Our ongoing collaboration with Multivirt has resulted in the creation of a flexible a product line to serve the unique needs of the digital television markets in India
New Delhi, India (PRWEB) January 14, 2016
VideoPropulsion® (OTC:VPTV) will be exhibiting with New Delhi based MultiVirt India Pvt Ltd at the 24th Convergence India 2016 trade show to be held 20-22 January in New Delhi, India in Hall 18 of Pragati Maidan. The two companies announced their collaboration early in 2015 and are demonstrating a range of low cost digital headend solutions that are tailored specifically for the Indian satellite and cable digital television markets.
The companies will be displaying a Multivirt integrated headend appliance capable of selectively receiving up to 300 channels of encrypted programming via DVB-S2 satellite, decrypting, transcoding from H.264 to MPEG2 (or MPEG2-to-H.264), re-encrypting, then re-modulating the MPEG digital television programs over QAM on a COAX network to DVB-C set top boxes (STB). The appliances employ VideoPropulsion’s preeminent, high-density MPEG Transcoder and DVB-C QAM modulator (ITU-T J.83 Annex A) PCIe cards.
MultiVirt is also displaying a system designed for the local cable operator (LCO) to inject up to 32 of its own local programs onto the COAX cable plant. The local supplied content is encoded into MPEG2 or H.264, then transmitted to the VideoPropulsion EdgeQAM where it is combined with over 120 Free-To-Air (FTA) channels for delivery to the STB. This makes a very affordable 150 channel headend for small remote operators.
Based on Videopropulsion high density transcoder cards they have also created very high density (over 300 stream) single box transcoding solution for Cable TV and OTT markets.
Also on display are single box solutions for local insertion of FTA (up to 80) channels specially designed for large MSO who carry signals across India on Fiber lines.
“We are pleased to be exhibiting at the 24th Convergence India to showcase our low-cost digital television solutions for the satellite and CATV markets”, said Rakesh Gupta, Founder & Director at MultiVirt. “These high-density low-cost products are a culmination of our efforts with our partner VideoPropulsion to support of the final phases of the digitization of television services in India.”
“Our ongoing collaboration with Multivirt has resulted in the creation of a flexible a product line to serve the unique needs of the digital television markets in India”, said Carl Pick, Founder, Chairman and Chief Scientist of VideoPropulsion. "Our ability to process large amounts of MPEG digital video streams at a fraction of the cost of competitive solutions enables us to deliver solutions that meet the unique requirements in India’s digitization mandates.”
MultiVirt India Pvt Ltd as a company was established in 1995 to cater to the growing markets of broadcast and multimedia in India. Since then they have become one of the leading pioneers in Digital Media technologies and applications. Their core competency has been consultancy, systems integration and turnkey project execution for broadcast, interactive multimedia, mobile and web-media. The Company also develops content and software applications for broadcast, web and mobile media.
For further information, contact:
Multivirt India Private Limited
101 A, Ashram Chowk, 2nd Floor
New Delhi 110014 India
+91-11-26340035, +91-11-26349290, +91-11-26342708
Now in it’s 40th year, VideoPropulsion has been a world leader in hardware and
software for high performance, low cost per stream, digital content manipulation, and has established a reputation for providing unique HDTV, VoD, and IPTV products. The Company offers revolutionary FloodGate satellite and CATV transcryption appliances as well as OEM computer modules for a variety of applications, including streaming, multiplexing, demultiplexing, modulation, demodulation, transcoding, encryption, and splicing MPEG formatted data.
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