Modulus announced today that recent orders for its award-winning MPEG-4 AVC SD and HD video encoding systems have exceeded $10 million (US)

April 6, 2006

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Modulus Video, Inc. announced today that recent orders for its award-winning MPEG-4 AVC SD and HD video encoding systems have exceeded $10 million (U.S.). Included in this recent success were orders for over 100 Modulus Video ME6000 high definition AVC encoders for a major U.S. telecommunications IPTV deployment.

"IPTV is moving rapidly from the drawing board to reality; it is a tremendous validation of our efforts that Modulus Video has been chosen by several leading telecommunications service providers to help make their IPTV strategies a reality," said Modulus Video chairman and CEO Bob Wilson. "Modulus Video began with the vision of delivering the best quality video in the lowest bandwidth, but what sets our products apart is their reliability and flexibility in supporting innovative value added features that consumers crave and operators need to capture market share."

Modulus Video MPEG-4 AVC encoders simplify the process of deploying IPTV over new and existing network infrastructure. The powerful design of the Modulus Video encoding platform makes possible revenue-oriented, industry-leading features including:

  • Constrained Fidelity Constant Bit-Rate (CF-CBR) encoding to maximize bandwidth efficiency for IPTV;

  • Embedded low resolution proxy for enabling Picture-in-Picture (PIP) fo r Microsoft TV and Electronic Program Guide (EPG) applications;

  • Video on Demand for IPTV;

  • Commercial Insertion

Modulus Video Inc.

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