Motama, a leading supplier of server products for IPTV and Internet TV/Over-the-Top (OTT), presents the next generation of rack mountable 19" head-end servers, the DVB gateways called TVCaster.
TVCaster is a turn-key solution offering all cutting-edge functionality you expect from an integrated DVB receiver, descrambler, remultiplexer, and IP streaming server. Together, twelve different TVCaster models are available. Highlights of the new series include:
TVCaster 400 series with 4 inputs in only 1U chassis, either for DVB-S/S2, DVB-T/T2, DVB-C, and DVB-ASI.
High-density servers for DVB-S/S2 with CI slots for conditional access modules (CAM) supporting decryption of pay-TV:
TVCaster 600-S2 CI with 6 inputs and 6 CI slots in 2U
TVCaster 1400-S2 CI with 14 inputs and 14 CI slots in 3U.
High-density servers for DVB-S/S2 for free-to-air channels:
TVCaster 1200-S2 with 12 inputs in 2U
TVCaster 2800-S2 with 28 inputs in 3U.
All servers are now also available with hot-pluggable redundant power supply and redundant disk array of solid state drives (SSD). Still, the price per input was improved by up to 33% making Motama's servers a very cost-effective solution for customers looking for a high-quality product 'Made in Germany'.
All products come with an easy to use web interface, a command line toolkit, and a free software development kit (SDK), which allows for setting up, controlling and monitoring the servers. Included is also a service that extracts EPG data (electronic program guide) from the DVB feeds and saves this information to XML files to be used in IPTV middleware.
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Motama provides solutions for delivery, processing, and presentation of audio and video content in IP networks.
Our product portfolio includes DVB gateways, encoder/transcoders, and streaming servers and protocols for content distribution.
These products drive applications in IPTV, Content Delivery Networks (CDN), Internet/Over-The-Top (OTT), Telecommunication, Mobile, Hospitality, and Corporate Networks.
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