NOVELSAT’s Xstream selected by multiple satellite operators
April 11, 2022
NOVELSAT, a global player in content connectivity, has announced that its new multi-purpose video gateway, NOVELSAT Xstream, has been selected and deployed by multiple satellite operators and media broadcasters to empower media delivery networks. Designed to increase operational efficiencies, NOVELSAT Xstream ideally addresses the needs of multi-connectivity satellite networks requiring any-to-any video gateway.
NOVELSAT Xstream multi-purpose video gateway provides a highly integrated, optimized, and efficient multi-signal solution for media networks. Build on off-the-shelf servers with software-defined modular architecture and carrier-grade management system, NOVELSAT Xstream high-density architecture incorporates multiple satellite modulators and demodulators, supporting the most bandwidth-efficient waveform, NOVELSAT NS4, as well as standard DVB-S2 and DVB-S2X. In addition, NOVELSAT Xstream integrates multiple independent ASI and IP interfaces, supporting any-to-any failover matrix with stream and service redundancy. Presenting a powerful re/multiplexing system, NOVELSAT Xstream supports advanced PSI/SI and descriptor handling capabilities as well as program analysis, including program level bitrate measurements on both incoming and outgoing streams.
Several leading satellite operators and media broadcasters has selected NOVELSAT Xstream for their satellite video networks. With this solution in place, these companies are set to benefit from high density, flexibility, and scalability, utilizing multiple configurations and service options, such as video turnaround, multi-satellite reception, multi-signal transmission, and more.
“NOVELSAT is bringing to market new levels of integration, optimization, and efficiency for satellite video networks,” said Gary Drutin, CEO of NOVELSAT. “Our new Xstream solution, is quickly gaining recognition amongst leading service providers and media distributers who are seeking innovative ways to transform their network capabilities while optimizing and lowering operational costs.”