DCM Product Update

DCM Product Update
DCM Product Update
Bojan Nedelcev
Consulting Systems Engineer - South East Europe
SP Video Technology Group
March, 2012
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Cisco
Cisco
DCM
DCM
Transcoder
Video
Processor / transcoder
Cisco DCM Gateway
y
Cisco Media Processor
Video
Processing
Transcoders
Live ABR Transcoder
IP Video Gateway
Cisco® MEP D9036
M d l Encoder
Modular
E
d
VIDEO PROCESSING
Cisco Receivers
Encoders
Cisco ROSA® VSM
Cisco PNC
File based Transcoder
Receivers Decoders
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Cisco Transcode
M
Manager
Control Systems
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Transitions are taking
in many
g place
p
y area’s
Production
Production
Contribution
Post Production
Post production
MAM
Consumption
Consumer
C
Distribution
Contribution
Direct to Home (DTH)
Cisco DCM Gateway
IP
Cisco DCM Video
Processor / transcoder
Home
Over The Air (DTT)
News Gathering
Post Production
IP
IP
Network
Telco (Wireline)
Media
Sport Events
Video Processing
g
IP Video Net
Gateway
y
IP
Cable
IP
Studio-to-Studio
Production
Data Center
CDN
OTT
Wireless
Live-Live resilency
Low latency
Opex
I-Frame
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2010
Cisco
and/or
its
affiliates.
All
rights
reserved.
IP
10 bit color
NLE
P-DC
OTT
Encapsulation TV Everywhere
Simulcrypt
Blackouts
DRM
Advertising
IP
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ABR
nDVR4
EPG bundles
H.264 HD/SD
Provider systems
Subscribe
r Mgmt
Billing
Videoscape
Home
Applications Suite
TV Schedules
Unmanaged VOD
Media Suite
Unified CMS
Migration
Suite
Entitlement
RTN UI Server
Publisher
Virtual STB
Server
Value EAS App Companion
Device Brk
Add Apps
XoD Linear/TSTV nDVR App
OTA/Sat/Network
Linear TV
Service / Proximity Routing
Cisco DCM Video
Processor
Acquisition Suite
AS Series
Media
Processors
Video Processing
Cisco
Virtual
Transcode
Origin
Manager
Services
IP Video
Compression
Encapsulator /
ABR Packager
CDN Tier
(Data Center)
CDS Content
Acquirer
CDN Tier
(Core / Aggr
Routing)
Edge
Routing &
Caching
Tier
Cable,
xDSL,
FTTH, 4G
Medi
a GW
Videoscap
Vid
e
IP STB
Connected
TV, PC &
Tablet
Soft Client
CDS
Streamer
CDS Cache
ASR9K
(ISM)
Notebook &
Tablet
Soft Client
3G/4G
& WiFi
Smartphon
e/ Tablet
Soft Client
ASR5K
Mobile
Video GW
Mobile Content
Adaptation Engine
Advanced
Advertising
Alert
Manager
Hybrid
STB
On the Go
Unknown
Conductor
Store Front
Distribution Suite
Workflow Control
Managed VOD
Legacy
STB
Reporting &
Analytics
Session
Manager
Connection
Manager
Recomme
ndations
Device
Manager
Social
Networks
Client
Frameworks
End to End System Management
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• Transrating
g Multiplexer
p
• Unmatched Performance
• Digital Ad Splicing
• Highest Transrating/coding/DPI
• Multi-format Transcoding/rating
Capacity
• Bulk Encryptor/Decryptor
• Low Power Consumption
p
• Statmux Controller
• Flexible Modular Configuration
• ASI/IP/8VSB/S2 Interface Conversion
• Future Proof Against Changing
• PSI/SI/PSIP Processor
• Input Error Monitoring
• Advanced Redundancy Schemes
• Application Platform
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Requirements
System
• Maximized Up Time
• Seamless IP Video Networks
Integration
• Excellent Video Quality
