04.25.2006 08:00 AM
DG2L rolls out hybrid Neuron 2000 set-top box

DG2L Technologies introduced the Neuron 2000 1080i high-definition, hybrid set-top-box supporting Internet Protocol (IP) standards, DVB and ATSC broadcast services with H.264 AVC compression support at NAB2006.

The Neuron 2000 enables broadcasters and network operators to leverage both traditional one-way broadcast as well as two-way interactive IP delivery.

The Neuron 2000 is the second in a series of DG2L's line of Neuron set-top-boxes based on the MPEG-4 compression standard. The new hybrid box also supports advanced interactive television services, such as personal video recording.

For more information, visit www.dg2l.com.

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