Meet FlinQ.

Optimized for the full variety of screen-content:
Excel tables, fine text, natural video, CGI, video games, ...

FlinQ™ technology means "Flawless Link Quality". This is an innovative image processor invented by intoPIX that enables higher quality and a significant gain of efficiency for high performance and reliable visual communication with a very low power consumption. FlinQ™ technology delivers flawless video quality and display transmission over both wired and wireless links. 

It opens up a realm of new capabilities to manage pixel perfect 4K and 8K display and video content, leveraging existing IT infrastructures and networks with very low power consumption, while safeguarding micro-second latency.

The FlinQ technology and associated products are covered by one or more claims of patent, awarding intoPIX's hard work and innovation. 

The 30:1 FlinQ difference. 

Displays and video are everywhere to deliver us content with higher quality, higher dynamic range and higher resolutions. 
But these new technologies pose a serious challenge for continued connectivity due to extensive data rates and high bandwidth requirements.

Traditionally, there are 2 methods this problem is dealt with: 

Traditional method 1

Choosing large bandwidth streaming solutions
keeps quality high, but results in a high replacement cost, involving complex and power-hungry devices, cabling and infrastructures. 

Traditional method 2

Others settle for strong trade-offs and sacrifice quality through downsampling (from 444 to 420), traditional video compression (H264, HEVC, MJPEG) and other tricks that impact either quality, or latency or both at the same time.

The FlinQ method: 

FlinQ does not compromise and proposes a novel approach through innovative pixel processing, enabling better quality pixels with a smaller bandwidth usage. (about 30 times less bandwidth) 

​Technology benefits

Flawless processing
​on any content

Patented display and video modes enable recovery of all the original information 

Pixel perfect quality

At least 30 times less bandwidth. 

Natural video, CGI, and fine text without compression artifacts

Extremely low power
Innovative & patented method
Low resource
and memory usage
No latency
1/10th of a millisecond
(imperceptible to humans)
High flexibility
Any resolution, color depth or frame rate
Multi-video & display-format management
Any network.

​Applications & Implementations

It is essential to maintain image quality when connecting displays and videos over a network. 
4K and 8K links require no latency and optimal data rates in order to fit existing networks with about 30 times less bandwidth

Wireless display
4K over 1 GbE
8K over 2.5 GbE
Wireless display
      • Pixel perfect over wireless (e.g. via WiGig, Wifi-6, 5G, ...)
      • Down to 200 Mbps in 4K
      • Scalable up to 8K wireless

4K over 1 GbE
      • Standard CAT5e / 1Gbps Ethernet cables & switchers
      • Dual 4K screens possible
      • Pixel perfect over 1GbE

8K over 2.5 GbE
      • Standard CAT5e cables and  2.5 Gbps switchers
      • Pixel perfect over 2.5 GbE

Typical FlinQ video bitrates

Format Color subs.Bit depthConnectivity Data rate
4:4:4, 4:2:2, 4:2:0
8, 10, 12 Wired (CAT5e) & wirelessmax. 150 Mbps  
 4K4:4:4, 4:2:2, 4:2:0
 8, 10, 12 Wired (CAT5e) & wireless max. 500 Mbps 
8K4:4:4, 4:2:2, 4:2:0
 8, 10, 12 Wired (CAT5e) & wireless max. 2 Gbps

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Crestron's DM-NVX
Powered by intoPIX FlinQ

intoPIX FlinQ is at the center of Crestron's second generation DigitalMedia DM NVX AV-over-IP solutions, to deliver flawless video and still images at low bitrate to go with single or multiple streams over a standard 1 GbE network. 

Thanks to FlinQ, Crestron is able to provide a seamless distribution of any type of content - whether fine text, computer graphics, Excel spreadsheets, gaming, or natural video - without requiring heavy and expensive bandwidth. 


More information on FlinQ

Read the latest news about FlinQ on our blog, download press images and flyers, visit Crestron's DM-NVX page.
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