T-VIPS to launch new TS adapter at upcoming IBC 2012

T-VIPS, a provider of professional video contribution and distribution equipment, says it plans to launch its new CP524 TS Adapter at IBC 2012, September 6 to 11 in Amsterdam. The adapter supports multi-stream (any input to any output), remultiplexing, and flexible format conversion and is designed for flexible repacking and delivery of content for multiple end points.

T-VIPS, a provider of professional video contribution and distribution equipment, says it plans to launch its new CP524 TS Adapter at IBC 2012, September 6 to 11 in Amsterdam. The adapter supports multi-stream (any input to any output), remultiplexing, and flexible format conversion and is designed for flexible repacking and delivery of content for multiple end points.

“As well as the remultiplexing functionality, we’ve also included extra features such as interface conversion, advanced IP processing, redundancy, monitoring, and PSI/SI/PSIP handling,” says Johnny Dolvik, CEO at T-VIPS. “For many operators and service providers, our CP524 is the only MPEG-2 TS solution they will need, and since it’s a single unit, it reduces running costs and space requirements.”

The CP524 offers network adaption between ASI, IP, SONET/SDH, and SMPTE 310 and is equipped with reliability features that include hitless switching with diversity reception, service fallback, and embedded redundancy control.

Pre-production models of the CP524 have been successfully tested at operator sites and the product is now ready to ship, T-VIPS asserts.

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