IPTV - Blusensnetworks

IPTV - Blusensnetworks
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IPTV
2014 Product Catalogue
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the company
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the company
Blusens started its commercial activity
Blusens has far exceeded these Plan objectives by becoming the MP3 sales leading
HDTV distribution systems via IP and
in 2002 with a firm and determined
manufacturer within the Spanish market in a time span of only four years, achieving up
coaxial cable.
step in a field traditionally controlled
to 300% annual exponential growths and showing no hints of decrease.
Having a fare presence in the GCC area
by multinational brands. The targets at
Blusens, with its range of products, can be found in more than 6,000 points of sale
our systems are installed in a wide
that moment were ambitious but they
comprehended in the largest distribution chains in the country and it is now starting an
variety of projects and developments.
were perfectly reflected in the 2002-2005
unprecedented internationalization stage.
From Luxurious hotels like the Vision
Strategy Plan. The Plan was thoroughly
Our distinguishing features -constant innovation, good value for money, guaranteed
Hotel in Abu Dhabi, Diva Hotel in Bahrain,
designed for us to be different and
profitability, creative marketing and after-sales service- have been exceptionally
Lamborghini Hotel in Syria, Ramada
innovative, to grow at an unforeseen pace
received by our customers. Blusens compromise to continuously improve the product
Hotel in Bahrain, Millenium Hotel in
and provide the consumer electronics
quality and the customer service is mirrored in the creation of our own Support Centre
Kuwait, Bayan Palace in Kuwait and the
sector, so in need of a change, with new
located in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, with a Call Centre where all the customers’
New Terminal of Jeddah Airport in Saudi
blood. We have created a quality brand
calls are directly received and dealt with in order to provide a better and faster response
Arabia to universities like Princess Noura
from scratch, from the Spanish region of
to Blusens product users.
in Saudi Arabia and mega projects like the
Galicia and for everybody, a quality brand
In line with our young, vibrant and restless image, we are sponsors of Miss Spain
guided by its excellence on every single
Pageant, which has associated our brand with the world of Fashion, we also sponsor
operative aspect with the objective of
the Blusens MotoGP Team, a promising endeavour that supports young and bright
being the best at what we do.
new pilots who are already making a dent in their championships, and the Spanish
Reemram project in Dubailand, Dubai.
Professional Blusens Basketball Team.
Further to these efforts, we have thrown ourselves into the virtual world of social
networking with our BlusensTV one2one community, Blusens Music Digital music label
and many other initiatives that keep us in the forefront of technology, communication
and marketing while closing the gap between the user and the brand.
Our next step was the implementation of our young and forward looking mindset on
Our commitment to QC and continuous
the export markets. Starting in Dubai (2007), we have embarked in a very aggressive
R&D, along with a focused customer
globalization campaign under the same motto that made Blusens successful in Spain.
service
philosophy
guarantee
the
That is being young, fresh, reliable,
performance
innovative and, most of all, closing the gap
systems. Capable now, as we are, of
between the brand and the user. Today we
designing
INNOVATION: R&D
are present in China (2007), Middle East
systems that range from the small single
Constant innovation is one of the pillars of Blusens’ success. That is the reason why we have increased the investments in Research,
(2007), Mexico (2008), Uruguay (2008) and
apartment to the most luxurious hotel
Development and Innovation up to exceed 10% of the estimated annual turnover. These investments have culminated in the creation
Brazil (2012).
complex or cable TV operator...
of our own research team made up by over 35 people. Such a commitment with innovation has fostered the creation of groundbreaking
We continue to strive and develop
We will stretch ever more to become
new products such us the G01, the first European GPS navigator that uses pictometry, the web:tv, a powerful internetTV server and
ever more technological products by
the reference in innovation, technology,
home entertainment controller, the integration of IPTV protocols over power line...
launching our new communications line
marketing and customer service.
These advanced products provide a powerful statement that says that technological breakthroughs can be born, developed
in which we have taken a new step in
We can afford to be unique, different.
and implemented in Spain. Innovation is the aspect that more clearly defines our Marketing strategy. Blusens has always been
the horizontal integration by developing
To be Blusens.
and
and
reliability
implementing
of
our
HDTV
characterized by a creative and aggressive Marketing, with actions often associated with large conglomerates. Blusens innovative
and creative strategies have made a deep impression in the field, revealing the firm as a company always on the look-out for different
mediums and strategies with the aim of providing freshness to our Marketing.
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table of contents
IPTV
· What is IPTV?
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· What can IPTV do for you?
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· What can Blusens do for you?
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· IPTV Concepts
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· IPTV Components
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· System Architecture
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Middleware
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· Middleware Nodes
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· Management Interface
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· Software Licenses
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Set Top Box
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· High definition STB
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VoD Streaming Cluster
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· Storage nodes
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· Streaming nodes
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· Optional Features
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IP Contribution Head-end
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· Digital Contribution
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· Analog Contribution
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Net PVR
· Net PVR
DIGITAL SIGNAGE
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· What is Digital Signage?
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· What can Digital Signage do for you?
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DS Servers
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· Playout Server
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· Signage Server
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Channel Generators
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· High Connectivity
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· Low Connectivity
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FACIAL RECOGNITION
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· What´s Facial Recognition?
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· Technical Specifications
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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· MPEG-2 Profiles and Levels
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· Glossary of Measurements
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· Network Technologies
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· H.264 Profiles and Levels
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· Wiring
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· Cable Recommendations
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IPTV
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WhaT Is IPTV?
The cooperation between Interoud and
Blusens, as software and hardware
developers, has resulted in the birth
of a true NEXTGEN IPTV system that
is able to fulfil every requirement the
Operator may need. From standard
TV channels distribution, to HDTV,
Video-on-Demand,
Time-shift,
personalized advertisement schemes
and sponsorships, direct purchase
from the TV, Digital Signage and more.
IPTV Standard Platform
The development of new technologies over IP Networks continues to contribute to the integration of a variety of
services. These expand from the basic Ethernet network for computer interconnection, to DSL lines for internet
access, IP telephony or the most advanced automation and control systems.
The advantage of a standard communication technology over a single network allows the simplification of the cabling
network, enables the integration of varied services, which guarantees the compatibility with future technological
developments, and facilitates the monitoring, security and control of any installation.
Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) is one of the services that now can also integrate with the structured cable
network of a building. Such revolutionary change in the way TV signal is distributed significantly improves the signal
quality, interactivity and control, giving the operators a plethora of options to monitor, add services, maximize
audience and improve the return on the investment.
Such solutions play a very important role in the
hospitality sector as they provide the tools to increase
the comfort level of their guests/patients, as well as the
overall revenue. With this IPTV system, the hotel can
offer enhanced entertainment services at a Premium,
increase the availability of other hotel services (Room
Service, Laundry, Restaurant Reservations, Spa, Sports
activities, Gift Shops, etc.) while getting valuable data
as to what their guests are watching, what channels are
popular, what content type gets the most income, what
hotel services have more demand, etc.
Thus, IPTV by Blusens provides a true added-value tool
to the operator that will, unobtrusively and reliably,
increase the revenue on a system that otherwise only
represents an added cost.
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WhaT can IPTV do for you?
CABLE TV OPERATORS
IPTV by Blusens full-fledged solution enhances the services the operator
can provide as it is fully interactive in every possible way. Direct TV purchase
becomes a true reality for varied forms of products and services. Also, it allows
the creation of Portals for different On-Demand content, Pay-per-View, and Live
events. Our system enhances the data gathering of user consumption, enabling
the use of complex statistics that will serve as a tool for continuous improvement
and detection of overlooked niche markets.
HOTELS, RESORTS, COMPOUNDS, RESTAURANTS
The complete solution offers a centralized point to control and monitor the guest’s
consumption and usage of the entertainment system, providing useful statistics
that can be used to tailor make the packages offered based on their origin, age
group, income, occupation, etc. The On-Demand content and some LiveTV channels can be offered in various languages and with captions to provide the closest
sensation to a Home Cinema that a hotel can offer, while giving the Operator a
variety of tools to insert various types of advertising formulas. All fully linked to
the central Building Management System. Billing is, thus, seamlessly integrated.
HOSPITALS
Added to the general Hospitality functionality, IPTV can record, and make available
to the user network, any workshop, lecture, seminar or procedure carried out in
the facility, thus enhancing the practise and resources available to the Hospital.
The offer to the patient can even include the meal selection from his physician’s
approved menu.
CORPORATE OR GOVERNMENT NETWORKS
The integration of the video streams in an existing IP infrastructure makes
possible the reception of any content on any facility, even on mobile devices. With
an IPTV platform all the multimedia content generated in courses, seminars or
master lectures can be recorded and redistributed live during the event or later,
to feed STB, PCs inside the complex, Digital Signage panels or via an internet web
portal.
EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
Using the Corporate services as a base, an education institution may be interested
in adding notes to the video or a real time messaging feature to allow the users
watching a live event like a surgery to share opinions and comments with other
users.
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MAIN MENU
WATCHING LIVE TV
PVR
WATCHING ON DEMAND TV
APPS
SPONSORSHIP & TELETEXT
• All the menus and descriptions in
the mother tongue of the guest.
• Main services easily accessible from
the main menu.
• Help.
• Complete EPG to help the user to
find the desired program.
• Both Live TV and playout channels.
• Program search.
• Check metadata information.
• Channel view and calendar view.
• Navigate channels through the miniguide.
• Advertising
capabilities
(static
banners, dynamic banners, RSS
feeds…)
• Channel change under one second.
• Miniguide allowing a fast, smart
zapping.
• Time Shifting support enables the
user to pause live contents and
resume it later.
• CatchUP TV allows the guest to
watch a content from the beginning.
