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Appear TV helps cable operators double transmission network capacity quickly and easily

2010.05.03

New QAM output module helps operators address growing consumer demand for video services

Oslo and Cologne, 3rd May 2010

Appear TV, a global provider of nextgeneration head-ends for broadcast and IP television, will launch a new QAM output module in response to cable operators’ demands for increased transmission bandwidth. Consumers’ growing appetite for video is putting pressure on operators’ transport networks, which now need to handle services in
both analogue and digital services – and increasing volumes of HD video.

Appear TV helps cable operators add free-to-air DVB-T channels to cable packages

2010.05.03

DVB-T modulator removes technical complexity and integrates services into Electronic Programme Guides

Oslo and Cologne, 3rd May 2010:

Appear TV, a global provider of nextgeneration head-ends for broadcast and IP television, will launch a new DVB-T modulator module at ANGACable 2010 that helps cable operators seamlessly add digital terrestrial services to their programme bouquets. In recent months there has been an increasing trend for cable operators in some territories to capture local digital terrestrial services in order to reduce the need for subscribers to have
both cable and terrestrial reception in the home.

Appear TV helps broadcasters and operators add bulk at NAB 2010

2010.04.12

Latest modules increase broadcast decoding power by 30 times, enabling broadcasters and operators to add more HD to their subscription packages.

Oslo, Norway & Las Vegas, USA – April 12, 2010:

Appear TV, a global provider of next-generation head-ends for broadcast and IP television, will show broadcasters and operators how they can dramatically increase their decoding power. Under pressure from consumers to provide increasing amounts of content, including HD TV, Appear TV’s technology helps increase the number of channels that broadcasters and service providers can decode via a single chassis, from the current norm of one per chassis up to 30 high, and associated standard definition streams.

Appear TV helps broadcasters and operators tackle growing need for bulk descrambling at NAB 2010

2010.04.12

New technology helps broadcasters and operators address content industry’s growing requirement for tighter content security.

Oslo, Norway & Las Vegas, USA – April 12, 2010: 

Appear TV, a global provider of next-generation head-ends for broadcast and IP television, will demonstrate how its latest technology can help broadcasters and service providers descramble increasing numbers of content streams.

Facing an array of threats to their revenue from illegal copying and file-sharing, the content industry is increasingly placing stricter rules on the broadcast industry as part of license agreements to ensure its assets are protected at all times. This creates a number of problems for broadcasters and operators that Appear TV’s new bulk descrambling module helps to solve.

Appear TV enables IPTV operators to take the lead in multi-service delivery

2010.03.29

IP-based service providers now able to deliver the full range of voice, data, and video offerings using FTTH last-mile solutions.

Appear TV, a global provider of next-generation head-ends for broadcast and IP television, is demonstrating how it is helping European telcos and broadband and IPTV service providers to move ahead of the competition in their video, voice and data services offerings.