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Thomson Video Networks Announces the ViBE VS7000 Convergent Video System

RENNES, France(4/11/2011) -

Thomson Video Networks today announced the new ViBE VS7000 video system - a fully integrated IP video solution for convergent applications such as Web TV and Over-The-Top (OTT) services delivery as well as traditional IPTV. Fifteen years of best-in-class video quality and innovation in compression are built into the ViBE VS7000, which combines support for all major audio and video codecs, the latest adaptive streaming formats, and a video operating system running on resilient IT platforms for native redundancy and scalability.

The Thomson ViBE VS7000 video system, which the company will demo during the 2011 NAB Show, encompasses Thomson's next-generation compression platform for outstanding picture quality in an all-IP environment, with live broadcast-quality encoding. Optimized for versatility and easy convergent operation, the Thomson ViBE VS7000 provides a flexible way to customize workflow to meet the needs of every application. A simple but powerful Workflow Builder enables the creation of live, file-based, and mixed workflows for any kind of network, through a clear graphical interface.

Supporting all major codecs and formats including MPEG transport streams, Adobe® Flash®, Apple® http Live Streaming, and Microsoft Smooth Streaming, and with video resolution up to 1920x1080 in progressive and interlaced modes, the Thomson VS7000 is scalable for input channels and output profiles, with support for multiple output formats per channel. Advanced video and audio preprocessing, automatic loudness control, integrated load balancing and failover, with centralized Web-based operation and SOAP/Web services support for external interfacing, make the VS7000 a full-featured solution for convergent applications.

"Thomson Video Networks conceived the ViBE VS7000 to meet the demand for a convenient, superior picture quality and easily managed high-performance platform for IPTV delivery, Web TV streaming, and OTT services broadcasting," said Christophe Delahousse, president, Thomson Video Networks. "It's a dense system with hot-swappable redundant components, which can scale from a single blade to a fully populated unit to support rapid business growth."

About Thomson Video Networks
From the very onset of digital TV broadcasting, the Thomson name has been synonymous with supplying expertise, quality, and reliability to the world's leading broadcasters. Thomson Video Networks builds on this great heritage by providing unique and innovative video delivery solutions for a premium viewing experience. The Thomson Video Networks philosophy, since delivering the world's first large-scale direct-to-home satellite system, has always been the same - to provide the best possible picture quality across any networks, to any devices. As a worldwide leader in compression systems for satellite, terrestrial, cable, IPTV, mobile TV, and Web streaming, Thomson Video Networks is helping its customers deliver superior quality video to anything from small handheld devices to large 3D high-definition screens, with the lowest bandwidth to ensure a profitable business model. A trusted supplier with more than 20 percent of the active channels deployed worldwide, a global support presence, and culture of delivering quality at every stage, Thomson Video Networks boasts the experience and range of products to supply every need, from hybrid multiformat compression systems to contribution links for content exchange networks.

More information about products from Thomson Video Networks can be found at www.thomson-networks.com.

 

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