05.03.2007 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Kasenna, HP, Intel complete 1 million IPTV subscriber test

Kasenna has teamed with HP and Intel to complete a 1 million IPTV subscriber benchmark test for broadcast television and bandwidth-intensive video on demand (VOD) services.

The benchmark test proved that an IPTV infrastructure developed by Kasenna with HP and Intel could support 1 million subscribers.

The IPTV infrastructure test bed, built around Kasenna's Portal TV product suite, consisting of the LivingRoom middleware platform and MediaBase video server software, used industry-standard HP ProLiant servers powered by Intel low-power Dual-Core Xeon processors. The test was conducted in a simulated access network environment at the HP Communications, Media and Entertainment (CME) Solution Center in Grenoble, France.

For more information, visit www.kasenna.com/1m and www.hp.com/go/iptv.



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