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  • SFP vs BaseT Cabling Technologies

Video: SFP vs BaseT Cabling Technologies

When it comes to choosing the right cable for your high-speed imaging system, SFP technologies are superior to BaseT for several reasons — including the fact that SFP offers virtually unlimited speeds and cable lengths while consuming significantly less power. Check out this comparison video to learn more about the benefits of SFP technologies for [...]

October 15, 2020|Resources|
  • Cable length from 1m to 10km

The Emergent Difference – Cable Length From 1m to 10km

After discussing server performance and accurate synchronization with multiple cameras in previous blog posts,  it's now time to look into Emergent's third advantage - cable lengths, and cabling options. Many applications, for example in stadiums, arenas, or large warehouses will require cameras to be setup far away from the host servers. If we compare [...]

September 4, 2020|Resources|
  • All about 50 and 100GigE white paper

White Paper: 50 and 100 GigE FAQs

FAQ's Both 50GigE and 100GigE are successors to the highly successful 25GigE technology. Logically, 50GigE is twice the speed of 25GigE and 100GigE is four times the speed of 25GigE. All are managed/produced by the IEEE 802.3 working group. The standard is used in applications such as telecom, data communications, industrial, military, etc, [...]

September 1, 2020|Resources|
  • High-Speed, High-Data-Rate Systems With Low CPU Utilization

Video: High-Speed, High-Data-Rate Systems With Low CPU Utilization

When it comes to choosing a high-speed camera for your imaging application, there are many options, including 10GigE, 25GigE, 100GigE, USB3, Camera Link, Camera Link HS, CoaXPress, and CoaXPress 2.0. Each camera type offers different features and benefits, but with high-speed, high-data-rate imaging applications, CPU utilization and memory bandwidth can be exhausted if the [...]

July 14, 2020|Resources|