08.29.2007 10:48 AM
ADB to feature latest AVC, HD set-top boxes

Advanced Digital Broadcast (ADB) will feature a number of revenue-enhancing technologies and solutions designed to open new service and revenue opportunities for digital television operators at IBC2007.

ADB will showcase its latest range of IPTV AVC and HD set-top boxes that provide a complete product portfolio for cable, IPTV, satellite and terrestrial operators. The company will also present a number of solutions for push video on demand
(PVoD), multiroom content sharing and Internet TV/OTTTV.

Among the company’s new offerings will be:

  • ADB5810TWX, a digital video recorder designed for IPTV operators wishing to offer clients personal video recording. The unit is AVC based and compliant with SD and HD transmissions using MPEG-2 and MPEG-4.
  • The ADB3810TW combines IPTV, digital terrestrial television and HDTV in a single unit fitted with the latest single chip microprocessor.

See Advanced Digital Broadcast at IBC2007 in Stand 5.248 and IP213, or visit www.adbglobal.com.

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