Posted on July 5, 2020 in ATSC News
The Comark Digital Services (CDS) group has been established within Hitachi-Comark to assist customers with the complexities of equipment selection, integration services, and field deployments of ATSC 3.0 / NextGen TV solutions. Hitachi-Comark and its CDS group have already been involved with several field trials and real-world NextGen TV deployments across the country.
CDS focuses on “all things IP” including encoding, signaling servers, broadcast gateways, as well as IP delivery solutions. Many of the solutions CDS integrates for NextGen TV are software products virtualized to run on dedicated servers, enterprise-level IT infrastructure, or even in cloud-based environments. CDS has solutions for protective IP connectivity (IP-STL) to effectively move content from the NOC to the cloud environment and then to the multiple SFN transmitter sites.
From software-based encoding solutions, through full ATSC 3.0 signal processing, and finally test and monitoring, CDS can custom tailor the end-to-end equipment solution necessary to get stations on the air and producing new digital revenues. CDS has partnered with several key technology vendors to offer a wide depth of options for every broadcaster’s needs.
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