10.01.2008 08:00 AM
Suitcase TV unveils TimePlus range of delay servers

Suitcase TV has launched a new range of TimePlus delay servers that enable high-quality video to be recorded without compression, preserving the full integrity of VBI information.

TimePlus servers are ideal for running program services across multiple time zones, or for providing +1-style services for anything between one and 50 hours of delay.

Complex VBI data can suffer from degradation when exposed to the slings and arrows of compression algorithms. The ability of TimePlus to retain data integrity in an uncompressed form via Suitcase TV’s TeraStor mass storage device — designed to provide highly reliable, cost-effective storage for exceptionally large volumes of high-quality video — means that broadcasters can ensure the highest possible picture quality without fear of VBI data corruption during recording, storage and distribution.

For more information, visit www.suitcasetv.com.



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