09.11.2007 11:06 AM
RGB Networks, C-COR collaborate on delivering higher VOD capacity

RGB Networks and C-COR are working together on an integrated solution that enhances the delivery of on-demand digital video services, providing higher VOD content capacity and high-density digital advertising insertion.

At IBC2007 in Amsterdam, the companies showed RGB's Dynamic Bandwidth Manager (DBM) performing real-time statistical multiplexing on VOD streams delivered by C-COR's n5 Video Server, which allows delivery of 50 percent more programming in the same bandwidth without degrading image quality. A second IBC demonstration showed RGB's Broadcast Network Processor (BNP) working in conjunction with C-COR's n5 Video Server to splice digital advertisements into multiple ad zones.



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