HHB appointed UK and Ireland distributor for BroaMan
Fiber infrastructure pioneers, BroaMan, have appointed HHB Communications Ltd. as their new UK and Ireland distributor. BroaMan, a fiber-based platform, has been delivering professional video, audio and data transport and routing requirements for 25 years.
“We are delighted to be working with HHB, whose pedigree and track record speak for themselves. Their appointment as our UK distributor ahead of the BVE Show in London could not be better timed,” added BroaMan Managing Director, Tine Helmle.
All products are designed and manufactured in Germany to integrate video, audio, IP, intercom and other data on a redundant low latency system. This provides highly reliable, professional and advanced solutions for broadcasters, production companies, sports facilities, professional AV integrators and more. Their range of clients includes ITV, BBC, France 24, the band Coldplay and many more.
HHB Director of Sales, Martin O’Donnell commented on the new appointment. “This unique partnership with BroaMan further proves HHB’s reputation as the ultimate supplier for all audio, video, data and GPIOs transport and systems solutions.”
Additionally, the newly announced Repeat48-2Fiber module made its debut at BVE. The product comes with two SFP cages and can be used to convert from multimode to singlemode fiber or to/from any CWDM or DWDM transceiver. The unit is a universal SFP-based signal converter, allowing any-to-any signal conversion.
BroaMan’s Technical Sales Manager, Maciek Janiszewski stated, "The new module complements the Repeat48 and Repeat48WDM series, making it fully flexible for literally any type of signal. Due to the fact that really high bandwidths are supported, it is now possible to fully integrate 12G video with IP video workflows and run all on the same fiber infrastructure — even on single fiber. As a result of the open SFP standard, the number of different signal combinations achievable is countless, which makes Repeat48 and Repeat48WDM devices perfect for any application."