Posted Mon Aug 16, 2010 at 11:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward
The new tech is able to transcode and stream four HD streams to four HD TVs at once.
Going wireless is the dream, isn't it? To slip the surly bonds of cable and send media through the sky on laughter-silvered wings. Alright, maybe that's overdoing it a little, but it'd still be great not to have to deal with wires running all over the place, wouldn't it?
That's what Zenverge is promising to do using ProVision's AXAR2010 platform. Zenverge is using its own ZN200 – a 4xHD codec and transcoder system. The system pulls in MPEG2 streams, converts them to H.264 and then sends them on out wirelessly.
"Operators worldwide are looking for ubiquitous, reliable, and cost effective solutions for distributing content around the home," says Zenverge CEO Amir Mobini. "Zenverge's ZEN architecture, with its industry leading performance and density, was designed from the ground-up to do just that.
It's an OEM solution, which means it's not going to be made or sold on its own, but you'll see it eventually from other manufacturers under another name.
Source: PR Newswire
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