• NetPVR makes possible to watch
on demand contents that were
broadcasted in the past.
• Manual recording schedule managed
from the STB.
• Complete integration with EPG.
• Possibility of recording in external
usb key or netPVR server.
• Browse through content categories,
subcategories, individual content
titles and their synopsis.
• Suggestions, popular contents, etc.
• Browse the active rentals and rental
history.
• Full control: play, pause, stop, fast
forward & rewind at several speeds.
• Parental control available.
• Increases the capacity of the STB via
external applications.
• Third party API available to develop
specific
applications
for
the
platform.
• Multitasking support.
• The A/V content is not interrupted by
using an app.
• Sponsor logos on the Menu System.
• Banners on different sections and
areas of the screen.
• Static and dynamic text and
graphical banner options.
• To be defined based on customer
needs.
WELCOME SCREEN
• Welcomes the guest when he arrives
to his room for the first time.
• Name of the guest.
• Check in and out dates.
• Welcome TV channel in the language
of the guest.
• The channel can be a live TV or a
playout channel.
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INFORMATION PAGES
CITY INFORMATION
HOTEL INFORMATION
EMERGENCY
GAMES AND SERVICES
ROOM SERVICE & e-SHOPPING
• Suitable
for
displaying
local
information about the hotel, the city
and its surroundings.
• Predefined library of styles and
layouts.
• Easy edition of the content, no HTML
needed.
• Easy addition of pictures used to
illustrate the page.
• Easy sorting of pages according to
assigned categories into menus and
submenus.
• Shopping malls list.
• Tourism points of interest.
• Recommended Restaurants.
• Pharmacies.
• Unlimited possibilities...
• Emergency telephones.
• Hotel telephone extensions.
• Alarm message on every screen.
• Centralized control.
• Evacuation map.
• Once the alarm has been triggered,
the middleware locks the STB
interactivity, the guest can not
override the message.
• Automatic volume rise.
• World Time clock.
• Shows the different GMT zones.
• Daylight saving control.
• Currency exchange helper.
• High quality games.
• Food ordering direct to the kitchen
printer.
• Laundry request with specification
of the clothes rent.
• Housekeeping.
NEWS
INTERNET
• Integration of real time RSS news
feeds.
• Chronological sorting of the latest
news.
• Internet Browsing.
• Advanced Java Script Support.
• Full featured Web Browser.
WAKE UP CALL
PIN CODE
• Selection of TV or Radio Channel
used as Wake Up channel.
• Possibility of protecting the access
to certain services via pin code.
BILLING
• Shows the bill with real-time
information coming from the hotel
PMS.
• The platform has its own minimal
PMS system for hotels without a
third-party PMS.
• Possibility of accepting the bill for
express check-out.
MESSAGING
• Text messaging from hotel desk to
the guest room.
• Text messaging from the guest room
to the hotel desk.
• Optional text messaging between
rooms.
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IptV
IptV
WhaT can Blusens neTWorks do for you?
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IPTV concePTs
Blusens is your One-Stop Shop for any IPTV requirements, providing a wide and scalable range of products,
solutions and content that will fit every sized project:
• Latest generation technology for hospitality and cable TV environments based on Blusens Technologies
devices and Interoud platforms that provide a full end-2-end solution.
• Immediate consultancy and maintenance services throughout the life cycle of the project from inception to
execution and operation.
• Wide international experience to help define appropriate requirements and commercial services.
Playout Channel
IPTV Contribution System
Equipment responsible of tuning live TV or radio
streams and its injection into the IP network.
Middleware
Core of the system. Orchestrates interactions with
every other part of the IPTV platform. It manages
the access rights to LiveTV channels, movies or
sections for specific users. It also manages the
interaction with the hotel PMS system for pay per
view purposes.
Video on Demand. VoD
Interactive video delivery technology which allows
each user to be provided with its own video stream,
as if it were coming from a local DVD player. The
user can pause, fast forward, rewind, etc. the movie
at several speeds without interfering with the video
beign watched by other users. VoD is unicast traffic.
Set Top Box. STB
Device used to decode IP video streams delivered
through the network in a format suitable for being
watched in a standard TV Set. Is also responsible
of displaying the menus used to browse all the
contents of both VoD and LiveTV media library as
well as the interactive info pages.
Live Channel
IP
RF
Expandable in number of services
Yes
Limited
Expandable in number of users
Yes
Limited
HD capabilities
Yes
No
Interaction with other systems (telephony, internet…)
Yes
No
Availability of VoD
Yes
No
Interaction with PMS
Yes
Limited
Recording and time shifting
Yes
No
Network Monitoring
Yes
No
Access restrictions and parental control
Yes
No
Hotel interface personalization
Yes
Limited
Multi-language capabilities both on the interface and on contents
Yes
No
Flexible pricing for different contents
Yes
No
Contents categorization
Yes
Limited
Remote centralized control of the STBs
Yes
No
In-line editing of local information pages
Yes
Limited
Messaging capabilities
Yes
Limited
Dynamic banner facilities
Yes
Limited
Emergency alerts and warnings
Yes
Limited
Several services over the same cabling network
Yes
No
Easy integration with several required services
Yes
No
Live channel generated from local stored contents.
For example advertising videos of the hotel or a
recent movie in a continuous loop. Both live and
playout channels will be treated the same way by
the middleware. Playout channels are also Multicast
traffic.
Unicast Traffic
Communication between one origin and one
destination. Used when one stream per user is
required, for example in VoD streams. Multicast
TrafficCommunication between one origin and
several destinations. sed when the same stream
can be delivered simultaneously to several users,
for example in LiveTV streams.
Multicast Traffic
Communication between one origin and several
destinations. Used when the same stream can be
delivered simultaneously to several users, for
example in LiveTV streams.
Number of on Demand Media
Number of demand contents (i.e. movies or
videoclips) stored in the VoD storage node server.
Each content can be watched simultaneously by an
undefined number of users with a single copy of the
content on the server.
Stream coming from the satellite dish or any
broadcast technology like DTT. Usually a TV or radio
channel. A channel coming from a CCTV IP camera
is also considered a Live Channel. Live channels are
Multicast traffic.
On Demand Media Bitrate
Number of Users
Maximum Concurrency
It refers to the number of STB to consider. Each STB
will be capable of playing one content independently
from the others. One STB per TV screen is required.
Represents the maximum number of users expected
to be consuming VoD contents at the same time with
a percentage (notice that there’s no limitation on
concurrent users for Live or Playout channels as
concurrency applies only for VoD)
Bandwidth consumed by each stream transferred
through the network. 5Mbps is the same quality
as the live television channels coming from the
satellite. 8 to 12Mbps are required for HD content.
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IPTV comPonenTs
IP CONTRIBUTION
PLAYOUT SERVER
Performs the tuning of Live satellite video streams
and its conversion into IP streams.
One DVB-S module can tune all the channels in a
transponder simultaneously
Responsible of channel descrambling when necessary
Each CAS module can descramble several channels
Generates multicast Live channels with local contents
according to a time schedule.
Suitable for advertising channels, local promotion or
pay per view movies
Seamless splicing allows to smooth the transition
between two videos to avoid video noise
VoD CLUSTER
NET PVR
Serves individual and independent video streams to
each user.
Each stream is unique for each user
Fast Forward
Manages behavior of VCR
Rewind
controls
Pause
VCR operations performed at several speeds
Stores contents to be streamed
Stores metadata for this contents
Controls the bandwidth for each stream
Stores cyclic recordings for several days of Live TV
Channels or CCTV Cameras.
The recordings can be accessed
later so one user can watch what
Live Archive
was on certain channel on certain
moment in the past
The user is not tied to the broadcast scheduling
anymore
MIDDLEWARE
Core of the IPTV system. Manages interactions
between each part of the system.
Menu generation
Content authorization
Billing and PMS integration
Statistics collection
Media cataloging
EPG generation
ROUTERS AND SWITCHES
Carries IPTV info packets to the correct destinations.
Each one acts as a repeater so there is no attenuation
of signal
Responsible of broadcast and multicast replication of
streams
STRUCTURED NETWORK CABLING
Performs the connections between servers, routers,
switches and STBs.
Maximum length of each connection: 100 mt.
The network is divided in a hierarchical way
The switches can be cascaded
The network has star shape, not bus shape
SET TOP BOX
Decodes the IP audio/video streams for playing it in a
standard TV set.
Generation of the GUI
Manages interaction with Keyboard
the user
Remote control
Can be remotely controlled via the middleware
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sysTem archITecTure
1. The VoDKAST Middleware server creates the STB menus by accessing the metadata information of the
videos from the VoD cluster (movie name, actors, director, etc.) and the EPG information from the live
and playout channels while considering the user access rights and credit information obtained from the
PMS. Thus, the menu is customized for each guest.
2. The hotel operator can fine tune the platform through the management console. The Middleware
Server also monitors the current state of each part of the system and triggers the proper alerts to the
management consoles in case of any problem.
3. The VoD Streaming Cluster stores all the videos in its storage nodes and streams it to the network
through the streaming nodes. The platform allows an unlimited number of streamer and storage nodes
to increase the storage or streaming capacity independently from each other according to the operator
needs.
4. The IP Contribution System obtains the live DVB-S, DVB-C and DVB-T MPEG-2 streams from satellite,
cable or terrestrial feeds and injects them into the IP network as IP multicast streams.
5. The Playout Server generates continuous loop streams of stored contents as IP multicast streams.
6. The NetPVR server stores local recordings of live TV channels to provide time-shifting features to the
platform.
7. The Digital Signage server controls the digital signage screens and split its layout in several regions
that can be filled with any multimedia content, even Adobe Flash.
