12.02.2005 11:02 AM
Gascom chooses Scopus compression system

The Scopus Intelligent Video Gateway is a high-capacity digital video processing platform that provides a cost-effective solution for delivering digital TV content.
Russian communications company Gascom has selected Scopus Video Networks to supply and install a complete headend for transmission of compressed video over a multi-transponder satellite infrastructure. The move will significantly expand Gascom’s uplink capabilities. It is the third Gascom uplink project that Scopus has been awarded.

The new multi-transponder headend compression system, installed through The Telco Group, has increased Gascom’s capabilities from 24 to 50 channels by deploying a larger number of transponders. The system selected by Gascom comprises Scopus’ E-1000 encoders, IVG-7X00 video gateways, and the NMS-4000 network management system.

The Intelligent Video Gateway (IVG) is a high-capacity digital video processing platform. The NMS-4000 is a comprehensive broadcast headend network management system that allows integrated monitoring, as well as configuring and controlling of compression systems. The NMS enables automatic redundancy in the headend.

For more information, visit www.scopus.net.

Back to the top

Post New Comment
If you are already a member, or would like to receive email alerts as new comments are
made, please login or register.

Enter the code shown above:

(Note: If you cannot read the numbers in the above
image, reload the page to generate a new one.)

No Comments Found

Tuesday 03:07 PM
WMUR-TV Says FAA Drone Rules Preclude ENG
The FAA’s current rules and proposed ban on flight over people, requirement of visual line of sight and restriction on nighttime flying, effectively prohibit broadcasters from using UAS for newsgathering. ~ WMUR-TV General Manager Jeff Bartlett

D. Pagan Communications /   Friday 10:35 AM
Blue Line is Hot on the Trail of DPA Microphones
Clyne Media, Inc /   Thursday 09:51 PM
Focusrite Expands RedNet Range

Featured Articles
Discover TV Technology