08.15.2007 12:00 AM
SeaChange Targets HDTV, IPTV and VOD at IBC
At IBC2007, SeaChange International will demonstrate its full line of HD broadcast systems and latest end-to-end IPTV platform:

  • The MediaClient 6000 series software codecs provide an HD transmission server for the transition from SD.

  • The Broadcast MediaLibrary BML6000ex and BML24000ex transmission storage systems offer centralized online access to any video/audio file on any device, helping to streamline operations from capture to on-air.

  • The Broadcast MediaLibrary ML1G nearline storage server gives broadcasters low-cost media storage and high-quality play-to-air streaming capabilities for disaster recovery and backup purposes.
The SeaChange TV Platform is a complete IPTV solution for seamless interaction between users, applications and IP-connected devices with a modular architecture based on open web standards. TV Platform includes advanced electronic program guides and convergence applications like video-on-demand, targeted advertising, consumer-generated content, games-on-demand, caller ID on TV and more.

The SeaChange MediaServer Flash Streamer is a 100-percent flash memory-based solution that decouples on-demand streaming from disk-based content storage, so television operators can push their streaming resources to the network edge and deploy centralized content libraries.

SeaChange International will be at Stand 1.435.

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