8. The Ethernet Switches aggregate the outputs of all the servers and carry the video streams to the
screens through the IP network.
9. The integrated solution allows several types of STB and screens working together: Standalone STB
screen, Standard PCs screens and Low or High Connectivity Digital signage screen. Any IPTV content
(live, playout, VoD, etc.) can be displayed in any of the STB types.
IPTV Architecture Graphic
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mIddleware
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mIddleware
2000 User clUstered mIddleware node
The middleware server is the core of the Blusens IPTV solution. It controls the interaction between
each part of the system and the interaction of the system itself with the rest of the hotel services. It is
also the entry point for the hotel operator, where he can check the status of the network, the connected
STB, trigger alerts to pop up in one or a group of STB etc.
This node is aimed to provide a solution for larger deployments such as cable
operators, universities, etc. Due to its clustering approach this nodes allow
unlimited growing capacity via clustering. This servers are capable of working
together to provide one middleware controlling an unlimited number of users.
With its cluster approach, a system created with this nodes can integrate spare
servers that are automatically hot swapped when an anomaly occurs without
service interruption.
VoDKAST will generate menu screens for browsing all the media library in an integrated way. The
interface is coherent among all the applications of the system (i.e. TV, VoD, NetPVR, services). It’s
also able of providing screens with local information of the hotel and surroundings. This information
screens are very simple to create and edit via collection of templates that the operator can modify
online through the management interface. All the modules of this middleware are multilingual and can
support any language with any font, for example, Arabic.
IM.12000
IPT V Clustered Middleware for 2000 users
• Up to 2000 middleware users per node.
• Intel Xeon Quad core processors.
• 4GB 800Mhz FB-DIMMs RAM.
• Up to 4 RAID 1+0 mirrored 250Gb Hard disks.
• 4 x Gigabit Ethernet network interfaces.
• Optional 10 Gigabit Ethernet interface.
The VoDKAST middleware provides mechanisms to interact with several hotel services (room service,
laundry, housekeeping, etc…) providing direct communication with the departments where this services
are stored and being able also to print text messages with the service required.
VoDKAST has the ability of overimpressing banners over the video of all or only some of the Set Top
Boxes. It’s also able of blocking the ability of override the message by locking remotely the IR control
of the STB.
IM.1500
mIddleWare nodes
Architecture
Processor
One or Two Quad-Core Intel Xeon L5420 Processor, 2.50 GHz, 1333 MHz FSB, 50W.
Cache
Quad Core Processors: 12 MB L2 cache per core
Main memory
The middleware nodes are the servers that conform the middleware cluster. Depending on the number
of users the middleware can be a single server or a cluster of multiple machines working together to
provide unlimited growing capabilities to the platform.
In hospitality environments a cluster of nodes is rarely required, but, in other case scenarios, like telco
operators for example, this requirement becomes more common. Please ask your sales representative
to give you more information about the telco approach for larger installations.
DIMM Slots Memory Type
Up to 32 GB of 800 MHz ECC FB-DIMM or 667 MHz ECC FB-DIMM
Memory Configuration
4 GB total memory. System configurations from 1 GB up to 32 GB
Graphics Controller
ASPEED AST2000
System architecture
Intel Quad Core technology
Network: Four Integrated 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet ports
Management: Service processor with embedded Lights Out Manager (LOM) standard
Standard/integrated interfaces
Serial: RJ-45
SATA: Up to two hot-pluggable SATA bays, 2 TB max.
USB: Five USB 2.0 ports (two front, two rear, one internal)
Expansion bus: One PCIe slot (x16 electrical/x16 mechanical), half-length, half-height
The middleware nodes are built with the lastest and highest quality components sharing the group of
features that configure them as high reliability “state-of-the-art” ones.
Solaris OS 10 or GNU/Linux
Software
Operating systems
Internal disk option
Mass storage
Removable Media
and media
RAID
500 User standalone mIddleware node
IPMI 2.0 compliant Service Processor with embedded. Lights Out Management offering remote power, KVM
(keyboard, video, mouse) and media capability
Two hot-pluggable 250-750 GB 7200 rpm 3.5” SATA II HD
Up to one EIDE DVD-ROM or DVD+/-RW DL drive
RAID 1 hardware mirroring to provide fault tolerance
Operating temperature: 5° to 35° C (41° to 95° F) at sea level
This node is focused in providing the middleware for small/medium sized
installations. With its two dual core processors, this server is able of managing
up to 500 users concurrently.
The RAID1 mirroring between the two 7200rpm SATA hard disks guarantees the
lowest cost per GB of storage space and reveals this unit as a high reliability one.
The 1RU form factor highlights this server as one of the most dense ones in what
is referred to number of users per RU.
Non operating temperature: -40° to 68° C (-40° to 154° F), up to 93% relative humidity, non condensing, 38° C
max. wet bulb
Environment
Non operating altitude: up to 12,000m (=~36,000 ft.)
Acoustic noise: 70 dBA operating, 69 dBA idle (declared noise emissions in accordance with ISO 9296
A-weighted, sound power)
Single PSU
Power
Regulations
IM.1500
Operating altitude: Up to 3,000m (9,000 ft.), max. ambient temperature is derated by 1° C per 300m above 900m
IPT V Standalone Middleware for 500 users
AC power: 100–240 V AC (47–63 Hz)
Safety
IEC 60950, UL/CSA 60950, EN 60950, CB Scheme with all country differences
RFI/EMI
FCC CFR 47 Part 15 Class A, EN 300 386 v1.3.3, EN 55022 Class A, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3
Immunity
EN 55024, EN 300 386 v1.3.3
Safety
CE, CB Scheme, UL, CSA, CCC, BSMI, AR-S, GOST-R
Certifications EMC
• Up to 500 middleware users.
• Intel Xeon Dual core processors.
• 2GB 800Mhz FB-DIMMs RAM.
• 2 RAID 1 mirrored 250Gb Hard disks.
• 4 x Gigabit Ethernet network interfaces.
• Optional 10 Gigabit Ethernet interface.
Dimensions
and weight
Warranty
CE, FCC, VCCI, ICES, BSMI, CCC, MIC, C-Tick, AR-S, GOST-R
Other
RoHS-compliant labeled, per WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronics Equipment) Directive (2002/95/EC)
Height
44 mm (1.7”)
Width
425.5 mm (16.8”)
Depth
633.7 mm (25”)
Weight
13.3 kg (27.2 lbs.)
One year, next business day
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
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managemenT InTerface
IM.12000
Processor
IM.12000
Two Intel Xeon processors 5500 series
Operating temperature: 5° C to 35° C (41° to 95°
F) at sea level
Level 1: 32 KB instruction and 32 KB data L1 cache
per core
Architecture
Cache
Non operating temperature: -40° C to 68° C (-40°
to 154° F)
Level 2: 256 KB unified (data and instruction) L2
cache per core
Operating relative humidity: up to 93%, non
condensing, 38° C max. wet bulb
Level 3: 4 MB or 8 MB shared inclusive L3 cache per
processor
Main
memory
System architecture
12 DDR3 DIMM slots (six DIMM slots per CPU socket);
system supports from 2 GB (1x 2 GB to 96 GB (12x 8
GB) of memory
Non operating relative humidity: Up to 93%, non
condensing
Environment
Operating altitude: Up to 3,000m (9,000 ft.), max.
ambient temperature is derated by 1° C per 300m
above 900m
Based on Intel Xeon processor 5500 series and Intel
5500 Chipset
Non operating altitude: 10,000m (35,000 ft.)
Network: Two 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports
Acoustic noise: 7.5 B operating, 7 B idling / 70 dBA
operating, 60 dBA idle (declared noise emissions
in accordance with ISO 9296 A-weighted, sound
power)
Serial: One RJ-45 port
Standard/integrated
interfaces
USB: Five USB 2.0 ports (two front, two rear, one
internal)
Expansion bus: One PCIe 2.0 slot (x16 electrical/x16
mechanical, low-profile)
Single non redundant power supply; max. power
supply rating 600 W at >80% efficiency
Power
AC power: 100–240 V AC (47–63 Hz)
Solaris 10 OS
OpenSolaris™ OS
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
Software
Operating
systems
Regulations
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10
VMware ESX 3.5
Windows Server 2003 Standard/Enterprise Editions
Windows Server 2008 Standard/Enterprise Editions
Windows Server 2008 Standard/Enterprise/
Datacenter Editions
Networking
Certifications
Two GbE ports integrated on motherboard
Optional Sun Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM)
service processor module
– VGA 8 MB: 1,024x768 at 60 Hz
– Management port: One 10/100 RJ-45 port
Dimensions
and weight
Enables remote power control; remote keyboard,
video, mouse (KVM) graphical
Management
access; and remote media (DVD, CD, floppy)
The LiveTV and playout channels
can be shown or hidden to certain
STB or rooms. It’s numbering can
be easily resorted and, if provided
by the operator, teletext and
subtitles are fully supported.
Safety
IEC 60950, UL/CSA 60950, EN 60950, CB Scheme
with all country differences
RFI/EMI
FCC CFR 47 Part 15 Class A, EN 300 386 v1.3.3, EN
55022 Class A, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3
Immunity
EN 55024, EN 300 386 v1.3.3
Safety
CE, CB Scheme, UL, CSA, CCC, BSMI, AR-S,
GOST-R
EMC
CE, FCC, VCCI, ICES, BSMI, CCC, MIC, C-Tick,
AR-S, GOST-R
Other
RoHS-compliant labeled, per WEEE (Waste
Electrical and Electronics Equipment) Directive
(2002/95/EC)
Height
43mm (1.7 in.)
Width
436mm (17.2 in.)
