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THOMSON VIDEO NETWORKS
6 rue du Clos Courtel
CESSON-SEVIGNE 35510
FRANCE

Phone: +33 2 99 285 000
Fax: +33 2 99 285 001
Web site: www.thomson-networks.com
 
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A global leader in advanced video compression solutions, Thomson Video Networks empowers media companies, video service providers, and broadcasters to deliver superior video quality at the highest density and lowest bandwidth for contribution, terrestrial, satellite, cable, IPTV, and OTT services. Through its innovative Behind Every Screen™ approach, Thomson Video Networks combines on-premises and cloud-based resources to create an all-encompassing video infrastructure for its advanced ingest, branding, ad insertion, encoding/transcoding, and packaging technologies. Behind Every Screen you’ll find Thomson Video Networks. 

Product Description

Powered by Thomson’s MediaFlex video operating system, the ViBE™ VS7000 video system is a breakthrough "anything in, anything out" encoding/transcoding platform for Web TV, over-the-top (OTT) services, IPTV, and cable delivery.

The ViBE VS7000 video system solution enables video operators to expand the reach of their services with a versatility never seen before in a compression platform. The VS7000 features outstanding picture quality in an all-IP environment with live broadcast-quality encoding, innovative video preprocessing, and faster-than-real-time file transcoding.

In addition to the added support for the HEVC video codec, the VS7000 supports all major industry codecs and formats including MPEG transport streams, Adobe® Flash®,Apple® HTTP Live Streaming, Microsoft® Smooth Streaming, and MPEG-Dash.

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  • ViBE VS7000 Multiscreen & HEVC Encoder
    Powered by Thomson’s MediaFlex video operating system, the ViBE™ VS7000 video system is a breakthrough "anything in, anything out" encoding/transcoding platform for Web TV, over-the-top (OTT) services, IPTV, and cable delivery
  • ViBE XT1000 Xtream transcoder
    ViBE XT1000 is a high-density transcoder for turnaround applications, offering significant CAPEX and OPEX cost savings and accelerating time to market for operators faced with fast channel lineup growth and the rise of multi-screen applications. With up to 180 SD or 54 HD channels in 2RU, it provides best-in-class density transcoding for traditional broadcast over cable, IPTV, DTH and DTTV as well as on WebTV/Multi-screen devices.
  • MediaFlex Video Operating System white paper
    With the explosion of video content over all kinds of networks, operators (DTH, IPTV, cable and WebTV) are increasingly required to provide a multi-screen service to their end users. This makes their bouquet more attractive to subscribers. With multi-screen applications, customers can enjoy their favorite series, movies, entertainment shows and sport events wherever they may be and on a multitude of different devices (phones, tablets, computers and TV). From an operator standpoint, management of a multi-screen system is relatively challenging. This white paper describes the main features of Thomson Video Networks MediaFlex, a dedicated and innovative video operating system. This system is part of the ViBE VS7000 for multi-screen applications based on standard Hewlett-Packard 1RU/6RU and 10RU hardware. MediaFlex offers a single entry point for managing the complexity of multi-screen systems, including load balancing and integrated redundancy features. It has been designed as a future-proof platform to accommodate all new technologies such as HEVC and MPEG-DASH.
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