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Control & Monitoring (ROSA)
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MIP Inse
ertion
Gigabit Ethernet
IP
IP
Satellite
Modula
ation
Scram
mbling
Spliicing
Trans
srating
SI
S
ASI
Tra
ans
cod
de
A/V
Encod
de
ATM
Re-M
Multiplexing
E3/DS3
Statmux
S
QAM
Acqu
uisition
OFDM
Descra
ambling
QPSK
IP Streamin
I
ng
Redundancy Management
DCM Functionality
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New
HW Modules
Receiver
Cards
8-VSB DRD
IP Gateway
Cards
SDI GWY
S2 DRD
JP2K
DCM MFP
Transcoding
Cards
Plug-on Cards
Transcoder &
MPEG-2 Logo
Co-processor MKI
GbE I/O
GbE I/O MKI
ASI I/O
ASI I/O MKI
Chassis & MB
FEC Plug-on MKI
GbE Statmux
ASI DTF
DCM 2RU MKI (EOL)
FY07
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MFP
DCM 1RU MKI
FY08
ASI SFN I/O V2
ASI SFN I/O
FY09
DCM Mk2 2RU
DCM 2RU CISCO
FY10
FY11
FY12
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Keyy Features
2+2 GbE Ports, full duplex, SFP
GbE I/O Card
Up to 500 streams, 2Gbps
UDP/RTP, VLAN, TOS, IGMP
ETR 290, Advanced MPEG, PSI/SI Processing
Port, Service, TS Redundancy
IP statmux controller
10 ASI BNC Ports, SW configurable I/O
Up to 500 streams, 2Gbps
ASI I/O Card
Full 213 Mbps ASI rate support
ETR 290, Advanced MPEG, PSI/SI Processing
Port, Service, TS Redundancy
Digital Transport Formatting
8 ASI BNC Ports,, 1PPS & 10 MHz SFN Clock Inputs
p
ASI SFN I/O Card v2
Similar feature set as ASI I/O module
 Internal P&L holdover circuite & MIP synchronization
•Satellite Reception Card with Common Interface
Dense Satellite Reception/
Decryption Card (DRD-S2)
•4 independent receivers on single DCM Card
•4 CI slots on single DCM Card
•Unparalleled density: 12 RF/CI slots in DCM 2RU
•DVB-S2 Multistream (DVB MIS) capable on all inputs
•Add ATSC 8-VSB Off-Air reception to DCM
Dense Satellite Reception/
Decryption Card (8-VSB)
•4
4 and 8 RF Input
Inp t version
ersion
•Tuning Range: RF Channel 2-69 (50-860 MHz)
•Input RF Level Range: -80(*) to -20 dBm
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Key Features
MPEG-2 SD/HD transrating, CBR/VBR
Coprocessor Card
(plug-on for ASI, ASI/SFN, GbE I/O cards)
MPEG-2 SD/HD DPI
DVB CSA & BISS-1 scrambling
PID Sync & Delay
Up to 350 SD/85 MPEG-2 transrates
Up to 115 SD/45 HD MPEG-2 splices
FEC Card
(plug-on for GbE I/O cards)
SMPTE 2022 (COP3) FEC
Up to 250/160 streams for 1D/2D FEC
Supports
S
RTP packet re-ordering
MPEG-2  AVC SD/HD transcoding
Transcoder Card
((occupies
p
1 application
pp
slot))
Transcodes up to 8 SD/3 HD/16 stereo pairs
MPEG1 LayerII/AC-3  HE-AAC audio transcoding
Audio & Metadata p
pass-through
g sync’ed
y
to video
PIP, Closed Caption
MPEG-2 SD/HD logo insertion
Up to 4 logo’s per program, up to 4 SD/HD programs per card for logo insertion
MPEG-2/AVC SD/HD  MPEG-2/AVC SD/HD transcoding
Up to 24 SD/8 HD per card for single layer card
Up to 48 SD/16 HD per card for dual layer card
MFP Card
AAC, AC-3, MPEG1 LayerII audio transcoding
(occupies 1 application slot)
Audio & Metadata pass-through sync’ed to video
Closed
Closed Caption
Rescaling capabilities for downconversion, PIP and low res picture generation
Hardware ready for AVC DPI
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Key Features
Up to 6 SDI interfaces, auto format detection
–SD-SDI & HD-SDI: up to 6 inputs, 6 outputs or 3 in/3 out