Depth
Weight
650mm (25.6 in.)
MIN
9.8 kg (21.7 lbs.)
MAX
13.9 kg (30.6 lbs.)
The contents can be marked
with any tag defined by the
administrator,
like
action,
High Definition, Music Video,
Documentary,
advertisement,
Black and White movie etc.
The
middleware
allows
the
administrator to sort this tags in
any menu/submenu configuration,
so browsing thousands of contents
is very comfortable.
Rackmounting slide rail kit
Secure remote access using Web interface over SSL,
or CLI over SSH
Mounting option
Sun™ xVM Ops Center software support
Warranty
Toolless rackmounting slide rail kit
Cable management arm
One year, next business day
IPMI 2.0, SNMP v1, v2c, and v3
In-band, out-of-band, and side-band remote
management
Mass storage Internal
and media
disk option
Up to four hot-pluggable 3.5 in. SATA disk drives, 4
TB max.: 1 TB, 500 GB (7,200 rpm)
Up to four hot-pluggable solid-state drives (SSDs),
128 GB max.: 32 GB3
Up to two Sun Flash Modules, 48 GB max.: 24 GB3
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
The price ruling system is very
flexible, allowing the hotel to
provide different prices according
to categories like movie genre,
director, length, etc. The system
provides a price simulator to check
the price charged for the movie to
the guest for a particular situation.
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The administrator is capable of
monitoring what is being played
in any room at each STB for any
given moment. It’s also capable of
rebooting a group or a single STB
or even forcing it to tune a specific
channel or content and locking the
IR control of the STB.
The administrator can check the
current billing for any given STB or
room at any moment.
The logging system is continuously
monitoring the status of the
system an can provide alerts when
a STB is disconnected from the
network or a live TV channel is not
receiving content. This prevents
any unauthorized access to the
distribution network.
The middleware is also capable of
gathering use statistics for both
VoD and live contents.
The price of the media contents are
determined by a very flexible price
rule mechanism. This provides the
operator the flexibility of grouping
some channels into one pack and
price it.
The price rules are also defined
according to a calendar, so
creating an “action weekend offer“
is very simple.
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sofTWare lIcenses
pms IntegratIon
The system can be integrated with the PMS that is part of the IT infrastructure of
the hotel. This way the hospitality system is able to generate per-user contents
with the information acquired from the PMS.
This service will be used for automatic charging the costs of the film rental or
whatever pay service that the hotel must decide to implement on the billing of
the customer.
If the connection with the PMS system is not available for whatever reason,
VoDKAST includes a minimal PMS for this purpose.
The system also includes applications for viewing the billing of the user from the
comfort of the room.
The
system
supports
any
language in every part of the
system: The interface in the STB,
the management interface, and
even the names of the tags can
be internationalized. This way
the system recognizes that the
“Action movies” will we shown
as “Peliculas de accion” for an
Spanish speaker.
User Interface modIfIcatIon
It’s possible to select an specific
welcome TV channel according to
the nationality of the guest. If the
nationality is not registered in the
system the welcome channel will
be the default one. It’s also possible
to run a specific advertisement
as welcome video in the mother
language of the guest.
The graphical interface of the IPTV system for the rooms can be completely
customized to the needs of the customer. Custom logos, colors and even menu
elements can be integrated in the user interface to provide a coherent, tailor made
visual language with the rest of the systems in the hotel, hospital, university, etc.
deVelopment of specIfIc applIcatIon
As the system proposed is a 100% end2end solution, any added value application
designed specifically to fit the customer needs can be integrated in the menus
of the STB. The flexibility is almost unlimited. Contact with a sales manager to
evaluate the viability of a custom development for your needs.
The edition of the local information
pages is very easily done via the
web interface. The administrator
does not need any programming
or web developing knowledge
to create high quality local
information pages.
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mIddleware
VodKast mIddleware
VTV-MID-1.0
pUlsar dIgItal sIgnage
VoDK AST Middleware Base License
PDS-BAS-1.0
VoDKAST Middleware LiveTV option
Upgrades the middleware with live TV channel management capabilities.
VTV-STB-1.0
PDS-MUL-1.0
25 STB Base license
VTV-AAP-1.0
25 STB Simple applications license
Upgrades the STB basic license with capabilities required for TV zapping, EPG
browsing or decoding of a Digital Signage channel. Not required if a VTV-AAP-1.0
advanced applications license is present.
PDS-LCX-1.0
25 STB Advanced applications license
PDS-LCL-1.0
Upgrades the STB basic license with hospitality capabilities, wake-up alarm,
billing check, etc. Includes the VTV-SAP-1.0 basic applications license.
VTV-IAP-1.0
VTV-VOD-1.0
VTV-PVR-1.0
VTV-DSM-1.0
VoDKAST Digital Signage Channel Upgrade
Adds one Digital Signage High Connectivity Channel to the middleware. Requires a
middleware with digital signage module (VTV-DSM-1.0) installed.
VTV-PMS-1.0
IPTV Middleware PMS integration Option
PDS-LCM-1.0
PLT-BAS-1.0
PLT-EXT-1.0
Full middleware HW+SW bundle limited to 10 users.
Pulsar Digital Signage Lite extended channel generator
Upgrades a Pulsar Lite Digital signage system (PLT-BAS-1.0) with an extra low
connectivity channel generator. Up to 10 channel generators are supported.
professIonal serVIces
LMB-INT
Integration and tests
Installation of the software licenses in the server and STBs and configuration of
the final system adapted to the destination network
LMB-SUP
One year second level support
Provides 12x5 (more schemas available) telephonic hotline for fixing any issue
with the platform via a remote vpn. I also includes continuous monitoring of the
health of the systems, cloud backup of the configuration and periodic preventive
maintenance tasks of the servers from our support team.
VoDKAST Lite Base license
VoDKAST Lite Demonstrator
Pulsar Lite Digital signage system
Low connectivity digital signage server and channel genrator for small deployments.
Up to 10 low connectivity lite channel generators (PLT-EXT-1.0) are suported
Full VoDKAST middleware license for a maximum of 15 users.
VTL-DEM-1.0
Pulsar low connectivity channel generator license (> 100)
Low connectivity channel generator license, price per unit if more than 100 units.
Upgrades the middleware with integration with a third party PMS system such as
Micros Opera.
VTL-FUL-1.0
Pulsar low connectivity channel generator license (< 100)
Low connectivity channel generator license, price per unit if less than 100 units.
VoDKAST Digital Signage Module Upgrade
Upgrades the middleware with both high and low connnectivity Digital Signage
management capabilities
VTV-DSC-1.0
PDS-LCC-1.0
25 STB netPVR license
Upgrades the STB basic license with network PVR capabilities for recording
purposes.
Pulsar low connectivity channel generator license (< 50)
Low connectivity channel generator license, price per unit if less than 50 units.
25 STB Video on Demand support license
Upgrades the STB basic license with Video on Demand capabilities for videoclub
purposes.
Pulsar low connectivity channel generator license (< 10)
Low connectivity channel generator license, price per unit if less than 10 units.
25 STB Internet Applications license
Upgrades the STB basic license with internet browsing capabilities, RSS feeds,
weather, etc.
Pulsar server multi organization option
Upgrades the Pulsar Digital Signage server with multi-role, multi organization
capabilities. Allows the management of several Digiltal Signage networks with the
same server. Allows the management of certain elements of the digital signage
schedule/templates to third party subsidaries.
Base license for a package of 25 STB
VTV-SAP-1.0
Pulsar server license
Standalone Digital signage server base license. Not required if a Vodkast
Middleware (VTV-BAS-1.0) with digital signage module upgrade (VTV-DSM-1.0) is
present.
Middleware base license. Provides basic services as STB monitoring
VTV-LTV-1.0
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LMB-TRG
Training Course
Half day in-house training course for the software products of the platform. Travel
expenses excluded.
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set top box
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t.14+
hIgh defInITIon sTB
High definition DVB-T (MPEG4/H264), able of playing high definition
Matroska MKV/H264 and compatible with Full HD (1080p - 24fps).
Compatible with multiple multimedia formats and allows AV and
component outputs including HDMI high definition output.
Allows recording from conventional & HD DVB-T, recording all audios and
subtitles.Timeshift function incorporated.
The STB is the device in charge of decoding IPTV streams to display
them in a standard TV set. Blusens STB includes the state-of-the-art
technologies to provide the ultimate end user experience in terms of
speed and interactivity with the IPTV system. It features HD capabilities
up to 1080p with H.264 video and 5.1 optical audio output while providing
a minimal lag between channel zapping.
webtV
T.14+
WebTV is a sophisticated Multimedia Center with the ability to manage,
play and distribute audiovisual contents coming from Digital Terrestrial
Television, Internet, WiFI connectivity or external audio, video or storage
sources.
Allows the connection with Internet TV platforms (OTT), IPTV and RSS’s
thematic service access and other applications.
Conectivity with wireless networks (802.11g) up to 54Mbps and Ethernet
Networs 10/100Mbps.
IP-14.1/WebTV
Multimedia DVB-T HDT V TUNER
• High Definition DVB-T Tuner (MPEG4/H264 and DVB-T MPEG2 definition.
• High definition Matroska MKV/H264 files playback.
• Full HD (supports 1080p – 24fps)
• USB 2.0 Host port.
• EPG, Parental channel control, teletext and timer.
• Allows channel sort.
• Recording: directly or programmed.
• Rename/Delete records.
• Delete files.
• Timeshift.
• Multilanguage OSD menu.
• Customized for Iranian Market.
IP/OTT Set Top Box
• Compatible with Internet TV (OTT).
• IPTV server and player.
• HD Media Player.
• Allows new application installations.
