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Huawei Stand: 14.102


Infomir Stand: 14.099 Infomir is a European manufacturer of devices and software for IPTV/VoD/OTT service providers. At IBC2012 Infomir will show the advantages and capabilities of its set-top box MAG-250 Micro. A particular advantage is the availability of free, open source middleware, which allows customers to start offering a new interactive service quickly and at low cost.


Intel Corporation Stand: 14.108


Inview Stand: 14.334


Iskratel Stand: 14.243


Level 3 Communications Stand: 14.423 Level 3 Communications delivers quality content for television and Internet delivery that the world's leading media companies,


enterprises and largest professional sports leagues rely upon to reach their viewers. Major broadcasters, cable companies and satellite service providers rely on Level 3 Vyvx services as their single-source solution for broadcast-quality news and entertainment transmission services, including uncompressed HD video backhaul services.


LiveU Stand: 14.365 LiveU, a leader in portable HD video-over-cellular solutions, will present its expanded range of live video uplink solutions for global broadcasters, news agencies and online media. LiveU and Panasonic will demonstrate their next-generation integrated live camera solution, utilising the LU40i video uplink device and the new Panasonic AJ-HPX600 P2 camcorder. The complete camcorder transmission system provides a high-quality video feed with simple remote operation. LiveU will also present its LU70 mobile uplink unit with its second-generation internal


and new external antenna arrays. Boosted by its remotely-located antennas, the LU70 backpack supports up to 14 cellular links simultaneously, offering extra- strong resiliency in built-up, crowded areas and on-the-move. The company will also unveil the latest developments of its compact, lightweight HD/SD video uplink solution.


Mariner Stand: 14.521 Mariner is a provider of video service monitoring and management platforms for multiscreen networks. The company’s success is rooted in its customer-focused approach to delivering innovative solutions at a competitive price, combined


with premium service delivery and support. In addition to its flagship IPTV service oriented monitoring product Mariner xVu, Mariner also offers its frostt IPTV application management platform. Mariner xVu’s architecture and toolset offer service providers IPTV service oriented monitoring that enables a reliable, high-quality viewing experience, the ability to rapidly isolate IPTV network issues, and cost-effectively reduce truck rolls for a superior broadband and IPTV service. Mariner frostt is an application management solution for use with Microsoft Mediaroom that allows operators to monetise their IPTV applications by turning every subscriber interaction into a revenue generating opportunity.


Marusys Stand: 14.331


mDialog Stand: 14.362 mDialog’s core technology, the Smart Stream video platform, is used by the largest programmers and service providers in North


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