ANGA Cable 2012

Stofa expands offering with Appear TV

Headend equipment provider Appear TV (Stand T10) has helped Danish cable operator Stofa to expand its service offering through the provision of transcoding solutions. The… Read more

SmarDTV develops VOD CI Plus CAM

Kudelski’s SmarDTV (Stand E11) and connected TV specialist Wiztivi have combined CI Plus and HbbTV solutions to enable video-on-demand for cable networks. SmarDTV intends to… Read more

Q&A: Peter Charissé, managing director, ANGA

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In the run-up to ANGA Cable, Digital TV Europe speaks to Peter Charissé, managing director, ANGA, about the themes of this year event and some… Read more

Teleste signs UPC deal for optical nodes

Teleste (Stand E19) is to deliver optical node products to UPC Broadband, a division of Liberty Global. According to Teleste, the new optical node platform… Read more

DVB to highlight DVB-C2 ahead of German launch

Ahead of the planned rollout of DVB-C2-based digital cable services in Germany, the DVB (Stand B18) plans to use ANGA Cable to showcase the new… Read more

ATX to highlight VersAtive and UCrypt

ATX (Stand H18) will use ANGA Cable to highlight its VersAtive encoding/transcoding platform, which it says is positioned to address any type of encoding/transcoding or… Read more

DEV to highlight headend enhancements

DEV Systemtechnik (stand N28) will use ANGA to highlight new distribution matrix features for its DEV 2190 managed L-band distribution system and DEV7114 Optribution distribution… Read more

Thomson Video Networks highlights compression advances

TV technology provider Thomson Video Networks (Stand N30) will use ANGA Cable to highlight advances in its compression  platforms. Specifically, Thomson will showcase the ViBE… Read more

Miranda to be acquired by Belden, plans to debut iControl at ANGA Cable

The board of ANGA Cable exhibitor Miranda (Stand P15) this week agreed to recommend an offer by Belden to acquire the company for C$17 (€13)… Read more

KeyFibre to highlight KeyQuick

Infrastructure technology provider KeyFibre (Stand T26) plans to use the ANGA Cable show to showcase its range of of KeyQuick connectors and mechanical splices. According… Read more

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