IP-14.1/WebTV
Dimensions
13 x 12 x 4 cm
Weight
230 gr
USB
Compatible Devices
USB Storage Devices
Video Outputs
Weight
Component
USB
Client
Streaming Protocol
400 gr
USB Host 2.0 Port High Speed
Composite
Video Outputs
YPbPr Component
HDMI 1.3 High Definition (Full HD 1080p Supports)
S/PDIF (optical and coaxial)
Network Connection
Subtitles
219 x 135 x 38 mm
S-Video
Audio Outputs
Compatible Codecs
Dimensions
Composite
HDMI v1.2
Compatible formats
T.14+
2 USB Host Ports (USB 2.0)
2 composite
Audio Outputs
Stereo
Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
RF antenna in
IEC connector + loopthrough output
WLAN 802.11b/g up to 54Mbps and Ethernet
Video
ASF, AVI, MP4, MPEG ES/PS/TS and Matroska (MKV)
Image
BMP, GIF, JPEG, JPG, PNG
Audio
MP3 and WMA
Video
MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, WMV9, VC-1, MPEG-4.10 (H.264), DivX
Audio
MP3, AAC, MPEG-1 Layers I, II and III (MP3) 2.0, WMA9
Files “.srt”
UPnP, NFS, Samba
Compatible
formats
Video
MPEG 1-2, MPEG 4.2-XVID, MPEG AVC 4.10 H264, MPEG 4.14 NERO
DIGITAL, AVCHD
Image
JPEG, BMP and PNG
Audio
Containers
Compatible
USB drives
MP3, AAC, WMA
AVI, MP4, MPG, VOB, TS, TP, MKV, MP3, AAC, M4A, WMA, MOV, M2TS
2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB
FAT32/NTFS
128GB, 256GB, 500GB, 1TB, 1.5TB
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
HTTP, MMS (MMS-T), MMS-H and RTSP
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
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T.14
HD DTT Set Top Box
• High definition DVB-T (MPEG4/ H264), able of playing high definition Matroska
MKV/H264 High Profile L4.0 files and compatible with Full HD (1080p - 24fps).
• Compatible with multiple multimedia formats and allows multiple AV outputs
including HDMI high definition output.
• Allows 24 hours of continuous recording from conventional & HD DVB-T and
programmable channel recordings.
• High Definition DVB-T Tuner (MPEG4/H264) and DVB-T MPEG2 definition.
• High definition Matroska MKV/H264, High Profile L4.0 files playback.
• Full HD (supports 1080p - 24fps).
• USB Host port.
• EPG, Parental channel control, teletext and timer.
• Allows channel sort.
• Recording: directly or programmed.
• English, spanish, galician, basque and catalonian OSD language menu.
T.14
Dimensions
22,8 x16,5 x 4 cm
Weight
694 g
USB
USB Host Port
Video Outputs
Antenna RF input and output
HDMI 1.3 high definition output (Full HD, supports 1080p)
Audio Outputs
Video
Compatible
formats
SPDIF Coaxial and optical audio output
MPEG 1-2, MPEG 4.2-XVID, MPEG AVC 4.10 H264, MPEG 4.14 NERO DIGITAL,
AVCHD
Image
JPEG, BMP y PNG
Audio
MP3, AAC, AC3, WMA, EAC3
Containers
AAVI, MP4, MPG, VOB, TS, TP, MKV, MP3, AAC, M4A, WMA, MOV, M2TS
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
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Vod streamIng clUster
The VoD cluster is the group of servers responsible of storing and streaming the ondemand contents to each STB managed by the middleware. The cluster can be divided
into several storage and caching levels with one or more specific node at each level. The
most common approach is to have one or two levels with one node each.
Up to 2 tb storage node
In the first level, the storage nodes store and replicate the multimedia content library.
At the second and further levels, the streaming nodes act as both streamers and caching
nodes, providing the capacity to answer the queries from the STB faster than from the
first level.
When a STB asks for a movie to a streamer, the streamer checks if the movie is stored
locally in its own memory. If the content is available locally, the streaming starts
immediately, otherwise, the streamer asks the storage to stream the content to itself.
The content is then served through the streamer to the STB. At the same time, the content
is split in two and cached locally in the streamer to speed up the subsequent accesses
from other users to the same movie.
SN.12
Up to 2 tb storage node
• Up to 2 TB storage node.
• Capable of storing up to 450 hours of SD video or 180 hours of HD video.
• RAID 1 mirroring to ensure data redundancy.
• Gigabit Ethernet output.
• Optional 10 Gigabit Ethernet output.
• 1 Disk Maximum fail tolerance.
This clustering approach means that the storing and streaming requirements can grow
independently from each other making it possible to adapt the system to any installation
size.
SN.12
Processor
SN.12
Two Intel Xeon processors 5500 series
Operating temperature: 5° C to 35° C (41° to 95°
F) at sea level
Level 1: 32 KB instruction and 32 KB data L1 cache
per core
Architecture
Cache
Non operating temperature: -40° C to 68° C (-40°
to 154° F)
Level 2: 256 KB unified (data and instruction) L2
cache per core
Operating relative humidity: up to 93%, non
condensing, 38° C max. wet bulb
Level 3: 4 MB or 8 MB shared inclusive L3 cache per
processor
Main
memory
System architecture
12 DDR3 DIMM slots (six DIMM slots per CPU socket);
system supports from 2 GB (1x 2 GB to 96 GB (12x 8
GB) of memory
Non operating relative humidity: Up to 93%, non
condensing
Environment
Operating altitude: Up to 3,000m (9,000 ft.), max.
ambient temperature is derated by 1° C per 300m
above 900m
Based on Intel Xeon processor 5500 series and Intel
5500 Chipset
Non operating altitude: 10,000m (35,000 ft.)
Network: Two 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports
Acoustic noise: 7.5 B operating, 7 B idling / 70 dBA
operating, 60 dBA idle (declared noise emissions
in accordance with ISO 9296 A-weighted, sound
power)
Serial: One RJ-45 port
Standard/integrated
interfaces
USB: Five USB 2.0 ports (two front, two rear, one
internal)
Expansion bus: One PCIe 2.0 slot (x16 electrical/x16
mechanical, low-profile)
Single non redundant power supply; max. power
supply rating 600 W at >80% efficiency
Power
AC power: 100–240 V AC (47–63 Hz)
Solaris 10 OS
OpenSolaris™ OS
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
Software
Operating
systems
Regulations
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10
VMware ESX 3.5
Windows Server 2003 Standard/Enterprise Editions
Windows Server 2008 Standard/Enterprise Editions
Windows Server 2008 Standard/Enterprise/
Datacenter Editions
VoDKAST Architecture Graphic
Networking
Certifications
Two GbE ports integrated on motherboard
Optional Sun Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM)
service processor module
sTorage nodes
– VGA 8 MB: 1,024x768 at 60 Hz
– Management port: One 10/100 RJ-45 port
The storage nodes, with an optional external disk array, provide storage
of any content of the media library, ensuring fast access, fault tolerance,
continuous data output and the capacity of redimensioning the network
while in operation.
The storage facility will store both the VoD, NetPVR, playout and metadata
of the whole media library of the hospitality system.
The storage capabilities of the platform can be increased by adding more
storage nodes, independently from the streaming capacity required.
Dimensions
and weight
Enables remote power control; remote keyboard,
video, mouse (KVM) graphical
Management
access; and remote media (DVD, CD, floppy)
IEC 60950, UL/CSA 60950, EN 60950, CB Scheme
with all country differences
RFI/EMI
FCC CFR 47 Part 15 Class A, EN 300 386 v1.3.3, EN
55022 Class A, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3
Immunity
EN 55024, EN 300 386 v1.3.3
Safety
CE, CB Scheme, UL, CSA, CCC, BSMI, AR-S,
GOST-R
EMC
CE, FCC, VCCI, ICES, BSMI, CCC, MIC, C-Tick,
AR-S, GOST-R
Other
RoHS-compliant labeled, per WEEE (Waste
Electrical and Electronics Equipment) Directive
(2002/95/EC)
Height
43mm (1.7 in.)
Width
436mm (17.2 in.)
Depth
Weight
Mounting option
Sun™ xVM Ops Center software support
Warranty
In-band, out-of-band, and side-band remote
management
650mm (25.6 in.)
MIN
MAX
9.8 kg (21.7 lbs.)
13.9 kg (30.6 lbs.)
Rackmounting slide rail kit
Secure remote access using Web interface over SSL,
or CLI over SSH
IPMI 2.0, SNMP v1, v2c, and v3
Mass storage Internal
and media
disk option
Safety
Toolless rackmounting slide rail kit
Cable management arm
One year, next business day
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
Up to four hot-pluggable 3.5 in. SATA disk drives, 4
TB max.: 1 TB, 500 GB (7,200 rpm)
Up to four hot-pluggable solid-state drives (SSDs),
128 GB max.: 32 GB3
Up to two Sun Flash Modules, 48 GB max.: 24 GB3
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sTreamIng nodes
Up to 48 tb storage node
300 mbps streamer cache node
SN.148
Up to 48 tb storage node
Up to 300 Mbps of streaming capacity. It can stream up 60 SD streams
or up to 25 HD streams.
• Scales from 6 to 48TB storage space.
• RAID 5 redundancy.
• Capable of storing 20000 hours of SD video or 8000 hours of HD video.
• Gigabit Ethernet output.
• Optional 10 Gigabit Ethernet output.
• More than 1 Disk Maximum fail tolerance.
