Posted on October 7, 2010
Ottawa, ON – October 7, 2010 – – International Datacasting Corporation (TSX: IDC), a global leader in providing IP-based datacasting solutions for the distribution of broadband multimedia content will be showcasing our next-generation video and audio products at Satcon 2010 - Content and Communications World, New York, October 13 – October 14, 2010.
CCW/Satcon is a premier conferencefor media, entertainment and communications technology. CCW features business solutions for content creation, management and delivery, along with a range of satellite, fiber, and IP communications solutions. IDC will be showcasing our best in class scalable solutions, alongside next-generation video and audio platforms to our customers at Booth #534.
New in broadcast video: IDC will be showcasing our new Tiernan Titan® encoder platform with an unprecedented group of core features at affordable prices and a variety of models tailored to specific industry requirements. The Titan® platform is designed to provide improved compression performance for HD transmissions in MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 that result in a dramatic reduction in bandwidth usage. Applications include HD sports contribution, news contribution, ATSC, ISDB-T, DVB-T, and HD support.
New in 3D: As the leader in 3D-Live delivery worldwide, IDC is pleased to showcase our new Seamless 3D®features by displaying a comprehensive end-to-end system for 3D contribution and distribution. IDC’s system features advanced efficient Sensio® compression to provide high quality 3D programming with up to a 50% reduction in bandwidth usage. This unique delivery system integrates single box solutions including the new Titan® 3D encoder and the SuperFlex ProVideo 3D receiver for guaranteed interoperability with simple installation and operation.
New in broadcast audio: IDC will also feature our PROFline STR satellite audio broadcast receiver with scalable options aimed at the demanding midrange radio market. The STR can be delivered in a basic low cost platform and upgraded to suit your needs. With DVB-S2 and an ultra-low symbol rate, satellite capacity is squeezed to a minimum while the MPEG4 AAC ensures that your audio sounds great. With MPEG over IP inputs and outputs as well as an optional network management system, the STR is ideal for regional networks as well as cost-conscious larger networks. IDC’s new design reduces the need for on-going maintenance while improving reliability and durability.
Beyond our product showcase, IDC Vice President and CTO, Gary Carter will be speaking in a keynote panel discussion, chaired by John McCoskey, the CTO of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) – a valued IDC customer. This session will focus on how IP technology is affecting content and delivery in our multi-platform world.
Visit the IDC team and view our featured products at IDC Booth #534 in the CCW Hall, Satcon. For more information on IDC, please visit: www.datacast.com.
About International Datacasting Corporation:
International Datacasting Corporation (TSX: IDC) is a global leader in providing IP-based datacasting solutions for the distribution of broadband multimedia content. IDC has a broad portfolio of advanced technology products marketed under the names SuperFlex, Datacast XD, Tiernan, Logic Innovations and PROFline for implementing a wide range of broadband content contribution and distribution networks. IDC's products are in demand for radio and television broadcast networks, distance learning, digital satellite news gathering and sport contribution, digital signage, digital cinema, IPTV distribution and other applications. IDC is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, with regional offices in Arnhem, the Netherlands and in San Diego, California. International in scope, IDC has installations in over 100 countries and service offices in Australia, Singapore and China and an international network of value-added partners and distributors.
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