Offering customised and end-to end solutions for content security and operational support – including single-way and two-way CAS, DRM, subscriber management systems, business operation support systems, EPG, Screen Cross, Cyber Cloud, IPQAM and smart terminal systems, Novel-Super TV has plenty to talk about to IBC visitors.
It is showing its Secure Max (CAS+DRM), Screen Cross, Magic Cube, IPQAM and Tethered Aerial Signal Transmission Unit.
Novel-Super TV is focusing on Screen Cross, which it says has been successfully deployed in China. Screen Cross provides the ability to transform DVB to IP, making full use of operators’ existing DVB broadcasting network to distribute content to smartphones, tablets and second screen devices, allowing operators to reduce their investment in the head-end. It is claimed to provide a better experience without delay, buffering and consuming internet bandwidth.
The current implementation of Screen Cross is based on DVB-C. However, Novel-Super TV said it is developing products based on DVB-T/T2, DVB-S/S2, DTMB and so on, to cater for a range of carriers in different regions. The DVB-T/T2 gateway is expected to launch soon.