International Datacasting showcasing new products at Nab

MUMBAI: International Datacasting, which provides advanced solutions for the distribution of broadband multimedia content via satellite, will be debuting new products at the Nab Conference and Exhibition in Las Vegas from 12-15 April.

A highlight will be the Nab debut of the SFX ProIPTV, IDC‘s next generation blade receiver for IPTV distribution. The newest member of IDC‘s award winning SuperFlex line of products, the ProIPTV has room for up to 14 dual carrier, hot swappable receiver blades per chassis, making it ideal for telcos and multi-dwelling units where space is at a premium. Already in use in a number of locations around the world, the ProIPTV is built on IDC‘s legacy of success in the IPTV market.
NAB 2010 marks the first time that Tiernan and Logic Innovations will be part of the IDC booth. Tiernan‘s products include a line of High Definition and Standard Definition video encoders - MPEG2 and H.264 MPEG4 - and video receivers for a broad range of television contribution and distribution applications. The Logic Innovations product lines of leading edge broadcasting solutions include transport stream multiplexing, IP multicasting and unicasting for the terrestrial, satellite and cable broadcast markets.

A feature of the IDC booth this year will be demonstrations of the company‘s 3D live event capability. In conjunction with Sensio(TM) and The 3D Camera Company from Toronto, IDC will be presenting live 3D content on the NAB show floor.

IDC will be releasing the SuperFlex SFX IP Streamer, an all IP solution for in-theatre distribution of live 2D and 3D alternative content in digital cinemas at Nab. Combining an IDC SFX professional satellite receiver and a Doremi Digital Cinema Server, the IP Streamer enables live event projection for up to 4 digital screens in a multiplex, simultaneously. 
IDC president and CEO Fred Godard says, "IDC has a long standing tradition of developing new products that continue to meet the needs of the broadcast market. All of our products are known for their interoperability, consistency and reliability in real-time, real-life broadcast environments. This year we are pleased to be able to showcase end-to-end solutions for our diverse customer base as well as announce new and innovative products."

In addition to the new products and applications featured at Nab, IDC will also have PROFline products for FM transmission and monitoring as well as its suite of SuperFlex Pro Audio receivers on display.

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