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mobile devices. And to address the wide variety of media container formats, such as transport stream (TS), program stream (PS), MP4, and others, content networking ICs like those offered by Zenverge include specialized technology that performs audio and video stream muxing and demuxing while maintaining lip sync. This technology also makes it possible to support network protocols such as TCP/IP, UDP/ IP, HTTP, RTSP, and RTP/ RTCP, further increasing operational efficiencies. Another challenge with rolling out multiscreen services is having the network capacity to handle a larger amount of content. With Zenverge technology, operators can adjust the bitrate of compressed content on the fly, with low latency, enabling them to more effectively allocate network bandwidth for multiscreen services. Bandwidth availability issues are also resolved through the company’s TranQoS technology, which detects the available bandwidth on a network connection and accordingly adjusts the video bitrate to be less than or equal to the network bandwidth. This enables operators to account for the various networking technologies used by IP-connected devices. Finally, next-gen content networking ICs allow operators to protect their content on any device. Operators can override a device’s conditional access or DRM system and employ a new content security scheme compatible with all devices and approved by content owners and service operators. Untapped business models Advanced content networking ICs can perform a variety of previously disparate functionalities from a unified platform, dramatically maximizing an operator’s operational efficiencies, reducing costs, and making it easier to support innovative new business models. The high-density, power-efficient platforms are based on a single serial transcoding architecture that allows operators to perform multi-stream media processing or dedicate the entire pipeline to a single channel for high-speed processing. As a result, operators can cost-effectively deploy multi-room DVRs or media gateways capable of sharing content between various home devices including tablets and smartphones, putting compelling multiscreen content into the hands of their subscribers. from In bright sunlight when shooting outdoors, the image on the monitor may not be clearly visible even when using a sun hood, as the ambient light outside can exceed 50,000 Lux compared to 400 to 800 Lux in a typical office environment. To overcome this problem TVLogic has introduced the SRM -074, a version of the successful LVM -074, with high brightness capability. The luminance of the monitor can be instantly raised to 1,000 nits at the push of a button. NEW Pyser-SGI is the sole distributor in the UK and Ireland for TVlogic TOP RESELLER AWARD 2012 Pyser-SGI Limited Fircroft Way, Edenbridge, Kent, United Kingdom, TN8 6HA Tel: +44 (0)1732 864111 Fax: +44 (0)1732 865544 broadcast@pyser-sgi.com www.pyser-sgi.com TV-BAY MAGAZINE | 65 TV-BA073JAN13.indd 65 11/01/2013 14:18