CN.1300
300 Mbps Streamer Cache Node
CN.1300
SN.148
Disk system
SN.148
Six on board LSI disk controller chips each
directly connects to 8 SATA drives for max data
throughput
100-240 V AC, 50-60 Hz, 10 A, 100 V support is with 3
power supply unit configuration with 2+1 redundancy
48 hot-swappable, 3.5-in. SATA II HDD internal
disks: 250 GB, 500 GB, 1000 GB 7200-RPM disks
available; 48 TB total capacity
5°C to 32°C (37°F to 91°F), 10-90 percent relative
humidity, non condensing, 27°C max. wet bulb
Environment
AC
power
USB: Four USB 2.0 ports (two front and two rear)
Video: VGA video port
Expansion slots: Three internal MD2 low-profile
PCI-E slots, 8x wide each
Mounting option
19-inch rackmount kit
Software
Operating
systems
OS Booting
Standard Linux distributions, SLES10 SP1 64 bit,
Rhel4.6 & 5.1 64 bit
Power
Regulations (meets or
exceeds)
Management
Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) service
processor providing: CLI (in-band and out-ofband), IPMI 2.0 (in-band and out-ofband), SNMP
(out-of-band only)
Sun xVM Ops Center — manage from one to
hundreds of systems from a central location
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
Internal disk option
Mass storage
Removable Media
and media
RAID
Other: Labeled per WEEE (Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment) Directive
Dimensions
and weight
IPMI 2.0 compliant Service Processor with embedded. Lights
Out Management offering remote power, KVM (keyboard,
video, mouse) and media capability
Two hot-pluggable 250-750 GB 7200 rpm 3.5” SATA II HD
Up to one EIDE DVD-ROM or DVD+/-RW DL drive
RAID 1 hardware mirroring to provide fault tolerance
Operating temperature: 5° to 35° C (41° to 95° F) at sea level
Non operating temperature: -40° to 68° C (-40° to 154° F), up
to 93% relative humidity, non condensing, 38° C max. wet bulb
Operating altitude: Up to 3,000m (9,000 ft.), max. ambient
temperature is derated by 1° C per 300m above 900m
Environment
Acoustic noise: 70 dBA operating, 69 dBA idle (declared noise
emissions in accordance with ISO 9296 A-weighted, sound
power)
Safety: cULus Mark, CE Mark, GOST R, S-Mark
Two mirrored OS drives are also configured on
two different disk controllers for max availability
Networking
Operating systems
Non operating altitude: up to 12,000m (=~36,000 ft.)
EMC: CE Mark (93/68/3EEC); Emissions and Immunity
— Class A Emissions Levels: FCC, VCCI, C-Tick, MIC,
GOST R2, BSMI2
technologies, and XML
Software
RFI/EMI: FCC Class A, Part 15 47 CFR, EN, 55022,
CISPR 22, EN300-396: v1.31, ICES-003
Booting from the flash disk is supported by
Solaris, Linux and windows, the external flash
Disk OS booting saves up to 2 TB HDD capacity
for data
SunLink™, OSI, MHS, IPXTM/SPX, SMB
Solaris OS 10 or GNU/Linux
CB scheme with all country differences
Immunity: EN55024, EN300-386:v1.3.2
Certifications
SATA: Up to two hot-pluggable SATA bays, 2 TB max.
Expansion bus: One PCIe slot (x16 electrical/x16 mechanical),
half-length, half-height
Maximum system consumption 1,180 W
Safety: IEC60950, UL/CSA60950, EN60950,
Serial: RJ-45
USB: Five USB 2.0 ports (two front, two rear, one internal)
Power supply output rating: 1,500 W
Windows 2003 Standard and Enterprise version
32 bit and 64 bit
ONC™, ONC+TM, NFS, WebNFS, TCP/IP,
Management: Service processor with embedded Lights Out
Manager (LOM) standard
Dual-redundant, hot-swappable power supply
One compact flash disk port for OS booting
Solaris 10 05/08 preinstalled
Network: Four Integrated 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet ports
Up to 12000 m
LpAm bystander: At or below 25°C, 65 dB, at max.
ambient, 75 dB
4 GB total memory. System configurations
from 1 GB up to 32 GB
Intel Quad Core technology
Non operating altitude
Network management: One dedicated
10/100Base-T Ethernet port
Memory
Configuration
ASPEED AST2000
Operating altitude
LwAd (1B = 10 dB): At or below 25°C, 7.5B, at max.
ambient, 8.5B
Up to 32 GB of 800 MHz ECC FB-DIMM or
667 MHz ECC FB-DIMM
System architecture
Standard/integrated interfaces
Acoustic noise
DIMM Slots
Memory Type
Graphics Controller
Up to 3048 m; maximum ambient temperature is
derated by 1°C per 300 m above 900 m
Four 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports
Main memory Serial: One TIA/EIA-232-F asynchronous, RJ45
connector
Main memory
-40°C to 65°C (-40°F to 149°F), up to 93 percent
relative humidity, non condensing, 38°C max. wet bulb
Sixteen DDR-2 DIMM slots (eight DIMM slots
per CPU socket); 32 GB with 2 GB DIMMs, 64 GB
with 4 GB DIMMs and 128 GB when 8GB DIMM is
qualified
Architecture
Quad Core Processors: 12 MB L2 cache per core
Non operating temperature/humidity
Two quad-core AMD™ Opteron processors, Model
2356
One 512Kb Level 2 cache per core 2 MB L3 cache
per processor
Cache
Architecture
Operating temperature/humidity
Software RAID enabled by RAID-Z, RAID-Z2 in
Solaris ZFS, other Linux, or Windows RAID code
Processor
Processor
One or Two Quad-Core Intel Xeon L5420 Processor, 2.50 GHz,
1333 MHz FSB, 50W.
• Up to two hard disks.
• RAID 1 redundancy.
• Gigabit Ethernet output.
• Optional 10 Gigabit Ethernet output.
• 1 Disk Maximum fail tolerance.
Single PSU
Power
Regulations
AC power: 100–240 V AC (47–63 Hz)
Safety
IEC 60950, UL/CSA 60950, EN 60950, CB Scheme with all
country differences
RFI/EMI
FCC CFR 47 Part 15 Class A, EN 300 386 v1.3.3, EN 55022
Class A, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3
Height
6.89 in./175.05 mm
Immunity
EN 55024, EN 300 386 v1.3.3
Width
17.28 in./439 mm
Safety
CE, CB Scheme, UL, CSA, CCC, BSMI, AR-S, GOST-R
Depth
29.52 in./749.90 mm
EMC
CE, FCC, VCCI, ICES, BSMI, CCC, MIC, C-Tick, AR-S, GOST-R
Weight
170 lbs./77 kg
Other
RoHS-compliant labeled, per WEEE (Waste Electrical and
Electronics Equipment) Directive (2002/95/EC)
Height
44 mm (1.7”)
Width
425.5 mm (16.8”)
Depth
633.7 mm (25”)
Weight
13.3 kg (27.2 lbs.)
Certifications
Dimensions
and weight
Warranty
One year, next business day
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
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Vod streamIng clUster
1200 mbps streamer cache node
Up to 1200 Mbps of streaming capacity. It can stream up to 240 SD
streams, or up to 100 HD streams.
CN.11200
1200 Mbps. Streamer Cache Node
VoD FUNCTIONS
VCR functions Play, Pause, Stop, Reverse and Fast-forward.
Trick modes default x6 x12 FF and REW speeds (the available speeds are configurable at installation time)
CN.11200
CN.11200
Two Intel Xeon processors 5500 series
Operating temperature: 5° C to 35° C (41° to 95°
F) at sea level
Level 1: 32 KB instruction and 32 KB data L1 cache
per core
Architecture
Cache
Non operating temperature: -40° C to 68° C (-40°
to 154° F)
Level 2: 256 KB unified (data and instruction) L2
cache per core
Operating relative humidity: up to 93%, non
condensing, 38° C max. wet bulb
Level 3: 4 MB or 8 MB shared inclusive L3 cache per
processor
Main
memory
System architecture
12 DDR3 DIMM slots (six DIMM slots per CPU socket);
system supports from 2 GB (1x 2 GB to 96 GB (12x 8
GB) of memory
Acoustic noise: 7.5 B operating, 7 B idling / 70 dBA
operating, 60 dBA idle (declared noise emissions
in accordance with ISO 9296 A-weighted, sound
power)
USB: Five USB 2.0 ports (two front, two rear, one
internal)
Power
Operating
systems
Regulations
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10
VMware ESX 3.5
Windows Server 2003 Standard/Enterprise Editions
Windows Server 2008 Standard/Enterprise Editions
Windows Server 2008 Standard/Enterprise/
Datacenter Editions
Networking
Certifications
Two GbE ports integrated on motherboard
Optional Sun Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM)
service processor module
– VGA 8 MB: 1,024x768 at 60 Hz
– Management port: One 10/100 RJ-45 port
Dimensions
and weight
Enables remote power control; remote keyboard,
video, mouse (KVM) graphical
Management
access; and remote media (DVD, CD, floppy)
VoD streaming require that the content is encoded in a certain way so that all the
elements of the network know how to handle the data. A transcoding node will
enable the operator to load the content in any format and store it in as many ones as
required, so that the same content can be streamed in different qualities.
AC power: 100–240 V AC (47–63 Hz)
OpenSolaris™ OS
Software
transcodIng
Single non redundant power supply; max. power
supply rating 600 W at >80% efficiency
Solaris 10 OS
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
oPTIonal feaTures
Non operating altitude: 10,000m (35,000 ft.)
Serial: One RJ-45 port
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4
SUPPORTED STREAMING PROTOCOLS
Streaming Transport Stream over RTP, HTTP, etc.
Control RTSP with OVS extensions.
