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Appear TV provides TTK with Simulcast Head-ends

2013.04.08

MOSCOW, APRIL 8, 2013 — Appear TV (NAB Booth SU7605), a leading global provider of next-generation headends for broadcast and IP television, is pleased to announce that its Modular Headend System has been chosen by TTK, Russia’s leading fiber-optic network operator to deploy a simulcast solution providing 120 Digital and 60 analog TV channels across Russia distributed over its high data capacity fiber network backbone.

 
Appear has provided a centralized Satellite Downlink Headend to aggregate the services via satellite and decrypt prior to distribution over IP using TTK’s fiber network. In the first phase of the deployment TTK has successfully set up the first 23 regional sites that receive the services over the TTK network via IP and simulcast 120 digital channels via 32 digital QAM-optimized carriers with 60 analog TV channels modulated as RF (PAL/SECAM) to provide customers with both SD and HD services. An additional 36 Regional headend sites are currently being deployed as a second phase and will result in TTK installing 100 Appear TV Modular Regional Simulcast Headends throughout its Russian Federation sites.

Magyar Telekom Deploys Appear TV Regional Head-ends

2013.03.19

Oslo, Norway – 19 March, 2013

Magyar Telekom Deploys Appear TV Regional Head Ends to Enhance Hungary’s T-Home Cable Service

Appear TV, a leading global provider of next-generation head-ends for broadcast and IP television, today announced that Magyar Telekom, whose major owner is Deutsche Telekom, has selected Appear TV head ends to maximize the efficiency, flexibility and cost-savings generated by centralizing control of its cable infrastructure for its T-Home cable offering. The solutions were installed and tested by Appear TV’s Hungarian business partner, HFC Technics, and are now live.

 

ANDINA LINK 2013, DVB/T & T2, Cable, Satellite, IPTV & OTT

2013.02.26

Appear TV’s Modular Headends on Display  at Andina Link 2013

Option for Terrestrial DVB/T & T2, Cable, Satellite, IPTV & OTT

Cartagena, COLOMBIA, February 26, 2013 — Appear TV, a leading global provider of next-generation headends for broadcast and IP television, will highlight its end-to-end headend solutions for terrestrial digital broadcast at Andina Link 2013 (Stand 5 Area A). On exhibit at the show will be DVB/T and T2 systems solutions in addition to its unified Video Head End chassis incorporating the new high-quality, high-density encoder and transcoder modules.

Appear TV IBC Launch of DVB-T2 Gateway

2012.09.07

IBC 2012, Amsterdam, RAI, stand 1.C61, 7-11 September 2012.

September 7 2012 - Appear TV, a leading global provider of next-generation head-ends for broadcast and IP television, today announced that the IBC launch of its DVB-T2 gateway means that it can now provide the only true end-to-end system for DVB-T/T2. Appear TV DVB-T/T2 designed and built solutions include all the elements required to complete a DVB terrestrial platform head-end including statistical multiplexing for increased bandwidth efficiency.

IBC Sees Broadcast Quality Multiscreen Delivery

2012.09.03

IBC 2012, Amsterdam, RAI, stand 1.C61, 7-11 September 2012.

September 3 2012 - Appear TV, a leading global provider of next-generation head-ends for broadcast and IP television, today announced that visitors to IBC will be able to see the first full demonstration of its new multiscreen & OTT solutions based on its leading modular head-end architecture, including Appear TV’s unique range of encoding and transcoding solutions.

“Our customers tell us that multiscreen is becoming a must have, those that have launched with first generation solutions also tell us they have not always met operational efficiency and quality of service expectations,” says Carl Walter-Holst, CEO, Appear TV. “We’re meeting these issues head on by the IBC launch of our hardware-based multiscreen offering that can co-exist with existing head ends solutions or be deployed with everything required from content acquisition through to content delivery in a broadcast quality head-end chassis.”