Scopus to Debut MPEG-4 Decoder

Scopus Video Networks will launch its MPEG-4 H.264 decoding solution at IBC2006.
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Scopus Video Networks will launch its MPEG-4 H.264 decoding solution at IBC2006.

The decoder leverages the Scopus IRD-2900 series to decode either MPEG-4 or MPEG-2 SD content. The MPEG-4 decoder takes advantage of the IRD-2900 platform reception front-ends, including DVB-S2, single or dual L-Band inputs, DSNG, dual MPEG over IP input, G.703 and more.

Scopus will also launch the NMS-700 modular state-of-the-art management platform that enables management of Scopus services and devices across video networks. The company also will display its IP video networking products. Scopus will emphasize video distribution and satellite newsgathering with a new generation of products that leverage technologies such as DVB-S2 and enable a smooth transition to advanced codecs.

Scopus will be in Stand 1.339.