RGB Networks Wins a TelcoTV 2009 Vision Award

RGB’s Video Multiprocessing Gateway Takes the “Innovation in Encoding” Category

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RGB Networks, the leader in network video processing, announced that its Video Multiprocessing Gateway (VMG) won a coveted TelcoTV 2009 Vision Award in the “Innovation in Encoding” category yesterday.

TelcoTV 2009 Vision AwardsThe VMG is a carrier-class video processing solution that enables service providers to deliver high-quality digital and IPTV-based video services in both MPEG-2 and MPEG-4/H.264. It won in the “Innovation in Encoding” category based on the integration of its, high-density content repurposing capabilities with a number of other value-added video processing functions, including ad insertion, transrating and grooming. Able to simultaneously transcode hundreds of MPEG-2 programs into MPEG-4/H.264, and vice versa, in real time, the VMG offers telco video service providers a highly versatile and scalable solution as they expand their video offerings.

“Winning a TelcoTV 2009 Vision Award is another validation of our unique approach to transcoding and of the ability of our Video Multiprocessing Gateway to help service providers of all sizes deliver advanced video and advertising services whether they use MPEG-2 or MPEG-4/H.264,” said Sanjay Dhar, Director of Product Marketing for RGB Networks. “By integrating transcoding with several other key video processing functions in a single, ultra-dense, carrier-class platform, the VMG offers a highly scalable and cost-effective solution for transitioning video service providers’ networks to an architecture than enables the delivery of personalized services.”

A key component of RGB’s innovative content repurposing solution, RGB’s next-generation approach to transcoding will enable video service providers to simultaneously deliver any video program to multiple devices – from televisions, to personal computers, to mobile devices – via any network and with pristine picture quality. This ability to easily repurpose many video sources, deliver them over multiple networks and to all viewing devices using a single, integrated video processing platform will dramatically reduce the operational complexity for video service providers to expand their offerings.

About RGB’s Video Multiprocessing Gateway (VMG)
Video Multiprocessing GatewayRGB’s carrier-class Video Multiprocessing Gateway is a complete MPEG-2 and MPEG-4/H.264 video processing solution that enables service providers to deliver high-quality video services to their subscribers. The VMG can simultaneously perform a variety of critical video processing functions in a single, ultra-high-density platform, including: content aggregation, grooming channel line-ups, transrating program streams, inserting ads and transcoding. The VMG product family currently includes the VMG-6 and VMG-14 models, offering different capacity to meet varying needs. Both carrier-class platforms are fully redundant, ensuring maximum reliability, and offer easy, license-based upgrading and scalable, pay-as-you-grow expansion of services.

About RGB Networks
RGB Networks is revolutionizing video, delivering leading-edge video processing solutions that address the complexities of the changing video delivery model. With advanced solutions for bandwidth optimization, content repurposing and addressable advertising, RGB’s products enable operators to deliver the next generation of highly personalized video services, which are relevant to individual subscribers and delivered anytime to any device. The company’s products are based on its unique Video Intelligence Architecture™ (VIA), enabling them to process an unprecedented number of video streams with the highest video quality. RGB’s scalable solutions dramatically reduce the cost to deliver both broadcast and unicast services, and help operators maximize their existing network infrastructure. More than 7,000 RGB products are deployed in the field by over 170 service providers in 25 countries worldwide. Learn more at www.rgbnetworks.com.


John Giddings
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