11.19.2007 05:25 PM
UDcast to provide DVB-H headends for Harris Atlas DVB-H mobile TV transmitters

Harris has tapped mobile television infrastructure solutions provider UDcast to supply it with DVB-H headends for the Harris range of Atlas DVB-H mobile TV transmitters.

As part of the deal, UDcast will provide its DVB-H IP encapsulators, network managers and monitoring equipment. Harris transmitters will also be fully interoperable with UDcast’s iSplicer to enable regionalization of programming from a single source. This will enable operators to save bandwidth costs and provide customized local programming best serving their regional markets.

For more information, visit www.harris.com and www.udcast.com.



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