ATX Expands IPTV Encryption

ATX’s UCrypt product family offers a variety of options for bulk content delivery into hospitality, healthcare and bulk accounts

October 4, 2012

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LAS VEGAS -- ATX (booth #322) has expanded its UCrypt product offering designed to support IPTV service providers with the delivery of content into hospitality, healthcare and bulk MDU accounts, so that virtually any deployment architecture and distribution application can be addressed.

The new IP to Analog (IP2A) product offering can ingest programs in IP format and retransmit them in analog format. It is ideal for converting content into analog format to service bulk MDU, hospitality or commercial accounts wired only with coax cable or where deploying set-top boxes is undesirable and not cost-effective.

The UCrypt IP2A product allows for delivery of up to 20 individually agile analog channels in the 50-750 MHz frequency range. It supports ingestion of up to 20 MPEG-2 or H.264, HD or SD, IP multicast video streams in either unencrypted or Verimatrix encrypted formats. Multiple units can be deployed simultaneously to build larger analog lineups. It features constant program monitoring and supports email and SNMP-based alerts and alarms. The easy to use HTTPS-based management interface allows operators to configure, manage and monitor the unit remotely.

ATX Networks Corp.

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