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ViewCast Doubles Streaming Media Processing Power with Niagara 7550

ViewCast Corporation announced immediate availability of the Niagara 7550. The newest release in the Niagara 7500 series, the Niagara 7550 takes advantage of the latest multi-core processing technology, greatly expanding its adaptive streaming capabilities and making it the most powerful, feature-rich streaming appliance for Web-based delivery of high-definition video currently available from ViewCast. By enabling …

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EUTELSAT’s KA-SAT HIGH THROUGHPUT SATELLITE GOES LIVE

Eutelsat Communications announced the commercial entry into service of its KA-SAT High Throughput Satellite, marking the official launch of its new-generation Tooway™ broadband service. Eutelsat’s high-capacity all Ka-band system, combining satellite and on-ground infrastructure, opens a new chapter in the market for satellite-based IP services. As a powerful new platform for delivering high-bandwidth services to …

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Eutelsat’s KA-SAT high throughput satellite goes live

Eutelsat Communications announced the commercial entry into service of its KA-SAT High Throughput Satellite, marking the official launch of its new-generation Tooway™ broadband service. Eutelsat’s high-capacity all Ka-band system, combining satellite and on-ground infrastructure, opens a new chapter in the market for satellite-based IP services. As a powerful new platform for delivering high-bandwidth services to …

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ZDF to launch all channels in HD

German public broadcaster ZDF plans to launch all its digital thematic channels in HD after the analogue satellite switch-off on April 30, 2012, said Carl-Eugen Eberle, legal counsel at ZDF. “We plan to bring all ZDF channels in HD quality from May 1, 2012,” he added. This includes ZDFneo, ZDFinfo and ZDFKultur. The money saved …

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Romtelecom/OTE toughen it out

The Romanian incumbent telco Romtelecom ended the first quarter with 1,064,710 subscribers to its satellite, cable and IPTV services. Although this was 14.9% more than in the same period last year, it arguably represented a slowdown in growth in the take-up of its highly successful DTH service Dolce. Its cable operation NextGen meanwhile pursued a …

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SES to invest eur 34 million

In a foundation stone laying ceremony, SES S.A. celebrated its EUR 34 million investment in a new state-of-the-art satellite control facilities at its Betzdorf campus as well as in an additional Business Center. The construction project will include a new Technical Building with associated office space to handle future needs for SES’ expanding global satellite …

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Matrox Announces Capture Devices for Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder

Matrox Video Products Group announced support for Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder software with Matrox MXO2 I/O devices. The Matrox MXO2 family offers a full range of capture hardware solutions ideal for feeding live content to Adobe Flash Media Server software. Applications include field journalism, sports, live events, and distance learning. The MXO2 devices work …

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APS opens new playout centre

SES Astra has announced that its 100% owned subsidiary Astra Platform Services (APS) has opened a new playout centre in Unterföhring near Munich. With the new centre, one of the most important and modern technical hubs of its kind in Europe, APS will significantly expand its capabilities to provide broadcasters and production houses around the …

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Optibase Announces Low-Latency Portable HD/SD H.264 Encoding Appliance

Optibase announced that it will present at NAB 2011 the most advanced multi-channel portable H.264 encoder ‘ a low-latency platform, powered by TurboVideo’ technology, that’s faster, denser, more powerful and more cost effective than any encoder now on the market. The MGW Micro Premium is Optibase’s most advanced industrial-grade, MPEG-4 H.264 encoding and streaming appliance. …

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Google Acquires Green Parrot Pictures

Google has acquired digital video technology company Green Parrot Pictures to improve the quality of videos uploaded to its YouTube service, the tech giant announced Tuesday. Green Parrot Pictures was founded by engineering professor Anil Kokaram of Trinity College, Dublin, who has spent the last six years working with a small team of engineers to …

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DVB-RCS2 meets with approval

At the 67th Meeting of the Steering Board, the DVB approved the first two of three DVB-RCS2 specifications for the 2nd generation DVB interactive satellite system. DVB-RCS2 takes advantage of state-of-the art technology that gives substantial enhancements over 1st generation systems, as well as a decade of research and experience. DVB-RCS2 is natively developed for …

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On Demand Group and Inview Technology to Launch VOD on Connected TVs

Demand Group announced an agreement to launch both transactional video-on-demand and subscription video-on-demand services on millions of connected TV sets in major European countries, starting in Italy in the second quarter of this year. Inview’s revolutionary NEELiX platform is incorporated in millions of TV sets and includes a fully integrated electronic programme guide, media browser …

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