The new range of AvediaStream TVgateways, to be launched at IBC 2014, provide a secure solution for the distribution of SD and HD video
Edinburgh, 29 July2014 –Exterity (IBC stand 14.H13), the leading provider of professional IPTV technologies for the secure distribution of live, on-demand and recorded video over IP, today announced that it is to launch a new range of its market leading AvediaStream TVgateways at IBC 2014.
These new Exterity solutionsenable organizations to receive and securely distribute multiple video streams simultaneously. The new TVgateways can ingest broadcast streams from eight multiplexers via eight tuners in one blade, saving rack space in server rooms, reducing power consumption and making them the highest performing and compelling, professional live broadcast acquisition product available.
Aware of the needs to effectively and efficiently capture and stream live broadcasts from any original signal, Exterity developed new TVgateways that support multiple input/output streams, effectively enabling broadcasters and pro-AV installers to utilize a single head-end to stream all content scalable volumes of end point receivers.
These next generation high-density octo-gateways can process up to eight multiplexes in a single blade from cable, terrestrial and satellite sources.
The new AvediaStream TVgateways include:
- g4415 Satellite gateway: Dual DVB-S/S2 & Conditional Access Module (CAM) plus integration with Arris SecureMedia encryptor
- g4445 Terrestrial and cable gateway: Quad DVB-T/T2/C/C2 2 CAMs To interoperate with leading encryption technologies for ingesting and streaming protected content.
- g4448 Terrestrial and cable gateway: Dual RF inputs feeding eight DVB-T/T2/C/C2 tuners per blade for free-to-air TV and radio channel
- g4418 Satellite gateway: Octal DVB-S/S2 supporting eight tuners per blade.
“The demand for professional IPTV in Europe grows as more businesses recognize the benefit of leveraging their existing IP network investment to distribute increasing volumes of live broadcast and internal video content throughout their organization. This has placed more pressure on TVgateway performance and we believe these fourth generation TVgateway blades provide the most intelligent and dexterous solution to this challenge,” said Colin Farquhar, CEO, Exterity. “By employing the new Exterity TVgateways, our customers benefit from a single, easily swappable and future-proofed solution, enabling them to focus their energies into their core activity, safe in the knowledge that this system is robust and flexible enough to deal with the demands of multiple IPTV streams.”