Operating altitude: Up to 3,000m (9,000 ft.), max.
ambient temperature is derated by 1° C per 300m
above 900m
Based on Intel Xeon processor 5500 series and Intel
5500 Chipset
Expansion bus: One PCIe 2.0 slot (x16 electrical/x16
mechanical, low-profile)
SUPPORTED STREAMING FORMATS
Video MPEG-1/2, MPEG-4/AVC(h.264), both SD and HD qualities.
Audio MPEG-1/2, MP3, AAC.
Non operating relative humidity: Up to 93%, non
condensing
Environment
Network: Two 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports
Standard/integrated
interfaces
The streaming nodes are the connection points between the VoD cluster and the STB with VoD
capabilities. Its responsibility is to store locally the most demanded contents to provide fast
response and to automatically get the least demanded contents from the storage nodes and store
it locally for further queries for the same content.
The streaming capabilities of the platform can be increased by adding more streaming nodes
independently from the storage space required.
STREAMING POWER
Unlimited growing capacity by addition of new nodes.
• Up to four hard disks.
• RAID 1+0 redundancy.
• Gigabit Ethernet output.
• Optional 10 Gigabit Ethernet output.
• 2 Disk Maximum fail tolerance.
Processor
Safety
IEC 60950, UL/CSA 60950, EN 60950, CB Scheme
with all country differences
RFI/EMI
FCC CFR 47 Part 15 Class A, EN 300 386 v1.3.3, EN
55022 Class A, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3
Immunity
EN 55024, EN 300 386 v1.3.3
Safety
CE, CB Scheme, UL, CSA, CCC, BSMI, AR-S,
GOST-R
EMC
CE, FCC, VCCI, ICES, BSMI, CCC, MIC, C-Tick,
AR-S, GOST-R
Other
RoHS-compliant labeled, per WEEE (Waste
Electrical and Electronics Equipment) Directive
(2002/95/EC)
Height
43mm (1.7 in.)
Width
436mm (17.2 in.)
Depth
Weight
650mm (25.6 in.)
MIN
9.8 kg (21.7 lbs.)
MAX
13.9 kg (30.6 lbs.)
VIrtUal tIcKetIng
Virtual ticketing is a technology which ensures that the access URL for a media
content is created for one specific STB, so it can be only watched by this STB even if
the URL is stolen by another user. The unauthorized access to any content is blocked
and the incidence is reported.
Virtual ticketing is not a DRM mechanism, is an access control mechanism.
load balancIng
Rackmounting slide rail kit
Secure remote access using Web interface over SSL,
or CLI over SSH
Mounting option
Sun™ xVM Ops Center software support
Warranty
Load balancing is an optional feature that is continually monitoring the current
streaming load of every streamer. The queries of a STB for a specific content can be
automatically redirected to the least busy streamer so the total load of the cluster is
equitably distributed through all the streamers.
Toolless rackmounting slide rail kit
Cable management arm
One year, next business day
IPMI 2.0, SNMP v1, v2c, and v3
In-band, out-of-band, and side-band remote
management
Mass storage Internal
and media
disk option
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Up to four hot-pluggable 3.5 in. SATA disk drives, 4
TB max.: 1 TB, 500 GB (7,200 rpm)
Up to four hot-pluggable solid-state drives (SSDs),
128 GB max.: 32 GB3
Up to two Sun Flash Modules, 48 GB max.: 24 GB3
storage replIcatIon
Storage replication is an optional feature that allows the stored media to be
automatically replicated in another server, even in another building to provide fault
tolerance and transparent backup features to the VoD cluster.
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
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Ip contrIbUtIon head-end
Ip contrIbUtIon head-end
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• GB IP (electrical or optical), ASI, DVB-S/S2, DVB-T and DVB-C inputs.
• GB IP (electrical or optical) and ASI output MPTS or SPTS. Supports multiple of output modules.
• Multiplexing.
• PSI/SI regeneration.
• Support for AES SW descrambling.
• Support DVB and AES scrambling, simulcrypt interface based.
• Intuitive web-based user control.
• SNMP Alarm MIB.
• SOAP/XML Interface.
SC/CAB1PSSW
10 Slot Contribution Chassis
SC/CAB1PSSWIPOUT
10 Slot Contribution Chassis
SC/CAB1PSSWIPOUT4CI
10 Slot Contribution Chassis
• Up to 24 ASI or 16 DVB-S/S2, DVB-T, DVB-C Inputs.
• Up to 8 DVB common interface slots for DVB descrambling.
SC/CAB4PS-03
16 Slot Contribution Chassis
SC/CAB4PS-04
16 Slot Contribution Chassis
The contribution head-end, part of the Blusens blu:core line, is the part of the system in charge of
obtaining live content from any source and perform the appropriate operations to transform this feeds
into multicast IP streams capable of being transferred through the IP network. Once these streams are
in IP format, the middleware is the responsible of granting or revoking the access of each STB to them.
• Up to 45 ASI or 28 DVB-S/S2, DVB-T, DVB-C Inputs.
• Up to 14 DVB common interface slots for DVB descrambling.
According to the source of the live video the contribution can be digital or analog. In the first case the
feeds will come from satellite (DVB-S) terrestrial (DVB-T) or cable (DVB-C) broadcasts. On the other
hand, for the analog contribution, the input will be composite or s-video, both in PAL or NTSC formats.
Provides support for remultiplexing output streams in the headend. It is required
to provide EPG services to the middleware.
As the content distributed in DVB-S/T/C is already an MPEG2-TS stream, the operation performed
by the digital contribution is remove the QPSK, QAM or any other transport layer and substitute it
by IP. That's why the digital video stream is not modified in any moment and the broadcast quality is
maintained during the whole distribution of the channel through the IP network.
For the analog contribution option, the first step is encoding the original analog source into MPEG-2
digital format. Once this step is done, the stream behaves exactly the same as a digital stream being
transferred through the network.
dIgITal conTrIBuTIon
The digital contribution IP Streamer offers a complete professional video head-end solution. It is built around a
modular platform, that brings the capability of hosting as many tuning modules as required.
This way, the scalability of the platform is assured by providing a higher density, lower cost and better reliability
system due to its integrated architecture.
The IP Streamers can receive MPEG-2 transport streams from a variety of input sources (ASI, DVB-S/S2, DVB-T,
IP and DVB-C, with QPSK, 8PSK, COFDM or QAM modulations) and can descramble and re-scramble selected
services, before streaming it via IP or ASI.
All the elements of the system are continuously monitored, including decoding CAM modules via a web-based
Management Interface, which enables remote configuration of all modules,real time status of their performance,
and presentation of service related information. The streamer supports full analysis of PSI/SI (PSIP in later
release) and regenerates all tables as required.
SC/MX
Multiplexing
chassIs
SC/SWM
• Gbit/s routing between modules in a chassis.
• Integrated from the front.
SC/CAB1PSSW-IPOUT-IPOUT4CI
• Modular configuration with up to 9+1 board positions.
• WEB based configuration, SNMP Alarms, SOAP/XML
interface.
• Forced air-cooling.
• Hot-swappable modules in back.
• Optional IP IO and descramblers in front.
SC/SWM
• Gbit/s routing between modules in a chassis.
• Integrated from the front.
SC/CAB4PS-03
• Modular configuration with up to 16+2 board positions.
• WEB based configuration, SNMP Alarms, SOAP/XML
interface.
• Forced air-cooling.
• Hot-swappable modules.
• Dual redundant hot-swappable 300 W power supply.
• 4 individually monitored hot-swappable fans.
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InpUt modUles
SC/GBIPIN-MMI
processIng modUles
Ethernet Input
• 10/100/1000BaseT input card (RJ45)
• Mini-GBIC interface (SFP) for optical input.
• Supports UDP/RTP Multicast/Unicast reception.
• Supports reception of MPTS and SPTS.
• Service filtering.
• PCR regeneration.
• 10/100/1000BaseT management port (RJ45)
• Enables WEB management.
• 1 slot wide.
SC/4DVBS-MMI
DVB-S Input w/Management
• 4xQPSK inputs.
• F connectors.
• DVB-S mode.
• 950 – 2150 MHz Frequency Range.
• 1-45 MSym/s.
• 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 FEC.
• Supports reception of MPTS and SPTS.
• Service filtering.
• ASI Monitoring port.
• 10/100/1000BaseT management port (RJ45)
• Enables WEB management.
• 2 slots wide.
SC/4QAM-MMI
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DVB-C Input w/Management
SC/3ASI-MMI
ASI Input w/Management
• 3xASI input.
• BNC connectors.
• 213 Mbit/s per input.
• Supports reception of MPTS and SPTS.
• Service filtering.
• PCR regeneration.
• 10/100/1000BaseT management port (RJ45)
• Enables WEB management.
• 1 slot wide.
SC/4DVBSS2-MMI
DVB-S/S2 Input w/Management
• 4xDVB-S/S2 inputs.
• F connectors.
• DVB-S, DVB-S2 QPSK and 8PSK modes.
• 950 – 2150 MHz Frequency Range.
• 1-45 MSym/s (mode dependent)
• 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8, 8/9, 9/10 FEC (mode dep.)
• Supports reception of MPTS and SPTS.
• Service filtering.
• ASI Monitoring port.
• 10/100/1000BaseT management port (RJ45)
• Enables WEB management.
• 2 slots wide.
SC/4COFDM-MMI
SC/2CI
Descrambler
• 2xDVB Common interface.
• Descrambling of 2-8 services (depends on
common interface)
• Support for all major CA systems and CAMS.
• 1 slot wide.
Scrambling
• DVB CA compliant scrambling (CSA) and AES
compliant scrambling.
• Scrambles up to 250 services, maximum 850
Mbit/s.
