AJA was founded by engineer John Abt in 1993. Today the company employs over 200 people worldwide, building industry-leading video capture cards, digital recording devices, video routers, frame synchronizers and scalers, digital converters and professional 4K cameras.
After great success initially with an industry-leading line of Mini- Converters, AJA expanded into the burgeoning desktop video market in 2000. The company’s inaugural line of KONA video capture and playback cards quickly established AJA’s reputation for delivering the highest-quality desktop video products. In addition to the KONA family of video I/O cards for the Mac and Windows PCs, AJA’s growing product line also extended to include the innovative “Io” Thunderbolt desktop video products and trend-setting Ki Pro family of portable and rack-mountable file-based recorders.
The Ki Pro family of digital file recorders and players cover a range of raster, codec and connectivity needs in different formats suited for the field, equipment rack or facility.
For standalone H.264 recording and streaming and Io 4K and Io 4K plus for multi-channel I/O streaming needs
AJA’s FS range of 1RU frame synchronizers and multi-capable converters cover your needs from SD to 4K, 1 to 4 channels of HD support and advanced workflows including real-time HDR transforms, with the incredible FS-HDR
KUMO routers range from 16x2 to 64x64 for 3G-SDI format agnostic routing with convenient control and Salvo recall and configuration with the KUMO CP2 control panel.
For critical broadcast applications, AJA openGear compatible converter cards, many with Dashboard support, provide the highest levels of quality and reliability for use in OG frames including the new OG-X-FR.