RGB Networks Shows Latest Addition to the Bandwidth-Saving Broadcast Network Processor Line at CANITEC Expo 2010

BNP3xr Supports DVB-CA and Other Key Features for Latin American Operators

RGB Networks

RGB Networks, the leader in network video processing, is highlighting the latest member of its widely-deployed Broadcast Network Processor (BNP) family at this important event for Latin American cable television operators. The new BNP3xr is built on the same groundbreaking video processing technology as RGB’s proven and popular BNP2xr and the BNPxr models, but it utilizes a new, two rack-unit tall chassis design that enables it to offer several new features, including:

  • Support for DVB conditional access SimulCrypt encryption to protect digital cable services.
  • Dual hot-swappable, redundant power supplies and fan modules to ensure uninterrupted operation in the unlikely event a failure should occur.

“RGB developed the BNP3xr to help cable operators worldwide rapidly expand their deployments of advanced, revenue-generating services, such as HD and ad insertion,” said Lou Mastrocola, Vice President, Americas, for RGB Networks. “Now, with support for DVB-CA, paired with added redundancy features, the BNP3xr offers our Latin American customers the most cost-effective way to add and deploy secure video services without ever compromising the outstanding quality or reliability they’ve come to expect from RGB.”

Complementing its encryption and reliability features, the BNP3xr is the most comprehensive digital video processing solution in the industry, combining support for the widest range of applications with unprecedented stream processing density. It uniquely supports grooming, statistical multiplexing, transrating, digital ad and overlay insertion, emergency alert notification, operator messaging and program substitution, and can simultaneously process more than 760 MPEG-2 and MPEG-4/H.264 video streams. The BNP3xr’s unmatched combination of density, advanced features and support for an array of video processing functions provides Latin American operators with an ideal solution for the delivery of today’s services, as well as the flexibility for scalable, pay-as-you-grow growth through its license-based expansion model. In addition, the compact, multi-function platform significantly reduces the cost and complexity for video service providers to deploy high-definition (HD) services, advanced advertising and other increasingly sophisticated and critical services.

To learn more about the high density BNP and its latest bandwidth-saving features, please visit RGB Networks at booth #100 at this year’s CANITEC Expo in Monterrey, Mexico, April 28-30, 2010.

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 9,000 RGB products are deployed in the field by over 180 service providers in 25 countries worldwide. Learn more at www.rgbnetworks.com.

CONTACT INFORMATION

RGB press contacts, Americas:
John Giddings / Tamara Parker
Mobility Public Relations
(650) 245-2782
rgb@mobilitypr.com
Website: http://www.mobilitypr.com/blog

RGB Networks Press Kit: http://rgb.mobilitypr.com

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