Motorola technology allows consumers to experience content in new, interactive
LAS VEGAS, April 16 // -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT)
will showcase a variety of content-delivery solutions including transmission
and distribution equipment, customer home equipment and other technologies at
the National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas this week.
Additionally, two executives will share their insights on how content
distribution is changing in light of new technologies, compression
advancements and bandwidth solutions during panel sessions.
"As content becomes increasingly mobile, Motorola enables content and
service providers to deliver cool customer experiences," said Doug Means,
Motorola corporate vice president and general manager, Connected Home
Solutions. "Whether the content is live, on demand, advertising or from the
Internet, Motorola can deliver the content safely in a variety of formats to a
number of devices."
Motorola's booth, located at SU1920 will demonstrate a variety of
technologies designed to enhance the customer experience including Mobile TV,
which enables customers to view content on a mobile handset, and Motorola
Follow Me TV(TM), which allows customers to move content between rooms in the
home and to portable devices.
Additionally, Motorola will showcase Internet Protocol TV (IPTV) set-tops
that enable high-quality experiences, like video on demand, pay-per-view, rich
user interfaces, and high definition. On display will be VIP set tops
supporting both the Motorola KreaTV(TM) Open Development environment and the
Microsoft TV IPTV Edition interactive entertainment system.
In content distribution and transmission, Motorola will showcase its
MPEG-4 high definition and standard definition encoders, a switched digital
video server, digital simulcast technology and customized content distribution
via the Motorola On-Target(TM) system.
Three Motorola executives will share the company's expertise and insight
about how new technologies like IP-based services and wireless technology are
changing how consumers experience TV at the IPTV World sessions on April 18.
Kevin Wirick, marketing vice president, Motorola Connected Home Solutions,
will conduct a feature presentation at 10:20 a.m. titled: "IPTV - Top Half of
the First Inning". Marty Stein, senior director of marketing, Motorola
Connected Home Solutions, will present a case study called "Anticipating the
Bottleneck: Bandwidth Usage Trend" panel at 3:40 p.m. Mark Sebastyn, senior
manager of product marketing, On Demand Solutions for Motorola, will discuss
the importance of content mobility on a panel called "How Online VOD Changes
the Game" at 5:10 p.m.
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