Gateway Cards:
–3G-SDI:
3G SDI: up to 3 in/3 out
Up to 6 electrical, 6 optical or combination of both
10G-SDI-E
Supports transport of 1080p50/60, and 3D signals
10G-SDI-O
Dual redundant 10G (or 1G) IP Interface, full duplex
10G-SDI-EO
SFP+ (for 10G) or SFP (for 1G) interfaces
1G-SDI-E
COP4 FEC support
Configurable dejitter buffer to optimize delay
Fixed BNC as SDI reference clock input (BB or tri-level)
Fixed BNC as SDI loop-through output
Ancillary data support
Port & Service BU, anycast and hitless redundancy modes
Optional plug-on module for GWY cards
JPEG-2k
JPEG 2k Card
(plug-on for gateway cards)
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Supports 3 encodes and 3 decodes
Up to 900Mbps video processing
Different quality levels supported including lossless mode
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ASI<>GbE Conversion Modes
DVB-S/S2 & ATSC 8-VSB Reception
ASI Input Rate Limiting
DVB-CI Descrambing
COP3 FEC
DVB-S2 MIS Support
Advanced service/comp remultiplexing
SCTE-20/21 closed caption conversion
Advanced descriptor handling
Audio Levelling
Ultra-dense open loop MPEG-2 transrating
Elaborate Bit Rates
IP Statmux Control
AVC closed loop transrating/coding
Ultrra-dense Ad & Local Program Insertion
AVC SD/HD Ad & Local Program
Insertion
SCTE-18 EAS trigger support
Digital Overlays
DVB-CSA & Simulcrypt scrambling
Integrated with all leading CA systems
BISS Mode 1 scrambling & descrambling
≠ redundancy scheme’s supported
Dynamic PSI/SI/PSIP generation incl. EIT
Supporting standardized PSIG<>MUX
PSI/SI playout carousel
Integrated with external SI systems
Built-in PSI/SI Viewer
Advanced EIT Filtering Options
Multi transport stream concentration
SFN MIP Insertion
BISS-1 encryption
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Device Port
Device,
Port, Service & TS Backup
GPI
ASI & GbE Port Mirroring
Slate Generation
Bit Rate Measurements & ETR 290 monitor
RTP Config for Hitless Switchover
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Key Features
•Satellite Reception Card with Common Interface
•4 independent receivers on single DCM Card
•4 CI slots on single DCM Card
•Unparalleled density: 12 RF/CI slots in DCM 2RU
Dense Satellite Reception/
Decryption Card (DRD-S2)
•DVB-S2 Multistream (DVB MIS) capable on all inputs
•Add ATSC 8-VSB Off-Air reception to DCM
•4 and 8 RF Input version
•Tuning Range: RF Channel 2-69 (50-860 MHz)
Dense Satellite Reception/
Decryption Card (8-VSB)
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•Input RF Level Range: -80(*) to -20 dBm
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Multi-Format Processing Card (MFP)
Key Features
AVC Transrating
– Brings DCM MPEG-2 transrating features to AVC
applications
AVC and MPEG-2 Transcoding & Statmux
DCM-MFP-S
Single layer MFP card
for DCM 1RU & 2RU chassis
– Converts to and from either codec, per service
– Audio transcoding or pass-through
– Up to 24 SD/8 HD per DCM-MFP-S
– Up to 48 SD/16 HD per DCM-MFP
AVC Splicing Capabilities
• Real transrated seamless splice, SD and HD
• Audio splicing including MPEG-1, AC-3, AAC
• Up to 24 SD/ 4 HD per DCM-MFP-S
• Up to 48 SD/ 8 HD per DCM-MFP
DCM MFP
DCM-MFP
Dual layer MFP card for
DCM MkII 2RU chassis
Prepared for advanced AVC Processing Graphic
Overlay
– Graphic overlays for logo Insertion, text crawls, etc.
