MegaChips and Xingtera Power Camera Deployment
Mutual offering eliminates requirement for more cabling and power
SAN JOSE, Calif., Aug. 3, 2015
SAN JOSE, Calif. , Aug. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — MegaChips Corporation today announced that its VoC technology is integrated into the Xingtera Ethernet to Coax Converter with Power-over-Coax (PoC) (1*RJ45/1*BNC), eliminating the need for additional cabling for power. Available now at the Xingtera store, the new converter powers IP cameras via existing coax cable, saving time and expense of installations for camera makers in the security and surveillance industry.
“Worldwide deployment of HD cameras is increasing, and providing cost-effective products for these installations is essential,” said Koichi Akeyama, president of MegaChips Technology America Corporation. “We are pleased to work with Xingtera to make available a product that lowers cost and time of camera installation on existing coax cable where there is no AC power available.”
David Chin , VP of marketing at Xingtera, said, “Partnering with MegaChips has enabled us to offer Ethernet to Coax Converters that help the security and surveillance industry transition from analog to digital video with ease. Offering a PoC product so no additional power is needed for the IP camera is one way to simplify this transition.”
Xingtera Ethernet to Coax Converter with Power-over-Coax (1*RJ45/1*BNC), / MegaChips VoC Highlights
- High speed OFDM signal transmit on Coaxial cable
- Remote powering over coax cable
- Maximum transmission distance of 3Km(@30Mbps)
- Maximum throughput of 92Mbps(<1000m)
- Industrial operating temperature
- 12V DC power supply, power dissipation less than 1.6W
Xingtera, established in 2010 by industry veterans, is set to become one of the most recognizable and brightest stars in the Communication IC market. As a fabless IC company, Xingtera focuses on developing disruptive technologies to address four large markets: Home Networking, IP Camera Connectivity, Next-gen Access Network Infrastructure and Internet of Things (IoT).
Xingtera has been developing ITU-T G.hn-based any-wire modern ICs since its inception. We advocate G.hn + Low power WiFi integrated solution as the home network of choice worldwide. www.xingtera.com
MegaChips Corporation (1st section of the TSE (Tokyo Stock Exchange): 6875) was established in 1990 as the first innovative fabless LSI company in Japan dedicated to ASICs and SOCs with integrating LSIs and systems/applications knowledge. Its focus is on the development of cutting-edge SOCs incorporating original algorithms and architecture in the areas of imaging, audio, and telecommunications, and using the advances it achieves to offer outstanding products and solutions that meet the needs of its clients. MegaChips’ products and technologies are targeting to Mobile, Wearable devices and IoT applications. For additional information, please visit: http://www.megachips.co.jp/english/index.html.
About MegaChips Technology America Corporation (“MegaChips America”)
MegaChips America is a wholly owned subsidiary of MegaChips Corporation headquartered in Osaka, Japan . MegaChips and MegaChips America are fabless LSI companies, focused on the development of system LSIs and system products that incorporate original algorithms and architecture. Customers use MegaChips solutions for their office automation, networking and storage needs in a wide range of areas, including imaging, audio, home networking, security and communications environments. MegaChips America is headquartered in San Jose, California , with design centers at Osaka , Tokyo and Chiba in Japan and Bangalorein India of MegaChips Corporation. For more information, contact the company at 408-570-0555, or visit http://www.megachips.us.
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