Arris rolls out new HEVC set-tops, compression products

Timed to the ongoing IBC conference in Amsterdam, as well as the upcoming Cable-Tec Expo in Denver, Arris is introducing a range of new products based on HEVC technology.

The company introduced three new advanced compression products that utilize High Efficiency Video Codec technology and are designed to enable 4K delivery.

The DSR-7400 is a fifth-generation member of Arris' Transcoder IRD product family, adding HEVC technology to enable Ultra HD/4Kp60 resolution.

The Arris SE-7400 is a single-channel HEVC UHD encoder for live linear encoding up to 4Kp60, featuring advanced video compression to deliver live content at low bit rates.

And the Arris ME-7000 is a converged compression platform for multiscreen delivery of IPTV, cable and satellite applications, offering multi-codec (MPEG-2, AVC, HEVC), multi-format support with SD/HD/UltraHD encoding and transcoding.

Separately, at IBC, Arris is previewing three new set-tops with HEVC decode capability and 802.11ac Wi-Fi, all based on Arris' open IPTV platform KreaTV and all designed to support a wide variety of software applications.

For more:
- read this Arris press release

Related links:
Broadcom introduces new line of HEVC set-top chips for DBS operators
Arris smashes investor forecast on Q2 revenue of $1.43B; video set-top/gateway sales spike 8%
Arris teams with startup Wurl to create new OTT platform for set-tops

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