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NOS Launches Trial UHD Channels Based on Thomson Video Networks Advanced HEVC Compression Solutions Posted: 07/10/2015
NOS Launches Trial UHD Channels Based on Thomson Video Networks Advanced HEVC Compression Solutions
Thomson Video Networks today announced that NOS has pioneered Ultra HD (UHD) broadcasting in Portugal with the launch of two trial UHD channels leveraging the HEVC compression capabilities of the ViBE(R) VS7000 encoding/transcoding platform. NOS, Portugal's leading communications and entertainment group, has deployed the ViBE VS7000, together with Thomson Video Networks' MPEG stream server, to deliver HEVC-encoded UHD content for its own NOS UHD 4K service as well as a 4K channel for satellite operator Hispasat. With the new service, NOS is the first Portuguese provider to deliver original UHD content to cable subscribers. 
Tags: Thomson Video Networks | NOS | ViBE VS7000 | UHD | Compression | HEVC | Encoding | 4K | Hispasat
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Jordan Media City Chooses ViBE VS7000 Multi-Screen Encoder From Thomson Video Networks for New OTT Service Posted: 11/09/2015
Jordan Media City Chooses ViBE VS7000 Multi-Screen Encoder From Thomson Video Networks for New OTT Service
Thomson Video Networks today announced that Jordan Media City (JMC) has chosen the award-winning ViBE(R) VS7000 multi-screen encoding/transcoding platform to drive its new OTT service offering.  Based in the Jordanian capital of Amman, JMC provides comprehensive and state-of-the-art broadcasting and playout services to regional and international media organizations. With premium encoding provided by the ViBE VS7000, JMC began streaming 33 new OTT channels on YouTube at the end of July.
Tags: Thomson Video Networks | Jordan Media City | JMC | ViBE VS7000 | OTT | Encoding | IBC 2015 | IBC 2015
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Thomson Video Networks and Expway Join Forces to Demonstrate Live LTE Distribution With eMBMS Encoding by ViBE VS7000 Posted: 01/09/2015
Thomson Video Networks and Expway Join Forces to Demonstrate Live LTE Distribution With eMBMS Encoding by ViBE VS7000
Thomson Video Networks today announced a new partnership with Expway, a world leader in delivery of live content and multimedia files in multicast mode over wireless networks, to combine the compression performance of live HEVC video with the efficiency of LTE multicast distribution technology. At IBC2015, Thomson Video Networks and Expway will showcase a full LTE distribution chain consisting of live encoding by the ViBE(R) VS7000 HD/SD encoder and encapsulation via Expway's BMSC multicast server and eMBMS middleware devices.
Tags: Thomson Video Networks | ViBE VS7000 | Expway | LTE | Encoding | eMBMS | Multicast | BMSC | IBC 2015 | IBC 2015
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Thomson Video Networks Demonstrates ViBE VS7000 Software Encoder on HP Moonshot Platform Posted: 27/08/2015
Thomson Video Networks Demonstrates ViBE VS7000 Software Encoder on HP Moonshot Platform
Thomson Video Networks today announced an agreement with HP to develop a next-generation video delivery infrastructure based on the ViBE(R) VS7000 software integrated with an HP Moonshot system equipped with HP ProLiant m710 server cartridges.   
Tags: Thomson Video Networks | HP | Moonshot | ViBE | VS7000 | ProLiant | Encoding | Transcoding | IBC 2015 | IBC 2015
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Thomson Video Networks Introduces Interlaced Mode and Statistical Multiplexing Support for HEVC in ViBE VS7000 Posted: 18/08/2015
Thomson Video Networks Introduces Interlaced Mode and Statistical Multiplexing Support for HEVC in ViBE VS7000
Thomson Video Networks today introduced an updated version of its award-winning ViBE(R) VS7000 multi-screen encoding system with expanded capabilities for high-efficiency video coding (HEVC) -- including a new interlaced mode, an additional 10 percent improvement in compression performance, and support for statistical multiplexing. With the upgrade, the ViBE VS7000 becomes the first solution to offer HEVC and statistical encoding for interlaced video content including 1080i25/30, 576i25, and 480i30, enabling customers to deliver premium video quality with maximum bandwidth savings. 
Tags: Thomson Video Networks | ViBE VS7000 | HEVC | Compression | Interlaced Video | Statistical Multiplexing
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Major Vietnamese Telco, FPT Telecom, Chooses Thomson Video Networks Multi-Screen Solution to Drive Next-Generation IPTV and OTT Service Posted: 30/05/2015
Major Vietnamese Telco, FPT Telecom, Chooses Thomson Video Networks Multi-Screen Solution to Drive Next-Generation IPTV and OTT Service
Thomson Video Networks today announced that FPT Telecom, one of Vietnam's top three telecommunications providers, has deployed the award-winning ViBE(R) VS7000 multi-screen and HEVC encoding system to drive the upcoming new release of its IPTV and FPT Play app, the company's popular IPTV and OTT video service. The VS7000 system provides a common next-generation platform for encoding both IPTV and multi-screen services to help FPT maximize available bandwidth, minimize costs, and increase revenues from FPT Play.
Tags: Thomson Video Networks | FPT Telecom | ViBE VS7000 | Broadcast Asia 2015 | Broadcast Asia 2015
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Thomson Video Networks Enables CHILI, Italys Leading OTT Service Provider, to Launch Ultra HD Service Posted: 29/05/2015
Thomson Video Networks Enables CHILI, Italys Leading OTT Service Provider, to Launch Ultra HD Service
CHILI Deploys ViBE VS7000 Encoder to Deliver UHD Movies and TV Shows to Internet-Connected Screens, With Content Protection From Thomson Video Networks' Partner NexGuard
Tags: Thomson Video Networks | CHILI | ViBE VS7000
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A2Zlogix Chooses Thomson Video Networks ViBE VS7000 to Demonstrate Next-Generation Multi-Screen Applications Posted: 10/04/2015
A2Zlogix Chooses Thomson Video Networks ViBE VS7000 to Demonstrate Next-Generation Multi-Screen Applications
A2Zlogix Inc., a leading U.S. provider of preprocessing solutions for uncompressed video, is showcasing a solution with Thomson Video Networks' award-winning ViBE(TM) VS7000 multi-screen and HEVC video encoder to provide adaptive-bit-rate encoding for delivery of multi-screen applications. Through its partnership with Thomson Video Networks, A2Zlogix will run a software implementation of the ViBE VS7000, driven by the MediaFlexOS video operating system running on A2Zlogix servers in its demonstration lab in Edison, New Jersey. 
Tags: Thomson Video Networks | A2Zlogix | ViBE VS7000 | 2015 NAB Show | NAB 2015 | NAB 2015
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Thomson Video Networks Launches New Version of ViBE VS7000 Encoder for Video Processing in the Cloud Posted: 19/03/2015
Thomson Video Networks Launches New Version of ViBE VS7000 Encoder for Video Processing in the Cloud

