11.04.2005 04:03 PM
Entone supports new IPTV system

At PCCW, Entone’s SteamLiner technology is converting standard server and storage hardware from IBM into specialized, high-performance video servers that ingest, store and stream on-demand video programming.
PCCW, operators of now Broadband TV, one of the world’s largest deployments of IPTV services, has selected Entone Technologies to support its deployment of on demand services.

Now Broadband TV has attracted more than 441,000 subscribers since its launch approximately two years ago, offering 24-hour, DVD-quality broadcast of 73 television channels and 15 subscription-based audio channels. Programming on the service is available a la carte, allowing consumers to select from a menu of channel options.

PCCW’s new service offers DVR-like capability without the set top box. This is accomplished using Entone’s suite of IPTV solutions for creating, managing, and delivering digital assets. This includes StreamLiner, network video recorder (NVR) software; Encoding Studio, an ingest system that helps manage the process of capturing, encoding, quality assuring, and staging digital content; and Armada, an intelligent asset management software that helps distribute and cost-optimize the placement of digital assets across a network of video servers based on actual subscriber consumption patterns and operator defined rules.

For more information, visit www.entone.com.

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