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Multiscreen and DVB-T/T2 at CommunicAsia 2012

2012.06.18

CommunicAsia, Singapore, stand 1N3-07 June 19-22 2012.

June 18 2012 - Appear TV, a leading global provider of next-generation head-ends for broadcast and IP television, today announced that visitors to its CommunicAsia 2012 stand (1N3-07) will be able to see demonstrations of its new multiscreen & OTT solutions based on its leading modular head-end architecture, which includes Appear TV’s unique range of encoding and transcoding solutions.

“CommunicAsia 2012 sees us launch our multiscreen & OTT transcoding hardware solutions to reduce the complexity for broadcasters and telcos providing professional quality OTT services in a multiscreen environment,” says Carl Walter-Holst, CEO, Appear TV. “We believe that our high-density hardware solutions provide the best combination of quality and reliability for OTT and multiscreen distribution and look forward to demonstrating this on our CommunicAsia 2012 stand.”

Appear TV gives Vodafone Portugal customers TV services in the home

2012.06.12

Vodafone Portugal Has Deployed Appear TV’s Modular Head-End Solution. Providing simulcast Analogue SD services with DVB-T Modulated HD services over FTTH

ANGA Cable, Cologne, stand #10.1/T10 June 12-14 2012

June 12 2012 - Appear TV, a global provider of next-generation head-ends for broadcast and IP television, today announced that Vodafone Portugal has deployed its modular head-end chassis architecture, combining analogue RF and COFDM modulation modules. This solution is a powerful and efficient method of providing subscribers access to both analogue SD and digital HD services over Vodafone’s FTTH network.

Stofa chooses Appear TV Transcoding Headends

2012.06.12

ANGA Cable, Cologne, stand #10.1/T10 June 12-14 2012

Appear TV, a leading global provider of next-generation head-ends for broadcast and IP television, today announced that it has collaborated with long-standing partner Stofa, the triple play Danish cable operator, to expand Stofa’s service offering through provision of Appear TV’s transcoding solutions. The project, which is now live, has MPEG-2 services received at Stofa’s media centre by satellite, the 180 channels are transcoded to MPEG-4 and groomed by Appear TV’s Transcoding Head-Ends and then distributed to Stofa’s cable customers over its existing network.

Packet Reconstruction Solution Maximises IP Video Transport Efficiency

2012.04.16

NAB, Las Vegas Convention Centre, SU6507, Las Vegas – April 16, 2012

Appear TV, a leading global provider of next-generation head-ends for broadcast and IP television, today announced the launch of the industry’s most advanced IP seamless switching technology across its range of head-ends.

This new switch performs seamless switching, where two independent multicast networks rings are monitored for packet loss and switched to ensure the output is the better of the two. This is enhanced with new functionality that monitors both networks simultaneously to ”reconstruct” the original data on the basis that the two networks are independent and will therefore not be subject to the same degradations, such as packet loss, at exactly the same time.

Red Intercable Efficiently Distribute Content to Affiliates throughout Argentina

2012.04.16

NAB, Las Vegas Convention Centre, SU6507, Las Vegas – April 16, 2012

Appear TV, a leading global provider of next-generation head-ends for broadcast and IP television, today announced that it has supplied head-ends to Red Intercable, a leading video service provider and content aggregator servicing more than 200 cable operators in Argentina, reaching over 500 towns and cities. These solutions enable the operator to distribute its programming to affiliate cable operators throughout Argentina. The Appear TV supplied head-ends are live at 38 sites, the rollout will continue throughout 2012/3 and it is envisaged that Red Intercable will use Appear TV head-ends to reach over 200 operators.