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SAN DIEGO, TelcoTV Conference & Expo 2005, Nov. 3/PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Tut Systems Inc. will showcase its industry-leading MPEG-4 AVC solutions for encoding and transcoding at booth 406 November 9-10 at TelcoTV Conference& Expo 2005. In addition, the company will announce the availability of a fully integrated, tested and deployed Digital Program Insertion Solution.
Tut Systems' carrier class Astria content processor (CP) platform extends its industry leadership with the addition of the world's most deployed MPEG-4 AVC encoding and transcoding functions in the telecom marketplace. It features more than 1,000 channels and numerous 100-plus channel headend wins in various stages of deployment.
In addition, the Astria CP is extending its functionality for existing MPEG-2 digital headend customers that serve a video subscriber base large enough to support ad insertion business models. Tut Systems' certified Digital Program Insertion Solution allows service providers to deliver advertisements and programs on analog and digital channels using common equipment and software, and ensures interoperability with leading third-party components.
At this year's TelcoTV Conference and Expo, Tut Systems will also demonstrate its standards-based IP Forward Error Correction solutions and high-density, carrier class IP-to-RF edge modulation capabilities of the Astria video services processor.
The Astria family of video processing platforms, which serves as the core of the company's digital headend solution, processes both analog and digital video streams from multiple satellite and local sources in a variety of formats. It supports MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 AVC video compression, local ad insertion and forward error correction, and provides real-time conditioning for distribution of video and audio over any ATM, IP or RF broadband network.