– Rescaling for PIP generation and high density multiresolution (adaptive)
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DTA Satellite receiver
• 12 RF /2RU chassis
• DVB‐S/S2
• CCM & VCM
• QPSK, 8PSK and 16APSK
• 22kHz Tone
• LNB voltage
Descrambler
DVB‐‐S2 MIS
DVB
DVB‐T DVB‐
distribution
• BISS‐1 (CAMless)
• DVB‐CI (4 slot)
• Flexible usage
 descramble from any input
(GbE, ASI, DVB‐S2)
• Optimal CAM usage
• Multiple Input Stream on all RF
inputs
((single carrier, g
multiple TS)
• Extract 6 TS from a single carrier.
• SFN compliant reception of DVB‐T muxes
• Deterministic descrambling
• Works in MIS and non‐MIS inputs
DCM Processing
• Transrating/coding
• Ad/Local Program Insertion
• Service Backup p
from any source (ASI/S2/IP)…
• Scrambling, FEC, Monitoring…
DCM
MB
ASI /GbE IO ASI/GbE
(+ COP)
MFP
MFP
DRD
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DVB‐S2
n CAM
CAM
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DTA Satellite receiver
Descrambler
DVB-S2 MIS
DVB T distribution
DVB-T
di t ib ti over S
Satellite
t llit (SFN)
• Coding and Modulation
 Support both DVB
DVB-S
S and DVB
DVB-S2
S2
 CCM and VCM
 1-45Mbaud
 QPSK,, 8PSK and 16APSK
• 12 RF Inputs in DCM 2 RU chassis
• LNB Powering up to 350 mA only on RF Input 1 and 2
 Bottom layer only
• 22kHz Tone and LNB voltage for band selection and
polarization
l i ti
• Physical Layer descrambling
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DTA Satellite receiver
Descrambler
DVB-S2 MIS
DVB T distribution
DVB-T
di t ib ti over S
Satellite
t llit (SFN)
• Dual DVB-CI CAM slots: Up to 4 per Input Card
• Flexible CAM usage
 Descramble content from any Input!
 e.g. GbE and ASI IO boards.
• BISS-1 descrambling
g ((without CAM))
• CAM and Smart Card Diagnostics
• Reboot / reset CAM via Software
Input TS
Output TS
Route clear Services and PIDs to output
GbE2 •• Route scrambled Services and PIDs to CAM for RF1
RF2
ASI1
ASI1
ASI2
GbE1
ASI3
CA
M1
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descrambling
• Route descrambled Services and PIDs to any output.
• Route EMMs to CAM modules.
