IBC2018

14/09/201818/09/2018
IBC2018 Exhibition took place in Amsterdam, RAI. Thank you for visiting us!

At IBC2018 we highlighted our Luminato headend platform and the versatile possibilities it offers for content delivery today, as well as in future. We also showcased DAN300, our new Remote PHY device with RF overlay designed for next generation networks.

Teleste Luminato brings you easy and carefree TV services

Teleste Luminato headend platform has been designed to offer you easy and flexible options for content reception and live content processing. It gives you freedom in application design and allows you to develop services that fullfill your customers' expectations of attractive and entertaining TV experience.

We are proud of the excellent reliability and long lifetime Luminato offers for our customers: out of all the devices sent out from our factory during the last ten years, less than 0,3% have ever needed any hardware repair.

Luminato Dense modulator for sustainable, high-density broadcast delivery

Luminato's high-quality QAM modulation with agile up-conversion provides smooth broadcast delivery over an HFC network. It allows up to 72 QAM channels in one high-performance Luminato chassis to form a complete cable TV headend together with Luminato satellite, terrestrial, cable, IP and DVB-ASI receivers.

With the Dense modulator, you can easily harness your headend for the future changes in the number of service subscribers and channels. In addition, you can take advantage of our flexible support and services that make it easier than ever for you to carry out your broadcast TV services.

Take a quantum leap in network capacity with Remote PHY

Teleste DAN300 is a compact DOCSIS® 3.1 capable RPD with RF overlay. Designed to provide operators with a smooth way to deploy distributed architecture in their networks, the device offers a true alternative for operators eager to take a quantum leap and build networks having substantially higher capacity.

Video delivery issues you need to consider when shifting to distributed access networks

Stepping into new network technologies, such as Remote PHY, requires new approaches for carrying out a smooth delivery of video. The challenge is how to keep all services up and running during a network transformation, and even after it has been completed.

In our new white paper, Challenges of Video Delivery, Shift to distributed access part 1, we introduce several options with their pros and cons for video transmission in Remote PHY networks. Our target is to find out:

  • How cost-effective is their implementation?
  • Can they provide robust linear TV services?
  • How easily can they be integrated?
  • Will they provide HE space savings?
  • Do they allow migration to full IP?
  • Is analogue TV supported?

To learn more about the topic and our conclusions, please download the white paper through this link.

 

 

Thank you for visiting us at IBC2018. We look forward to meet you again next year!