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IPTV showcased at SUPERCOMM 2005

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MUMBAI: Scientific-Atlanta, the global supplier of modern communication solutions including high-speed Internet and voice over IP (VoIP) networks, is showcasing its new products and architectures that support IPTV at Supercomm 2005.

Supercomm, annual exhibition and conference for communication service providers and private network managers, kicked off on on 6 June.

At Scientific-Atlanta (Booth 33035) one can learn how the combination of our new, state-of-the-art IPTV set-tops are currently being developed. They are also showcasing how a robust switched video network will have the potential to deliver new and exciting entertainment services to consumers. Enhanced navigation experiences, next-generation digital video recording and expanded personal applications are just a sample of the exciting new IPTV services on the horizon, states an official release.

Show highlights include IPTV headends, hubs and networks, MPEG-4 Part 10/H.264 advanced video coding technology and IPTV set-tops for end-to-end IP video streaming, and much more.

Highlights at the show:

Telco IPTV System - End-to-end IP streaming, advanced video coding, IPTV set-tops, integrated management and control, and extensive video delivery experience combine for a powerful IPTV platform for telco operators.

MPEG-4 AVC (H.264) Advanced Video Coding - Scientific-Atlanta continues to lead the way with advanced codecs to help deliver high-quality video, even at bandwidth-saving low bit rates.

IP Set-Tops - A complete range of SD, HD, Media Center/DVR and IP Gateway IPTV set-tops currently being developed will support a variety of rich home entertainment experiences.

Open Middleware and Conditional Access Platform - Support for multiple middleware and conditional access platforms expands the entertainment opportunities

for operators and viewers.

IP Video over Coax - New IP Bridge integrated into an IP set-top enables IP video to be delivered throughout the home using existing coax wiring, eliminating the need to rewire homes with CAT 5 cable.

IP Video Delivery - Scientific-Atlanta and Tellabs will participate in a demonstration that displays IP video content routed over Tellabs® MediaDirectSM solution to Scientific-Atlanta's advanced set-tops. Demonstrations will be hosted at both Scientific-Atlanta's booth and Tellabs' booth (#29022).

FTTP Video System - Standards-based FTTP platform supports both RF and IP video services via Prisma II(tm) system and Scientific-Atlanta set-tops; ROSA(tm) integrated network management and control system regulates video content, processing and transport.

DVR-DVD Media Center - MCP-100(tm) Media Center will combine DVR with DVD R/W to give viewers the freedom to archive their favorite programming and maximize their entertainment experience.

Network and Element Management - The open-standards-based family of ROSA products provides the broadband system operator with freedom of choice in software applications and vendor platforms.

Powerful Monitoring Tools - Scientific-Atlanta's Retriever and Service Automation Suite - Video (SAS-V) applications are highly effective tools that provide improved insight into consumers' viewership habits and proactive set-top and network monitoring and automated diagnosis and resolution of common digital TV installation and service problems.

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