CA
M2
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DTA Satellite receiver
Descrambler
DVB-S2 MIS
DVB
T di
t ib ti over S
t llit (SFN)
DVB-T
distribution
Satellite
• Use a single carrier for multiple TS to use transponder more efficiently
Using
DVB-S2
framing
structure
• Select up to 6 TS from a single carrier on every RF Input
MIS FPGA
MIS FPGA
Tuner
Demod
Tuner
Demod
• Licensed per RF input
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DTA Satellite receiver
Descrambler
DVB-S2 MIS
DVB T distribution
DVB-T
di t ib ti over S
Satellite
t llit (SFN)
•DVB‐S2
Modulation
•Dummy PL
Frame insertion
Frame insertion
•Multi Stream aggregation
Modulator
Concentrator
SFN Compliant
Decombining
•ISI support
•Dummy PL frame removal
•ISSY
 SFN Compliance
GPS
GPS
DCM SFN
DVB‐T Transport Streams
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DCM DRD
C
DCM DRD
SFN Region 1
GPS
SFN Region 1
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Vendor
Aston
A t
Aston
Aston
Aston
Aston
Aston
Aston
Aston
SmarDTV
SmarDTV
SMiT
SMiT
SMiT
SMiT
SMiT
SMiT
SMiT
SMiT
SMiT
SMiT
Neotion
CAS
Viaccess
Vi
Viaccess
Mediaguard
Mediaguard
Conax
Conax
Irdeto
Irdeto
Nagravision
NDS Videoguard
NDS Videoguard
Irdeto
Irdeto
Cryptoworks
Cryptoworks
Conax
Conax
Viaccess
Viaccess
Comvenient
Viaccess
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System Name
HW Version
Aston Viaccess Professional
1
A t Viaccess
Aston
Vi
Consumer
C
1 01
1.01
Aston Mediaguard Professional 1
Aston Mediaguard Consumer
Aston Conax Professional
Aston Conax Consumer
Aston Irdeto Pro 2.1508
1
Aston Irdeto Consumer
2.02
NagraVision
WORLDCAM_II
NDS Videoguard SmarDTV
Rev 1
NDS Videoguard SMiT
SMiT Irdeto Professional1
2.2.1
SMiT Irdeto Consumer
2.2.1
SMiT Cryptoworks Professional 2.2.1
SMiT Cryptoworks Consumer 2.2.1
221
SMiT Conax Professional
3
SMiT Conax Consumer
3
SMiT Viaccess Professional
1.3.0(221)
SMiT Viaccess Consumer
1.3.0(221)
(
)
OSN
Edision TV (Overon)
App Version
2,26
2 1900B
2.1900B
2.26
2.18
2.26
2 2300T
2.2300T
2.1508B
2.1510B
CAK6_D3 1.1.28
3.26.5 (63.SCMCI)
1.3.2
IRD-STD-3.7.1m-8
IRD-STD-3.7.1
CW-STD-3.9.11m-8
CW STD 3 9 11
CW-STD-3.9.11
3.1
3.1
1.6.1(174)m12
1.6.1(174)
(
)
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 Fits into installed base of DCM
chassis
DCM
MB
ASI or GbE IO
(+ COP)
ASI
GbE
 MFP card is a pure processing
resource – no I/O
 Use in conjunction with at least one
I/O card
MFP
 Builds on existing DCM
functionality
MFP
MFP
 MUX
MUX, scrambling
scrambling, PSI/SI
processing, monitoring, FEC,
redundancy
DCM
MB
ASI or GbE IO
(+ COP)
(+ COP)
MFP
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ASI
GbE
 All platform features come along
 Licensed model
 ROSA™ integrated
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DCM MFP Anticipated Functionality:
•Transcode incoming MPEG-2 programs to AVC
•Splice outgoing channels to insert commercials
•Seamless splice to insert regional programs
•Incoming VBR statmuxed programs
•Insert logo on some outgoing channels
•Mixed MPEG-2/AVC SD/HD input
•Statmux/transrate outgoing programs so their bitrate
is dynamically adopted (VBR) to fit outgoing MPTS
•Containing SCTE-35 cue triggers
P1
P1
P1
P1
P1
A1 P1
P1
Px
Px
Px
Px
Px
Px
Ax
Px
S1
S1
S1
S1
S1
S1
B1
S1
Sy
Sy
Sy
Sy
Sy
Sy
By
Sy
A1
B1
AVC Program
By
Local Program
•Outgoing VBR
programs in statmux
MPEG-2 Program
Logo
Ax
Ad Server
Delivering MPEG‐2 video processing feature set in AVC
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• MFP video processing engines
Map video processing resources to
y (TR/TC/DPI)
(
)
functionality
Map video processing functionality to
service types (SD or HD)
• Engine options (R1)
