Monthly Archives: July 2006

IPTV Content Ingest

Digital Rapids Releases Powerful Stream 2.3 Software UpdateJuly 31, 2006

Digital Rapids has released version 2.3 of the Stream software. The Stream software provides a simple, streamlined interface for video and audio ingest, encoding, transcoding and distribution with Digital Rapids DRC-Stream, StreamZ and StreamZHD media encoding systems.

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Backspace Shores-Up IPTV Walled GardenJuly 29, 2006

Backspace Communications, LLC has announced today that they have completed their final round of content acquisition for their Expanded Basic Lineup. With a carefully crafted package, Backspace is now prepared for a major Walled Garden Launch.

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IPTV Wikis Podcasts and Blogs

New online demo by BBC’s Head of Learning spreads word on “Podcasts, wikis and blogs”July 27, 2006

Datmedia and Ambient Performance announce the launch of a free online and mobile briefing the use of ‘Podcasts, wikis and blogs’ for knowledge sharing at the BBC, featuring Head of BBC Training and Development, Nigel Paine.

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Video over WiFi

Provu Module Delivers Real Time Video Reliably Over WiFiJuly 27 2006

Wireless video specialist ProVision Communications announced its first wireless video product, the PrOvu 100, today. The PrOvu 100 is a module for transmitting live video reliably over WiFi networks, and overcomes the quality and reliability problems usually associated with delivering live video over WiFi. This opens up WiFi for the many applications where high quality real-time video is essential – ranging from sports events to surveillance/monitoring.

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Ericsson provides TDC with VDSL2 based high performance broadband

TDC has deployed VDSL2 broadband technology in Denmark to deliver Triple Play services, including Internet, IP Telephony and IPTV, over a High-Performance Broadband architecture. The VDSL2 system is now in field test.

VDSL2 is the next major DSL broadband technology and the first to allow Ethernet end-to-end architectures, which will simplify networks. The early availability of VDSL2 systems will be key for vendor interoperability testing processes in 2006.

Dan Sörensson, Chief Technology Officer, TDC, says: “Ericsson has met our requirements for the current EDA ADSL2+ rollout and likewise demonstrated IP/Ethernet-based DSL solutions that also let us move forward into the VDSL2 market, in line with our ambition of always being first with the fastest offerings for our customers.”

Martin Mellor, head of Broadband Access at Ericsson, says: “We are very pleased to extend our cooperation with TDC into a new technological area. TDC’s ambitious goals allow us to continually improve our EDA solutions and remain at the technological forefront, as we approach the VDSL2 market with great expectations.”

Ericsson addresses the VDSL2 market with a fully featured IP/Ethernet system that builds on the extensive experience gained from three years of EDA field deployments.

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