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ATX Networks to Feature VidiPlay End-to-End IPTV Solutions at InfoComm

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Digital Signage Pavilion, booth #N1263) is featuring its VidiPlay as part of its complete end-to-end IPTV solutions for local or private IP networks. The system includes UCrypt® gateways, DigiVu® II encoders, VersAtive®Pro transcoders, and VidiPlay middleware.

The system can include IP set-back boxes and Smart TV clients to deliver IP video to large format displays (TVs) as well as clients for PCs, tablets, and mobile devices. VidiPlay also manages client authentication and access control and provides client UI customization. It supports advanced features such as an interactive program guide (IPG), video on demand (VOD), network personal video recording (nPVR), digital signage, and more.

VidiPlay uses ATX’s award winning hardware such as gateways for live TV content ingest, encoders for local content, and transcoders for additional video processing to build a comprehensive channel lineup for the local network. The VidiPlay IPTV solution adds many advanced features for content viewing and control. VidiPlay features ATX’s industry leading IPTV platform ensuring seamless integration, unparalleled scalability, and open architecture for future expansions. VidiPlay has field-proven reliability and manageability that can be trusted with cost-effective, 24x7 operations.

ATX’s next generation UCrypt QAM to IP (Q2IP) gateway is designed to ingest content from any cable provider’s source signal in a space-efficient and cost-effective manner. This device can ingest up to 60 MPEG-2/H.264, HD/SD video streams and output them with Pro:Idiom® encryption or in-the-clear IP format.

ATX’s DigiVu II competitively priced encoders provide best-in-class video quality and are ideal for local channel insertion and backhaul applications. They offer multi-input, multichannel and PEG encoding to QAM and IP. Video inputs include HD/SD-SDI, CVBS, HDMI™, VGA and component. Outputs include MPEG-2/H.264, SD/HD and multiple output profile encoding. They feature optional integrated Zixi Feeder® or VideoFlow DVP technologies for reliable video delivery over the Internet.

ATX’s VersAtivePro licence-free transcoding platform enables users the freedom to transcode what they want, when they want, and how they want, in the most cost-effective manner possible. The platform was designed to be the most budget-friendly solution in the professional quality transcoder market.

ATX Networks designs, manufactures, markets and delivers end-to-end IPTV solutions to PVNs (Private Video Networks) and to the global cable television industry. Sectors served include broadcast, healthcare, enterprise, government, hospitality, education, sports and entertainment, retail, worship, telcos, and cable operators. Solutions include gateways, encoding, transcoding, middleware, content streaming solutions, and RF management.

Please visit our web site at www.atxnetworks.com for more information on ATX Networks.

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