Supertrunking Video Service (SVS)
Supertrunking Video Service (SVS) is a one-way transport solution for multiple video and audio channels that enables cable operators and other programming distributors to extend service to areas that are not yet connected – even to areas beyond the reach of traditional cable system amplifiers’ cascades. Its 750 MHz capacity can carry more channels than other carriers currently offer and it can be used for point-to-point transmission between headends, or between headends to hubs.
SVS is an ideal solution when you need to:
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