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TrueVisions Goes With Nevion

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BANGKOK -- TrueVisions, Thailand's leading cable and satellite television operator, has selected live media transport solutions from Nevion, a leader in transporting media from the camera to the home, to meet the needs of its expanded HD offerings. Nevion worked in partnership with Thailand-based broadcast equipment provider Strong Brothers 1961 to provide the infrastructure needed by TrueVisions’ to deliver state-of-the-art services.

“Nevion’s products have always been reliable and cost effective,” said Vichai Sernvongsat, TrueVisions CTO. “We worked with Strong Brothers to achieve the highest possible uptime, and Nevion solutions once again provided the best quality and value.”

The live media solutions provided to TrueVisions include Nevion Flashlink multiplexers and VikinX routers. Nevion’s Flashlink DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing) solution provides fibre connectivity to TrueVisions’ offsite backup recovery location. In addition to preventing transmission downtime, the solution provides Flashlink hallmarks of reliability, compact size and low power consumption.

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