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Envivio Delivers Complete DTH ‘Headend in the Sky’ for Red Intercable in Argentina

by david.nunes

South San Francisco, CA – August 4, 2010 – Envivio today announced that it has delivered a complete DTH video headend as part of the “Headend in the Sky” project of Argentina’s Red Intercable, a leading video service provider and content aggregator servicing more than 240 cable operators in Argentina. The project features end-to-end integration by Envivio and has enabled Red Intercable to augment its existing cable services by blanketing the entire country with high fidelity HD and SD TV and on demand services delivered via satellite.

Installed at Red Intercable’s operations center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the all IP-based headend combines 32 SD channels and 32 HD channels encoded by Envivio 4Caster™ C42 using the Envivio Extreme™ codec to ensure the highest quality video is delivered using the least possible bandwidth: less than 1.6 Mbps for SD content and 4 Mbps for HD programming. Envivio also provided its 4Manager™ video headend management system, ASI-IP interfaces, routing, and integration with Red Intercable’s transponder.

“The addition of the Envivio video headend has enabled us to immediately begin delivering the most desirable programming, like the 2010 FIFA World Cup, to millions of customers who don’t have access to our cable system,” said Jose Toledo, president of Red Intercable, SA. “Most importantly, we are able to provide rural customers with levels of video quality that have never before been available to them. Now we can bring the very best service to everyone.”

Envivio headend solutions provide satellite TV operators with the flexibility and capability they need to compete in an increasingly diverse marketplace. Advanced compression liberates bandwidth, enabling operators to increase the variety of HD and SD channels they deliver over their existing network infrastructure. Envivio Convergence headends are a solid foundation for expansion, providing support for delivery of high quality video to mobile phone and Internet-connected devices. The complete Envivio solution was introduced and installed at Red Intercable by AVS of Buenos Aires.

“With our Convergence headends, Envivio eliminates the barrier of limited bandwidth, allowing content providers to deliver to more subscribers a great TV viewing experience,” said Boris Felts, Envivio vice president of marketing. “Red Intercable’s new DTH service perfectly demonstrates how Envivio solutions can be applied to any delivery platform to optimize the use of available bandwidth and create new opportunities for service providers.”

For more information about Envivio’s market-leading Three Screens television solutions, please visit our website www.envivio.com.

About Envivio
Envivio is the leader in solutions for video-over-IP delivery. We remove the boundaries of traditional television and make the world’s video content universally enjoyable by all viewers, on any device, across any network, at any time. Now in its second decade of developing market-leading video convergence solutions, Envivio has amassed dozens of patents, pioneered video-over-IP methods, and continually led in the deployment of emerging standards and new technologies. Today Envivio solutions deliver millions of content streams to hundreds of different styles of mobile devices, set top boxes, and PC platforms, on behalf of content owners, telecom operators, cable and satellite companies and mobile service providers in every market in the world. Deployment and support are backed by a global staff that is familiar with local technical, regulatory and market guidelines encountered around the world. Envivio is headquartered in South San Francisco, California and has offices worldwide including France England, China, Singapore and Japan.


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