HaiVision's New Version of Stingray Set-Top Box

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Haivision will demonstrate at InfoComm 2010 a new model of the Stingray set-top box in an even more compact form factor and with a broader range of format support. The Stingray supports all of the core features of Haivision's "zero footprint" InStream player to enable intuitive and convenient video playout on large-screen displays. The set-top box now provides HDMI, in addition to its component analog and composite outputs. It is also equipped with dual Ethernet network interfaces to offer enhanced support for streaming and data networking. The Stingray set-top box is fully integrated within the Furnace, enabling streamlined command and control and facilitating flexible delivery of services such as VoD.

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