Thomson Video Networks today introduced a new virtualized edition of its award-winning ViBE(TM) VS7000 multi-screen and HEVC encoder, specifically engineered to support cloud-based video processing for OTT and multi-screen deployments as well as traditional broadcasting. Powered by the MediaFlex(OS) video operating system, the ViBE VS7000 is a key component in Thomson Video Networks' Behind Every Screen(R) strategy, an all-encompassing video infrastructure that leverages cloud resources as well as on-premises hardware and software to provide the highest video quality and lowest cost of ownership.

Tags: Thomson Video Networks | ViBE VS7000 | Video Processing | OTT
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Thomson Video Networks Adds Dolby Encoding and DASH Support to its ViBE VS7000 Platform Posted: 11/04/2012
Thomson Video Networks Adds Dolby Encoding and DASH Support to its ViBE VS7000 Platform
Thomson Video Networks introduces Dolby(R) audio processing and MPEG-DASH support for the ViBE VS7000 video system, a breakthrough "anything in, anything out" encoding/transcoding platform for Web TV, over-the-top (OTT) services, IPTV, and cable delivery.
 
Introduced at NAB last year, Thomson Video Networks' ViBE VS7000 video system now provides a full range of Dolby audio technologies. Formerly available with AAC, HE-AAC, and MPEG-1 Layer II audio features, this versatile platform introduces Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby Digital encoding and decoding, as well as Dolby Digital to Dolby Digital Plus transcoding, dramatically enriching the audio processing toolbox of the ViBE VS7000 with authentic surround sound capability.
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