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AJA XENA HD card helps ResearchChannel reach video conferencing landmark

The AJA XENA HD card has been used by ResearchChannel in a demonstration of two-way, uncompressed 1080i video conferencing between three locations: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (in Intel's booth at SC04), Seattle, Washington (at University of Washington (UW)), and Canberra, Australia (offices of AARNet (Australia's Research and Education Network).
A XENA HD card was in each location, installed in personal computers running on Microsoft Windows XP for both HD input and output.
“It was very exciting to see the success of this demo between Pittsburgh, Seattle, and Australia. We are pleased that our XENA HD card helped the ResearchChannel make history,” said John Abt, president of AJA Video. “AJA continually strives to design and manufacture products of the highest quality for our customers. As HD communications technologies move forward, we will be there to support the ever-changing technologies and the opportunities that they bring.”
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