The solution features a modular implementation of the MPEG contribution codecs and eight HD channels per 1RU chassis.
Developed as a multiformat system for broadcasters, video carriers, network operators and telecos, the ViBE CP6000 provides transport of live HD and SD content over IP or satellite contribution networks.
“The ViBE CP6000 is a breakthrough in convenience, performance, and energy efficiency for sport events, news, studio interconnection, and backhaul from the broadcast center to playout,” said Christophe Delahousse, president of Thomson Video Networks. “In this latest evolution of the extremely successful ViBE compression technology, the CP6000 brings together for the first time a class-leading combination of capabilities packaged in a way that really fits the contribution needs of today and tomorrow’s broadcasters and content providers.”
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