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QuStream to Release QFX DL-DVI

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QuStream Corporation will showcase its range of PESA routing equipment on Booth 5235 during InfoComm 2009. QuStream will be showing a number of new products at InfoComm in the routing, fiber and control space to deliver high-definition full motion video.

QuStream is proud to announce the innovative QFX DL-DVI which allows DVI and 3G signals to be extended over both copper or fiber. The QFX DL-DVI units are compact media extenders that allow long distance video transport of DVI, VGA, RGB, and RGBHV signals up to 1920x1200@60Hz over a single copper or fiber interface cable. They can be used as part of a switch matrix or as stand-alone distribution modules.


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