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European Unveiling of Chyron HD/SD HyperX CG at IBC 2004 (3/9/2004)

Chyron Corporation (OTC BB: CYRO) has announced that the all-new, real-time HyperX multi-format CG platform will make its European debut at IBC2004. The HyperX uses next generation high-speed bus architecture with advanced 3D rendering engine technology to provide exceptional SD and HD performance.

The HyperX may be configured as an SD- or HD-only CG, or may output both SD and HD simultaneously. A typical configuration might include 2 SD channels, an HD channel, as well as an SD clip player. This would enable a station to be HD compliant with a native HD output, while still using the power of Chyron's real-time multi-channel with clips technology for its SD operation.

For sports or entertainment environments, the HyperX may be configured as a real-time HD CG. It may also be coupled with Clyps-HD, Chyron's new HD graphics clip server, with both devices being controlled by Lyric, Chyron's award-winning, format independent content creation and playout software. Chyron's SSX stillstore software is also available.

Launched at NAB2004, HyperX immediately received distinguished recognition for its technological advances from Broadcast Engineering Magazine who awarded its NAB "Pick Hit" Award based on HyperX's superior technology, ease of use and affordability.

According to Bill Hendler, Chyron's Chief Products Officer, "HyperX represents a real breakthrough in performance, flexibility, and capabilities. We are excited to be able to offer a product that continues Chyron's heritage of product innovation."

The HyperX is housed in a 4 RU frame and has triple redundant, hot swappable power supplies, up to 4GB of memory, and can support up to 10 drives. Almost all standard Chyron options are available.

www.chyron.com


 
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