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Enhancing offerings: Digistream makes for a flexible approach to EPG


Phoenix is rising at IBC AEQ


By Paul Watson


Tackling streaming challenges


ATX By Anne Morris


A number of developments are being highlighted by ATX, including its VersAtive


encoding/transcoding platform, DigiStream EPG, live and stored content streaming platform, and Ucrypt IP to Analogue bulk content transition platform. The company said its VersAtive platform is positioned to address any type of


encoding/transcoding or packetisation requirement


associated with adaptive streaming or traditional encode/transcode functions. The DigiStream platform, meanwhile, provides operators with an opportunity to enhance their hospitality/commercial video offering by enabling the HD delivery of an EPG and pre- generated or live local content to the overall line-up. In addition, ATX has expanded its Ucrypt product offering designed to support IPTV service providers with the delivery of content into hospitality, healthcare and bulk MDU accounts. 14.580


The manufacturer has been presenting its new IP-ISDN audio codec, Phoenix Stratos, which comes in a 1RU case and features analogue and digital stereo inputs and outputs and a universal power supply (90- 250V AC). In addition to the main


programme and return paths, it can simultaneously provide a backup circuit (or coordination) utilising additional communications interfaces. The company says that the product has been designed to ensure interoperability with both current and future AEQ and third-party equipment. It is equipped with a wide


variety of encoding formats – both standard and optical – and AEQ says is will be very easy to upgrade to other formats as the market advances. 8.C55


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