6 SD
3 SD + 1 HD
2 HD
• # engines available depending on
audio processing (3 or 4 per MFP)
• Drag ‘n Drop
From input to MFP
p
From MFP to output
Between MFP’s (*)
Between processing cards (MFP, TC,
DRD) (*)
• Similar to DCM transcoder and DVB
CI- descrambling
(*) Roadmap Item
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• MFP processing engines
Indicators show usage per engine
Indicators showing %free per engine
Indicators showing if new changes
would give overloads yes/no
• Audio Configuration (R1)
Input to output codec conversion
Bit rate configuration
Packetization
• Audio Transcoding between
MPEG-1 LayerII
AC-3
AAC
Stereo
• Multi-channel transcoding for
l t releases
later
l
(*) Roadmap Item
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3 DCM‐MFP‐S in 2RU
1 DCM‐MFP‐S in 1RU
• Video only processing, audio in pass-through
• 24 SD services
i
per DCM
DCM-MFP-S
MFP S card
d
• 8 HD services per DCM-MFP-S card
• Combination of HD and SD per 3 SD or 1 HD
Table indicates nr of cards needed
HD \ SD
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
0
0
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
6
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
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1
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
18
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
24
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
30
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
36
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
42
2
2
3
3
3
3
48
2
3
3
3
3
54
3
3
3
3
60
3
3
3
66
3
3
72
3
Example:
23 SD and 7 HD
 2 MFP‐S cards
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3 DCM‐MFP‐S in 2RU
1 DCM‐MFP‐S in 1RU
• Video & Audio processing
• 18 SD services
i
per DCM
DCM-MFP-S
MFP S card
d
• 6 HD services per DCM-MFP-S card
• Combination of HD and SD per 3 SD or 1 HD
Table indicates nr of cards needed
HD \ SD
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
0
0
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
6
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
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1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
18
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
24
2
2
2
3
3
3
30
2
2
3
3
3
36
2
3
3
3
42
3
3
3
48
3
3
54
3
Example:
23 SD and 7 HD
 3 MFP‐S cards
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Mixed AVC/MPEG‐2
Mixed HD/SD
MPTS1
Input
S1..S64
…
MFP1
MFP2
Closed loop
TR/TC:
Closed loop
TR/TC
•G1: S1S16
•G2: S17S24
•G3: S25S32
•G4: S33S48
•G5: S49S56
•G6: S57S64
Input
MPTS2
MPTS3
MPTS4
S1..S64
S1..S32
S1..S32
S33..S64
S33..S64
•MPTS1 (16 services)
•G1
•S1, S2,…,S16
S1..S64
•MPTS2 (16 services: 8 (MFP1 )+ 8 (MFP2)
•G2
•S17, S18,…,S24
•G5
•S49, S50,…,S56
•MPTS3 (16 services: 8 (MFP1 )+ 8 (MFP2)
•G3
•S25, S26,…,S32
•G6
•S57, S48,…,S64
•MPTS4 (16 services)
•G4
•S33, S34,…,S48
64 services per pool
max # pools = max # services
• MFP has on-board closed loop transrating
g ((“statmux”))
All services going through same MFP can be combined in same groups/pools
Min/max bitrates set on service level, MFP measures non video ES bitrates
• Output MPTS
User needs to reserve bitrate for TS related PID rate as not measured
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A1
M1
B1
Service Service
Backup
M1
DPI
TR
TC
O1
Stat
Mux
• Service
S i B
Backup
k b
between
t
M
Main
i (M1) and
dB
Backup
k (B1) service
i att iinputt att
MFP
• Additional 4 second (decode and re-encode delay)
• Independent of Input Codec and Resolution
• Single TR/TC license
• Single DPI license for ad insertion
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A1
M1
DPI
TR
TC
