Ukrainian digital terrestrial network provider Zeonbud has selected Harris’s Selenio media convergence platform as part of the national video headend for its DVB-T2 broadcast network.
The video headend system will facilitate broadcast content distribution via satellite from the city of Kiev to 167 transmitters across the country. Selenio provides Zeonbud with a centralised video headend solution for DVB-T2 video processing and networking, as opposed to a traditional headend solution that uses multiple boxes for different functions, according to Harris.
Harris is also supplying its Videotek MSA multi-stream analyser for the testing of compressed video conformance, audio levels and data services.
“Harris has succeeded in distilling an enormous amount of technical expertise into a single compact platform,” said Vladimir Prokopenko, head of network operations center, Zeonbud. “This is a complete solution for our VHE requirements, allowing Zeonbud to construct a highly efficient, effective and resilient distribution infrastructure within a very short timescale.”
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