Atlantic Telephone deploys DVB system over cable network

The DVB-C is an open, standards-based system that supports MPEG-2 and other digital formats and other broadband multimedia types.
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Atlantic Telephone Membership has launched digital TV services over its existing coax network using VideoTele.com's digital headend platform. The system uses the digital video broadcasting standard for cable (DVB-C), making Atlantic Telephone is one of the first cable networks in the United States to commercially deploy digital using the DVB-C standard.

The North Carolina company is using a combination of digital headend equipment from VideoTele.com and Teleste of Finland to transition its analog cable TV network to a system that supports DVB-C compliant digital TV and advanced entertainment services.

The DVB-C is an open, standards-based system that supports MPEG-2 and other digital formats and other broadband multimedia types.

VideTele.com was the system integrator for the project. The company deployed a solution using set-top boxes from UEC technologies and a conditional access solution from Nagravision.

For more information visit www.videotele.com

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