Scopus Goes Multi-Platform

Scopus launches integrated receiver processor platform

September 10, 2008

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TEL AVIV -- Scheduled to debut at IBC2008 in Amsterdam, Scopus Video Networks' (NASDAQ: SCOP) Integrated Receiver Processor (IRP) platform is the next generation of Scopus' world class Integrated Receiver Decoder (IRD) technology. A versatile multiformat receiving/decoding/processing platform for cable, satellite, terrestrial, and IPTV operations, the IRP brings together an array of unique processing capabilities, such as multiplexing, IP streaming, transmodulation, and descrambling, to provide a complete reception solution for content contribution and distribution over IP, ASI, or satellite infrastructures.

"Today's broadcast operators and content providers are challenged like never before to expedite a smooth transition to digital broadcasting and establish mass delivery of HD services," said Yan Mostovoy, associate VP of marketing at Scopus Video Networks. "At the same time, the environment in which they operate has become increasingly complex, requiring the ability to manage a large variety of video formats, technologies, and standards. With the IRP platform, we're directly addressing these challenges by bringing together multiple front-ends, program descramblers, and powerful remultiplexing capabilities, all within a compact 1-RU chassis. The result is a flexible and cost-effective reception solution that can be easily configured to meet the needs of each operator or broadcaster."

Scopus Video Networks (Nasdaq: SCOP)

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