Pace to show RDK, DOCSIS 3.0 and Wireless Mesh Networking solutions at ANGA COM
May 19, 2014
Pace, a global expert in cable TV and broadband technologies, will be showcasing their RDK products and solutions at this year’s ANGA COM show; media servers, IP clients and dongles along with Elements RDK ready software platform. Pace has been at the forefront of RDK-based product development from the beginning, working in partnership with leading operators with their RDK product roll-outs across North America. Having shipped over 3 million RDK compliant devices in the US alone, Pace is now planning to expand their RDK product deployments into the European market and beyond.
Of particular interest at ANGA COM will be Pace’s broad range of DOCSIS 3.0 products – from basic cable modems to the latest wireless triple play solutions and market leading multi-channel, transcoding media servers and client devices. The recent acquisition of Aurora Networks gives Pace an unrivalled end-to-end proposition for cable operators to deliver their PayTV and triple-play services, especially with the evolution to DOCSIS 3.1 enabled services.
With the FIFA World Cup almost upon us Pace will be showing their latest 4K Ultra-HD media server along with wireless mesh networking, distributing HEVC content to multiple screens throughout the home. Also on display will be Pace’s DZC3002 pre-integrated HD STB that gives cable operators the flexibility to incrementally enhance their PayTV services with PVR, VoD and networking capabilities. Finally, Pace will be showing their ECO Service Management solutions which allow operators to remotely manage and monitor the subscriber’s quality of experience whilst minimising their operational costs with reduced call handling and product returns.
President of Pace International, Jim Henderson, says “the cable industry is going through a massive change as there has never been more choice for consumers and opportunities for operators with the ability to deliver pay-TV and DOCSIS triple play services. We offer solutions for everyone; whether they’re looking to launch their first cable TV or broadband service, enhance their existing proposition with solutions like PVR or OTT, or expand content and internet access to multiple devices. With RDK and our open software platforms we aim to free operators from complex and proprietary solutions, giving them control over their services and their subscriber’s experience whilst minimising their total cost of ownership.”
Visit Pace at ANGA COM 2014, stand Q9, hall 10.1 to learn more.