WISI is using IBC to unveil a number of new products for the hospitality industry.
IBC will see the launch of WISIon, an end-to-end IPTV system for hotels, head offices and student campuses. The WISIon solution is offered as licensed software enabling IPTV middleware that integrates with WISI headends. WISIon also supports an IP based central TV system through IPTV, interactive TV, video-on-demand and digital signage packages.
Other features include welcome messages for hotel guests, widgets, weather information, IPTV channel lists and more.
The core of the WISIon software is field-proven and runs with the most popular TV brands, i.e. Samsung, LG and Philips.
WISI is also highlighting DRM support for hospitality industry services.
WISI headends support a variety of content protection systems such as DVB-CSA, Verimatrix, Samsung LYNK, LG Pro:Idiom, Philips VSecure, and more. The scrambler, conditional access system and key managements are integrated for LG Pro:Idiom and Philips VSecure. The company will demonstrat how overall costs of providing protected TV content to the Hospitality industry is made lower using its Tangram and Chameleon platforms.
WISI will also highlight a new HEVC decoder and modulator for analogue networks.
The GT 2101, for WISI’s Tangram headend includes features such as HEVC decoding, high-density analogue modulation, and outstanding signal parameters by direct modulation. The new module is also fully compatible with current Tangram Chassis and enables HEVC content to be distributed in analogue networks.
Operators using WISI’s Inca Multiscreen Launch Platform (MLP) can now send secure, encrypted HLS streams to subscribers using HTTPs. The MLP is an all-in-one carrier-grade transcoder, live stream packager and origin server for streaming video services. It designed for hospitality applications and contained networks such as hospitals, hotels, cruise ships, dormitories or MDUs
Finally, WISI is showing a the GT BLE 23, a compact headend for B2B applications. This new product allows telecommunications operators to receive and process IP transport streams, and modulate them to up to 12 QAM channels.
WISI will exhibit at IBC on stand D37 in hall 1.
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18th September 2019