10.18.2004 12:04 PM
Vyvx expands HD VenueNet to 28 venues

Vyvx has completed the second phase of deployment for its HD VenueNet service, which is now available in 28 sports venues across the United States.

FOX Sports is using the Vyvx HD VenueNet service to carry live, 720p HDTV broadcast feeds from various stadiums across the country to the FOX Network Center in Los Angeles during the 2004 National Football League season.

The end-to-end fiber-optic network solution transports live high-definition television over an MPLS infrastructure. It also enables broadcasters to transmit live HDTV feeds at up to 270Mb/s.

Since the launch of HD VenueNet in February, it has expanded to include14 football, basketball and baseball venues to include 14 new NFL venues in support of Fox Sports’ plans for producing six NFL games in 720p HDTV each Sunday during the season.”

For more information, visit www.vyvx.com.

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