PerioCast Launches StoreCaster/HD -

PerioCast Launches StoreCaster/HD

Publish date:

PerioCast, specialists in the creation of servers for distribution of HD content over RF, announced at the NAB show in Las Vegas the introduction of StoreCaster/HD and StoreCaster/HD-Multi Channel. PerioCast demonstrated the servers at the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) Show in Las Vegas, April 16-19.
PerioCast’s StoreCaster/HD and StoreCaster/HD-Multi Channel are MPEG-2 based servers with frequency agile VHF 8VSB or QAM RF modulators. (RF modulators combine a video signal with an RF – radio frequency – source, so the video can be transmitted to a television or VCR). The StoreCaster HD servers output live or stored video input and send it to multiple HD monitors simultaneously.
By FCC mandate, every large HD-capable display comes with a built-in digital tuner. This provides digital signage users a less expensive way of sending their messages by using low-cost RF cabling. With many stores, schools, and other public facilities already using conventional displays, RF delivery is possibly the clear choice for low-cost content distribution.
“The StoreCaster/HD-Multi Channel can transmit up to four different programmed channels at the same time. For example, a hotel can play one video at the entrance, another inside the lobby, another on multiple monitors in the bar, and a fourth program in the restaurants. Additional servers can be used to deliver even more channels,” said Douglas Schwartz, Product Marketing Manger for PerioCast. Schwartz added that “PerioCast offers a much lower cost solution for content distribution because our servers work with low cost RF coaxial instead of more expensive CAT 5 cable or very expensive HDMI cable.”
PerioCast’s digital signage servers present either stored content or live content from satellite receivers. 8VSB is the RF modulation format used for SMPTE 310M, the standard video format designated by the ATSC organization.
For information:


ZeeVee New Encoder Modulator HD Over Coax

ZeeVee has announced the release of its new Flagship ZvPro 280 HD encoder/modulator, featuring a new video encoding process that delivers exceptional video performance. ZeeVee's ZvBoxes™ shatter the cost barrier for distributing HD video and digital signage within a building. Based on the same technology used by

Image placeholder title

Fast Forward Video Launches sideKick HD™ DVR

At the 2012 NAB Show, Fast Forward Video (FFV) will unveil the sideKick HD™, a multi-format, straight-to-edit, camera-mountable digital video recorder (DVR.)   "Superior picture quality is the hallmark of our award-winning line of DVR systems, and the sideKick HD is

Haivision Delivers HD Signage to Hotel

Haivision Network Video announced that the newly opened Galaxy Macau has installed Makito HD H.264 encoders to simplify its signage deployment. With 4,000 set-top-box endpoints, 800 of which drive public-area displays, Galaxy chose to establish its digital signage head-end and distribute dynamic graphics content o

Keywest Intros HD Content Player

Keywest Technology has unveiled the HD-Video POD, a high-definition digital signage content player offering a cost-effective professional alternative to the DVD players frequently used in single-sign systems. Keywest Technology specifically designed the HD-Video POD as an affordable, yet powerful replacement for the DVD players in use today driving tens of thousands of digital signs. The HD-Video POD player is a complete hardware and software solution to drive an individual digital signage. With WiFi and Ethernet support, multiple units can be controlled and updated from a central Keywest Technology InfoZone network.

AMX for HD Digital Signage

AMX announced at InfoComm last week, its Inspired XPert, a digital signage solution that delivers 1080p image quality with processing power to simultaneously display HD video, images, text, and internet feeds. As part of the Inspired Signage line from AMX Inspired XPert is designed for ease o

Image placeholder title

Opticomm-EMCORE Eclipse HD at InfoComm

Opticomm-EMCORE will be using the InfoComm 2014 show in Las Vegas on June 18-20 as a platform to demonstrate the quality of the new Eclipse HD as it extends and switches 1080p or 1920×1200 multimedia feeds across a dedicated IP network, sent to a four-panel video wall as example of its capabilities. In addition, other products for pre- and post-production, live-feed, and Professional A/V will be on display at the booth stand, C7716.