OSLO -- Appear TV, a leading global provider of next-generation head-ends for broadcast and IP television, today announced that Magyar Telekom, whose major owner is Deutsche Telekom, has selected Appear TV head ends to maximize the efficiency, flexibility and cost-savings generated by centralizing control of its cable infrastructure for its T-Home cable offering. The solutions were installed and tested by Appear TVâ€™s Hungarian business partner, HFC Technics, and are now live.
The Appear TV solutions enable Magyar Telekom to increase efficiency by deploying local decode/RF modulation alongside MPEG/QAM to avoid simulcasting its analogue and digital services in the distribution network of its T-Home cable service. The Appear TV regional head end solutions also enable Magyar Telekom to improve the quality and launch new services for both its analogue and digital T-Home customers, as well as simplifying the addition of new digital channels and the phased removal of analogue channels.
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