RGB Networks just hit a major milestone in our company growth—we’ve surpassed $100 million in lifetime shipments. That’s a major accomplishment—one that that is especially notable in these tough economic times. I’ve been with RGB for over four years and I’m very proud of our achievement—one that has taken a lot of hard work from a lot of very talented people. Reaching this milestone is a significant indication that “we’ve arrived”—we’re no longer a start-up, but an established and successful company. Great job to each and every RGBer who has helped us to reach this milestone and thank you to all of our customers, partners and vendors who have supported us along the way.
Here’s to the next $100 million!
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Broadcasters are facing many new challenges. The proliferation of HD content is placing high demand on network capacity, while emerging applications, such as digital ad insertion and dynamic content modification, only up the requirements placed on the broadcast environment. These challenges are not readily met with the video processing equipment currently deployed. Existing solutions, typically built with baseband video processing technologies, are not designed to handle today’s requirements for dynamic logo insertion, text crawls or graphic overlay applications; and addressing these applications with baseband processing equipment is very expensive.
Based on next-generation technology, RGB’s Broadcast Network Processor (BNP) offers the advanced capabilities that broadcasters require to meet the demands of today’s video delivery environment. And now, a new partnership between RGB and Trilithic further streamlines EAS for broadcast DTV. Broadcasters can now inject EAS messages directly into their ASI transport streams without the need to demux or decode. They can even target multiple transmitter sites. The integration of RGB’s BNP with Trilithic’s EASyCAST EAS System enables in-stream EAS crawl insertions with digital audio placement, along with the highest quality multiplexing, grooming and transrating available today. The BNP can also deliver static and full-motion graphics, including PiP.
To see our integrated solution for the delivery of digital emergency alert message overlays for DTV multicast, please visit us at NAB in Trilithic’s booth #C10548.
Click here to register for a free pass, courtesy of Trilithic.
Tags: Broadcast Network Processor (BNP)
, Digital overlays