07.14.2004 12:00 PM
Net Insight to launch multiservice access device for broadcasters

At IBC2004, Net Insight will launch a multiservice access device that broadcasters can locate on-site to connect to multiservice networks.

The new switch supports studio and broadcast quality video, data and voice on the same platform.

European broadcasters such as Eurovision and WDR have deployed terrestrial networks to supplement satellite broadcast transport. The new multiservice access device is particularly suited for terrestrial digital video broadcasting (DVB-T).

Visit Net Insight at IBC2004 in stand 3.348.

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