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Indian MSO Radiant Digitek Network selects Pace pre-integrated software and STB solution

MUMBAI: Pace, a global leader for digital TV and broadband technologies, is pleased to announce that Indian cable MSO, Radiant Digitek Network has selected its pre-integrated middleware, conditional access and set-top box solution to deliver premium TV services to its subscribers. Pace's pre-integrated solution is a cost-effective solution for operators who seek a high quality turnkey pay TV platform but don't have the time or resources to manage multiple technology partners or complex systems integration work.


With a heritage of reliable, high-quality hardware design Pace's turnkey solution is fully DVB-C compliant and includes their high performance Standard Definition (SD) MPEG-2 cable set-top box (STB), Elements Middleware, and Titanium cardless CAS, enabling cable operators to deliver a feature-rich experience to viewers and build new revenues as the growth in digitisation in India continues.


Radiant Digitek, a major cable MSO in the Rajasthan region in North India, has selected the turnkey Pace solution based on lower total cost of ownership, quality of service and improved time to market Pace could provide. The solution incorporates a wide range of EPG features, including favourites, channel list management, personal video recording and parental control.


Lokesh Joshi, Director for Radiant Digitek Network comments: "We needed a solution that would enable us to quickly roll out digital services to our customers at a low total cost of ownership. The Pace end-to-end integrated solution has provided us with a one stop shop solution from a trusted partner who believe in a personalised quality of service."


Miguel Gil, VP and General Manager for Pace International Software and Services, comments: "Pace's turnkey hardware and software solution is perfect for Indian cable operators looking for a flexible, cost-effective solution that is quick to deploy, while maintaining the high quality that customers have come to expect from Pace. As cable MSO's look to exploit the opportunities from digitisation, Pace can enable them to quickly deploy an enhanced viewing experience and new services to subscribers at attractive economics."

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