Harmonic expands Ellipse 3000 family [DigitalProductionME.com]
(DigitalProductionME.com Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Harmonic, a specialist in video delivery infrastructure, has expanded its Ellipse 3000 family of contribution encoders for digital satellite newsgathering (DSNG) and fixed contribution applications.
The new Ellipse 3102 and Ellipse 3202 contribution encoders offer advanced capabilities including 4:2:2 10-bit encoding of 1080p60 content and dual power supplies.
The Ellipse 3202 is the industry's first DSNG encoder with an integrated modulator that supports both the new DVB Carrier ID (DVB-CID) standard for reducing interference between satellite signals, and the new DVB-S2X specification for improving performance of DVB-S2 satellite digital broadcasting.
Harmonic will showcase its comprehensive line of solutions that optimise the production and delivery of high-value video services, including the new Ellipse contribution encoders, at stand 1.B20 during IBC2014 in Amsterdam in September.
"Harmonic understands the specific requirements of broadcasters. Our unique video-focused technology portfolio reflects this by providing a complete solution, from contribution through distribution and delivery," said Yaniv Sibony, senior product manager at Harmonic.
"The newest members of our Ellipse contribution encoder family continue the tradition by providing excellent video quality, efficiency, flexibility, and reliability at a competitive price point, making them ideal for a variety of content contribution applications."
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