UBEX is an unrivaled AV-over-IP device that delivers pixel-accurate 4K60 video in real-time, from live events to E-sports to XR applications with Dolby Atmos capabilities for the ultimate immersive experience.
Pixel Accurate Delivery
UBEX is capable to manage uncompressed 4K60 4:4:4 signals for the ultimate visual experiences.
A 0.01 ms latency that is undetectable for the human eye guarantees lag-free extension.
3in1 - Freedom in System Design
UBEX can replace 3 devices by essentially being a receiver, a transmitter and a transceiver in one box.
The Show Must Go on
Wide range of redundancy features ensure complete peace of mind during critical operations.
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UBEX brings a vast difference into AV operations through a powerful combination of capabilities unmatched by any other device on the market.
The Best of Both Worlds
No More Confusion – Just Confidence
If needed, we can assist you from the very first step of project design to delivering a complete package so you can rest assured that the system won’t let you down and you can meet deadlines.
Fully Configured System, Tested and Delivered
We include network switchers, SFP modules, optical cables and UBEX endpoints in the package
Bring Your System to the Next Level with UBEX
UBEX was designed to do not limit system designers and integrators to certain IT components, instead, being readily available to be used on industry-accepted IT infrastructures.
In previous projects, UBEX was successfully integrated with a wide range of existing equipment, including
One of the key features for winning this project was the uncompressed video. This client is a video game company. They are looking at the pixels in a way that maybe traditional board room people aren’t, so they wouldn’t consider anything compressed. They wanted HDMI 2.0, uncompressed, no matter what.
Head of Research and Development
UBEX enabled us to push the boundaries of technology and innovation. We can deliver truly uncompressed content without any degradation in our signal from camera, playback and projector. We integrated UBEX because of the lossless quality, incredible flexibility and reliable video routing.
Executive Vice President of Technology and Content
- Truly uncompressed AV-over-IP content without any signal degradation (lossless quality)
- High bit-depth, more color information and higher resolution
- Direct connectivity to different inputs and components
- Flexibility for expansion (future growth)
- Direct manufacturer contact (design, configuration, technical support)
One of the key challenges I had through this migration was to safeguard the integrity of the original video content,[...] Not only were we able to achieve this, but ended up adding an extra punch to our outputs, creating even more magic for the audience. This was thanks to the combination of the disguise VFC card capabilities, and the signal carrier, Lightware Ubex, which allowed for an increase in resolution, and considerable gain in surface coverage per projector.
& Immersive Experiences
& Stage Events
Customize Your Own
Handles up to 8x4 (column x row) display devices
More different layouts for the same video wall
Create zones within the video wall
Works in both receiver and transceiver operation modes as well
Interactive GUI in the LDC software for the easier handling
Easily applicable display bezel and gap correction
In the world of premium entertainment, whether it is movies, games or live events, Dolby Atmos is synonymous with unparalleled quality and crystal-clear audio.
Lightware's UBEX comes with Dolby Atmos support to make sure the same uncompromising quality is matched for audio signals for the ultimate live event experience.
Our Product Range
4K UHD @ 60Hz 4:4:4 uncompressed AV over IP via 20 Gbps designed for rental and professional users; dual channel 4K transmitter, receiver or transceiver with scaling and multi stream, including two 10G SFP+ multimode fiber modules with two Neutrik OpticalCON DUO connectors and EtherCON control port.
Operates over 10G Ethernet networks with 2x10G links
Can fit into systems with legacy components
Great compatibility with off-the-shelf networking equipment
End-to-end redundancy and double scaling
Uncompressed signals up to 4K60 4:4:4
Save rack space and streamline operations
Works great with off-the-shelf hardware
Devices are automatically discovered on the fly almost instantaneously.
Boot time (18.4sec).
It can take 2-3 minutes for the competition. Long boot time results in high maintenance cost and low trust from the management.
Front Panel Display
Helps to identify problematic units without the need of connecting control laptop via Ethernet. The front panel control can be disabled.
Noise is barely audible even with hearing aid set to maximum sensitivity.
Solid and firm
Solid and firm hardware design. Packed into a relatively low weight housing.
Switch between video sources in less than a second.
Easy to get into
The programming interface is easy to get into. The entire network setup can be made in less than a day.
Manufactured in Europe. Green transportation, availability of the developers.
Flexibility With Modules
UBEX devices come with a wide range of connectivity features for enhanced functionality, redundancy and safety, from user-exchangeble SFP modules to Neutrik connectors.
Neutrik OpticalCON DUO
Neutrik Powercon True1
Neutrik OpticalCON QUAD
Rewatch our training materials revolving around the features and benefits offered by USB-C technology in various Lightware devices and learn more about how to best utilize these to bring your AV operation to the next level.
Our 5-part 'IP Fundamentals for AV Professionals' webinar series with a 'stepping-stone' structure to dedicated to help you better understand why and how to set up network parameters for Lightware AV over IP products.
IP Fundamentals for AV Professionals Part I.
Managing IP addresses, What 'subnet masks' are and why are they needed, The importance of OSI Layers (1-4), Key differences between public and private networks.
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IP Fundamentals for AV Professionals Part IV.
Basics of AV over IP via 1G networks, VINX product overview, Communication principles, Configuration tutorial
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