O1
Service Backup
A1
M2
DPI
TR
TC
O1
Stat
Mux
O2
• Service
S i B
Backup
k b
between
t
t
transrated
t d or transcoded
t
d dM
Main
i and
dB
Backup
k
service at output of MFP
• Main to BU delay:
y follows normal service backup
p timings
g
• Independent of Input Codec and Resolution
• Needs double TR/TC licenses for both M1 and M2 processing
• Double DPI license for ad insertion
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Traditional Setup
Decode + Encode
All Digital Setup
IRD + DCM Transcoder
All Digital Setup
DCM DRD MFP
All Digital Setup
Nearest Competitor
OPEX and CAPEX savings: high density, less power, higher availability
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D9036
DCM
Spinnaker
Armada
TV
Linear
Linear
Roadmap ABR (CC)
ABR
(Linear -> archive)
VoD
ABR File
Live / File codec
Live to live
Live to live
Live to live
File to file
Live to file
Picture Quality
Premium broadcast
quality
Distribution
broadcast quality
Up to Web-HD
(H.264 1,5-3/8Mbps)
VoD (multi-pass)
Target screen
Big Screen
(Broadcast SD/HD)
Big Screen
(Broadcast SD/HD)
Future : 1/2/3 (CC)
PC, tablet, iDevices,
Mobile, Webconnected TV
All
Bitrates
CBR,VBR, Statmux
CBR,VBR, Statmux
CBR ((VBR Future))
CBR & VBR
Input
SDI live feed
Compressed feed
SDI + Compressed
File + Archive TS
Compression
format
MPEG-2 + H.264
MPEG-2 + H.264
MPEG-2 + H.264
VC1, 3GP,VP6, ...
Future codecs
MPEG-2 + H.264
Protocol
MP2TS
MP2TS
Future : ATS (ABR)
ABR, Flash,
Silverlight, 3GPP
MP2TS Archiving
Technology
Asic /DSP/FPGA
Asic /DSP/FPGA
Appliance on x86
Software
Density (HD)
4 HD per RU
24 HD per RU (CC)
1 – 2 HD input / RU
N/A
Power / linear HD
75W / HD
12W /HD
125 – 250 Watt/HD
N/A
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D9036 Broadcast Quality Encoder
•
Primary Distribution Encoder
•
Encoder in secundary distribution for very HQ channels (typ. 20% of lineup) or very low bitrates (IPTV)
DCM
C Digital C
Content Manager
•
Secundary distribution content transcoding and preparation (+ DPI,
encryption, logo, EAS, ..) : linear headend in the box
•
Future (CC): optimized solution for ABR
ABR, working together with
Encapsulator
Spinnaker
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Transcoder for ABR and OTT delivery
•
Flexible transcoder for alternate codecs (VP8, WebM,. ...)
•
E
Encapsulation
l ti will
ill exist
i t as a separate
t function
f
ti as wellll ((pre-CC)
CC)
•
Can run on datacenter technology in the future (PoC)
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• Transcoding and Encoding
•Baseband encoding 8x SD or 4x HD
•MPEG-2
MPEG 2, AVC,
AVC SD,
SD HD & other res
•Multi-format: MP2/MP4, SD/HD
•Stereo and MF audio (re-) encoding
•Up to 96xSD, up to 24x HD
•Statmux, Downscale
Vid
deo Code
ec Feature
es
•Follow or control GOP
•Transrate, ad/program splicing,
•Platform
Pl tf
prepared
d for
f overlays,
l
t
transcoding
di
•Rescaling to PIP, mobile/PC formats capabilities
D9036 Encoder
Premium quality encoder
•MPEG-2 => AVC SD/HD, PIP
•Stereo Audio transcoding
•48x SD or 12 x HD
D9900 DCM MFP
Dense multi-format processor
(MFP)
•Follow GOP
•No statmux, transrate, splicing
D9900 DCM Transcoder
Cost-effective wireline transcoder
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Price
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Next generation video processing chassis
Key Features
 Backwards compatible with DCM MKI Cards & SW
• Can house Dual Layer MFP cards and Gateway cards
• Licenses can be ported from a MKI chassis to a MKII chassis
 High capacity 60Gbps backplane to allow for more streams & capacity:
• AVC,, HD,, advanced advertising,
g, VOD
 Data agnostic backplane switch for MPEG, clocks, IP,….
