Arris will preview two new lines of HEVC set-top boxes at IBC, featuring new slim designs and 802.11ac WiFi support.
The VIP4000 Series and VIP5000 Series of set-tops are based on Arris’ open IPTV platform KreaTV and are designed to support a range of software applications and new entertainment experiences like Ultra HD.
The devices, which are due to launch globally from next year, will feature a new design and series will be available in a range of colours, including ‘premium umbra’ and ‘midnight purple.’
“Our new lines of HEVC set-tops showcase our vision for the future of set-top design,” said Larry Robinson, president, CPE business, Arris.
“We took inspiration from today’s consumers, who value personalised and immersive connected experiences. The technology in these devices deliver that and more, featuring HEVC decode for Ultra HD video and the latest 802.11ac WiFi to bring that experience to the growing assortment of connected devices.”
The VIP4000 Series includes three boxes – the VIP4000, VIP4300, and VIP4600 and are designed to be “slim, powerful, connected.”
The VIP5000 Series consists of the VIP5200 and VIP5600 boxes and are aimed at providers looking to give subscribers access to an “immersive experience with higher frame rates and enhanced picture quality.”
Arris is also launching new design remote controls that come in three sizes – full, medium and compact.
Arris will exhibit at IBC on stand 1.D31
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19 January 2022 @ 18:34:00 UTC