November 7, 2011 - 12:00am

One of the hottest technical topics at the SCTE this year is “How are cable operators readying themselves for multi-screen applications?” Sencore has been selected to discuss this at SCTE2012. Sencore’s presentation is designed to help operators through the challenges of normalizing video content from a variety of sources and will describe the system architecture that is needed for multi-screen video technology.

We will also be demonstrating new technology solutions for monitoring and analyzing QAM, IP, and MPEG2 and MPEG4 signals, specific demonstrations include:

  • The new VB12 RF Portable RF/IP probe featuring inputs for RF, IP, or ASI in one easy to use, portable field device
  • The new SLM 1478 Automated RF Signal Analyzer; offering technicians a complete set of tools for troubleshooting all RF related issues with full tuning to 1 GHz and a large color display for spectral analysis --the unit provides full DOCSIS 3.0 upstream and downstream testing capabilities and an optic power meter
  • Transcoding solutions for real-time linear conversions and linear adaptive streaming
  • Sencore’s new line of products for OTT streaming and Content Delivery Network streamers from Broadpeak; one of the number one CDN providers in video streams in the world

As a reminder the SCTE will take place November 15th through 17th in Atlanta, GA and provides cable engineers and technicians vital access to the latest in cable technology, products and services – there is a lot of exciting things to see and try at Sencore’s booth – so stop by for a technology test drive at booth #1412. If you are not able to meet with us at the show we are happy to set up a field demonstration at your facility.

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation and evaluation at W.Jones@Sencore.com.

One of the hottest technical topics at the SCTE this year is “How are cable operators readying themselves for multi-screen applications?” Sencore has been selected to discuss this at SCTE2012. Sencore’s presentation is designed to help operators through the challenges of normalizing video content from a variety of sources and will describe the system architecture that is needed for multi-screen video technology