 10Gbps bandwidth to virtual application slots with backward compatibility
 Twice power density of DCM 2RU MKI: 130 Watt/slot
 IPv4/v6 platform – initially on mgt interfaces
 Designed according to:
Ci
’ Product
P d t Security
S
it Baseline
B
li
• Cisco’s
• NEBS Level-3 specifications
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RS232 over
USB
GbE ports 1 & 2
25 pin GPIO
connector
GPS & video clock
inputs
Temperature controlled FANs
GbE port 3
USB port (future use)
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• By use us the new mini-USB,
user can gain access to
configure the management IP
addresses and enable the
Web-GUI if needed
• With each chassis a USB to
mini-USB cable is delivered
Network setup
Enable/disable
the GUI
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Duall llayer MFP:
D
MFP
2 MFP cards in single
slot
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MPEG-2 SD
TC
AVC SD
Output
Main Prog
AVC SD
TC
MPEG-2 SD
Output
Main Prog
Licenses
Licenses
LDCM-AVCSDTC
LDCM-MP2SDTC
•
•
•
MPEG-2 HD
Main Prog
TC
AVC HD
AVC HD
Output
Main Prog
TC
Transcoding takes into
account OUTPUT
codec
T
Transcoding
di license
li
includes transrating
license
HD licenses include SD
capability
bilit
MPEG-2 HD
Output
Li
Licenses
Li
Licenses
LDCM-AVCHDTC
LDCM-MP2HDTC
Transcoding: Ability to change bit rate,
rate codec (MPEG-2
(MPEG 2 or AVC),
AVC)
resolution, frame rate, … of processed program.
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AVC HD
TC
Main Prog
MPEG-2
MPEG
2 SD
MPEG-2
MPEG
2 HD
Output
Main Prog
TC
Follow Input
AVC HD / SD
Output
Licenses
Licenses
LDCM-MP2SDTC
LDCM-HD2SD-DOWNC
LDCM-AVCHDTC
Input / Output
SD
HD
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SD
HD
•
•
•
HD to SD downconversion
requires additional HD to SD
downconversion license
No up-conversion/scaling
HD transcoding included
downconversion
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Licenses
LDCM-AVCSDTC
LDCM-SMX
Enc. Ctrl
TR
AVC SD
AVC SD
Output
Main Prog
Enc. Ctrl
Licenses
LDCM-AVCHDTC
TC
MPEG-2 HD
AVC HD
Output
Main Prog
SMX
Pool
Ad SD
LDCM SMX
LDCM-SMX
Enc. Ctrl
Licenses
LDCM AVCSDTC
LDCM-AVCSDTC
LDCM-SDDPIU
LDCM-SMX
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AVC SD
Main Prog
•
DPI
TR
AVC SD
Output
Statistical Multiplexing is an add-on license per service
regardless of the video processing options selected
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Dolby Digital
2.0 (stereo)
TC
Main Prog
Main Prog
MPEG-1 LII
2.0 (stereo)
Output
p
HE-AAC v1
2.0 (stereo)
Main Prog
Main Prog
TC
Dolby Digital 2.0 Dolby Digital 2.0
TC
(AC-3 stereo)
(AC-3 stereo)
HE-AAC v1
2.0 (stereo)
Output
p
Output
p
Main Prog
Main Prog
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
LDCM-MP1LII-TC
LDCM-DLBYAC3-TC
LDCM-AAC-TC
Dolby Digital 5
5.1
1
TC
(AC-3 stereo)
Main Prog
HE-AAC
HE
AAC v1
5.1 (stereo)
Output
Licenses
LDCM-AAC-TC
LDCM-AAC-TC
LDCM-AAC-TC
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•
•
Audio Transcoding license matches output codec
2.0 stereo requires 1 license (2 channels)
5.1 audio requires 3 licenses (6 channels)
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