Lab X Technologies has introduced the Titanium 411 Audio Video Bridging (AVB) Gigabit Ethernet Switches. Supporting IEEE 802.1 Audio Video Bridging standards, the Titanium 411 is specifically designed for the demanding needs of Audio Video (AV)-networking applications.

Coupling Lab X’s Audio Video Bridging (AVB) standards experience with ruggedized connectors, industry standard SFP-supporting long haul fiber, additional copper connections and flexible mounting options, Titanium 411 is capable of handling hundreds of Audio-Video media streams per AVB port.

“Lab X has seen a vast number of unique applications, where neither traditional high-port count IT nor consumer-grade low-port switches met demanding industry needs,” stated Lee Minich, president, Lab X. “Titanium 411 is the first Ethernet switch supporting IEEE 802.1 Audio Video Bridging standards, designed specifically for the unique, rugged requirements of Audio Video (AV)-network installations.”

Titanium 411 applications include ‘flying’ mount deployments to networked line arrays and speaker clusters, fiber runs to remote networked equipment in space-constrained areas, and on-stage and FOH networking needs.