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06.25.2007
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Modulus Video introduces MPEG-4 systems for telco operators

Modulus Video, a provider of MPEG-4 AVC video encoding systems for IPTV, has introduced several new configurations of its MRE2000 series receiver encoder, each designed to meet the needs of telecommunications operators.

With configurations to support both HD and SD video, the new models provide telcos with the video headend functionality needed to launch IPTV services. The new products were on display last week at NXTcomm in Chicago.

Modulus Video MRE2000 systems are designed to simplify headends by incorporating MPEG-4 AVC encoding, direct RF signal input, demodulation, decoding and signal processing into a single 1RU chassis. The systems provide telco operators with an efficient video headend with fewer components, greater reliability, reduced cost and high video quality.

The new HD receiver/encoder models include the MRE2511 series, which offers support for direct MPEG-2 over UDP compressed input, and the MRE2521 series, which offers support for analog off-air, digital terrestrial and direct MPEG-2 inputs.

For more information, visit www.modulusvideo.com.



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