10.10.2012 11:38 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Motorola Mobility adds 10 new models of IP, cable set-tops

 

Motorola Mobility extended its IP and cable set-tops offerings with the launch of 10 new models designed to give service providers in EMEA smarter, more energy-efficient options for delivering new entertainment experiences, including entertainment everywhere (multiscreen support), over the top (OTT), time-shift TV and gaming.

The new IPTV set-tops build on the global success of the KreaTV application platform, an open system that ensures flexibility in deployment as well as smooth systems integration. Each supports high-quality IPTV services, such as HD broadcast, time shift, on-demand, OTT, and interactive applications.

Among the new set-top boxes are the compact, cost-effective VIP1103 and VIP1113. Both offer:

  • Motorola's small and stylish IPTV client
  • A Diminutive, energy-efficient design
  • RF remote control (VIP1113) allows hidden installation, such as behind the TV
  • Support for OTT, multi-room or entry-level IPTV deployments
  • Optional SD card reader (VIP1113) for time-shifting and other applications.


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