• Supports partial scrambling and PVR.
• Support scrambling of MPEG-2 and H.264 in
SD&HD.
• DVB Simulcrypt compliant.
• 10/100/1000BaseT IP interface towards CA
system (RJ45)
• Handles up to 250 ECM’s.
• 1 slots wide.
oUtpUt modUles
SC/GBIPOUT
Ethernet Output
• 10/100/1000BaseT input card (RJ45)
• Mini-GBIC interface (SFP) for optical input.
• Supports UDP/RTP Multicast/Unicast
transmission.
• Supports multiple of output cards.
• Streaming of up to 850 Mbit/s.
• Maximum 250 service per output card.
• Supports streaming of SPTS.
• Support streaming of MPTS with Multiplexing
(optional)
• PSI/SI regeneration.
• PCR regeneration.
• 1 slot wide.
SC/ASIOUTMX
ASI output
• 4xASI outputs.
• BNC connectors.
• 213 Mbit/s per output.
• 4 Different multiplexed outputs.
• Maximum 250 services per card.
• PSI/SI regeneration.
• PCR regeneration.
• 1 slot wide.
DVB-T Input w/Management
SC/ADMSDIHD
• 4xQAM inputs.
• F connector.
• 0.87-6.9 Ms/s.
• Supports reception of MPTS and SPTS.
• Service filtering.
• ASI Monitoring port.
• 10/100/1000 BaseT management port (RJ45)
• Enables WEB management.
• 2 slots wide.
SC/DVBSCS250
• 4xCOFDM inputs.
• F connector.
• 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 FEC.
• 2k and 8k carrier mode.
• QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM modulation.
• Supports reception of MPTS and SPTS.
• Service filtering.
• ASI Monitoring port.
• 10/100/1000 BaseT management port (RJ45)
• Enables WEB management.
• 2 slots wide.
4HD Decoder with SDI Output
• 2 SDI/HDSDI outputs per decoder
• MPEG2 and MPEG4 (H264) SD and HD
• VBI re-insertion (WSS, WST/EBU Teletext, VPS,
VITS)
• DVB and EBU subtitling
• 2 SDI /HDSDI outputs per decoder
• 1 slot wide
SD/HPDDMRF
Dual Decoder w/RF output and NICAM/A2
• 2 decoders per module
• MPEG-2 DVB 4:2:0 MP@ML decoding
• VBI re-insertion (WSS, WST/EBU Teletext, VPS,
VITS)
• DVB and EBU subtitling
• 2 DVB Common Interfaces. One per channel
• High performance RF modulation and upconversion
• 47 – 862 MHz frequency range
• F connector output with both channels combined
• Ttest output – F connector
• External mute of RF output
• NICAM or A2 stereo audio (option)
• 2 slots wide
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analog conTrIBuTIon
The analog contribution modules can receive any analog signal in composite or S-Video format and transform
it into MPEG2-TS multicast IP streams to inject it into the IP network providing a convenient way to integrate
legacy video generating systems in the IPTV system. Once transformed by this modules, the streams can be
treated exactly the same as the live TV streams coming from the digital contribution head-end, the playout
server or the Digital Signage server.
AM.200
MPEG-2 SD encoder blade with Y/C, S-Video input
AM.300
MPEG-2 SD encoder blade with SDI Video input
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The analog contribution series consists of 3 different sized models, enabling custom-sized streaming systems:
Ranging from the ultra-compact 1 slot chassis (max. one blade) up to the rackable 21 slot chassis (max. 21
blades) for high-density and multichannel streaming applications, the later one with dual redundant power
supplies. All the chassis series supports easy replacement and hot-swapping/hot-plugging of inserted blades.
The chassis models are professional and industrial grade enclosures. The chassis ensure ideal operating
conditions for video blades and enable 24/7 operation.
chassIs
PROFESSIONAL QUALITY
The encoders incorporate low-latency compression technology and professional signal processing, creating full
resolution and smooth motion DVD-quality video streams.
Simple setup
Connect LAN Ethernet and a video/audio input signal and the AM encoder will turn into a true video networking
“port”, transmitting your video in digital form over IP networks.
AC.11
• Single channel blade chassis, 5V DC, 10W, 100-240V AC.
• External power supply included.
• Dimensions (H/W/D): 45mm x 145mm x 240mm.
• Weight: 650 grams.
• No forced cooling required (fanless)
AC.12
• Dual channel blade chassis, 5V DC, 10W, 100-240V AC.
• External power supply included.
• Dimensions (H/W/D): 75mm x 145mm x 240mm.
• Weight: 950 grams.
• No forced cooling required (fanless)
Easy configuration
To access the intuitive graphical user interface use your standard web browser from any PC on the network, no
special or additional tools required.
Extremely robust and durable
The AM encoders runs on an embedded real-time platform. This blade is designed without any moving parts, as
hard drives/fans, to ensure system uptime, reliability and noiseless operation. The AM can be used in extreme
operating conditions and at temperatures up to 65°C.
AM encoders
Standards
Video Inputs
AC.121
• High-density, multichannel chassis, holds max. 21 blades.
• Internal dual, redundant power supply: Max. 150W with 21
blades, 90-240V AC.
• Dimensions (H/W/D): 176(4RU) x 480 x 400 mm.
• Weight: 9,5 Kg empty.
PAL, NTSC
Composite Input
S-Video Input
1 VPP (Y), 0,3 VPP (C - Pal), 0,286 VPP (C - NTSC), 75 Ohm (miniDIN)
SDI Input
0,8 VPP, 75 Ohm (BNC), embedded audio supported for orders of min. 50 units
Video
Resolutions
Encoding
Specifications
1 VPP, 75 Ohm (BNC)
Full D1
720h x 480/576v, 2/3-D1: 704h x 576/480v
Half D1
384h x 480/576v, CIF/SIF: 384h x 240/288v
Audio Inputs
Audio Outputs (TALKBACK)
MPEG-2 Video Encoding
Unbalanced Analog Stereo, Line level, 3.5mm jack (mini jack)
Analog Dual Mono, Line level 3.5mm jack (mini jack)
MPEG-2 (ISO/IEC 13818-2), Main Profile at Main Level (MP@ML), 4:2:0
ISO/IEC 13818-1 Transport
Stream Types
ISO/IEC 13818-2,3
Elementary A/V
encodIng blades
Video Encoding Bitrates
MPEG-2 Audio Encoding
All video blade models process input streams in full DVD-quality for
professional MPEG-2 SD streaming to any kind of device. AM encoder
blades are built for robust 24/7 LIVE encoding operations and can be
used in tough environmental conditions. They are designed without any
moving parts, making them diskless, fanless and noiseless.
Network
Streaming Traffic
I/O
Specifications
IP Protocols
RS-232/485 port
GPI
Agency Approvals
Humidity
AM.100
Temperature
MPEG-2 SD encoder blade with COMPOSITE input
Environmental
Weight
Blade dimensions (H/W/D)
Power
Limited Warranty
800Kb/s – 15Mb/s (CIF/SIF min. 800Kbit/s, Full D1 min. 2Mbit/s)
MPEG-1 Audio Layer 2 (ISO/IEC 11172-3 Layer 2)
10/100TX Ethernet, RJ45, half/full duplex, Auto-sensing
Unicast and Multicast traffic supported
HTTP (Web Browser), TCP/IP Control Protocol, UDP/IP Streaming, IGMPv2, Supports SAPv1,
SNMP, DHCP
Remote control for non IP devices via TCP/IP RS-232/485 command tunnelling
1 INPUT, for device control: streaming on/off configuration
CE, RoHS
Up to 80%, non-condensing
0 to +65°C environment temperature; fanless when operated in FR-110 or FR-210 chassis
Approx. 150 grams
20mm x 130mm x 190mm
5W per blade
1 year standard limited warranty. Warranty extensions available.
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
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VoDKAST Network Personal Video Recorder (VoDKAST nPVR) increases the
possibilities of the VoDKAST platform with the capability of recording, indexing
and managing live video sources. This way, it is possible for the user to record live
broadcasts, and store it in the VoD streaming cluster storage space for later on
demand recovery, providing several services, for example:
VR.100
ONC™, ONC+TM, NFS, WebNFS, TCP/IP,
SunLink™, OSI, MHS, IPXTM/SPX, SMB
technologies, and XML
Networking
- Schedule network recordings. The recordings can be managed directly from the
EPG or manually programmed. The users decide which programs they want to
record and this programs are automatically recorded in VoDKAST servers. Later,
the users will be able to watch the recordings on demand when needed.
Management
Sun xVM Ops Center — manage from one to
hundreds of systems from a central location
100-240 V AC, 50-60 Hz, 10 A, 100 V support is
with 3 power supply unit configuration with 2+1
redundancy
- Legal filing systems. For continuous recording of video broadcasting and their
later recovering. The Legal filing systems incorporates the EPG information for
easy browsing of the recorded contents. This kind of cyclic recordings can be
integrated with video surveillance systems. It also supports Catch Up TV services,
or live shows recording for the later on demand re-broadcasting.
5°C to 32°C (37°F to 91°F), 10-90 percent relative
humidity, non condensing, 27°C max. wet bulb
Processor
Non operating temperature/humidity
48 hot-swappable, 3.5-in. SATA II HDD internal
disks: 250 GB, 500 GB, 1000 GB 7200-RPM disks
available; 48 TB total capacity
Software RAID enabled by RAID-Z, RAID-Z2 in
Solaris ZFS, other Linux, or Windows RAID code
NetPVR Server Node
The NetPVR allows the implementation of Time Shifting for TV channels which
allows to the users that are watching a TV channel, to pause and recover it from
the beginning of its broadcast using on demand video controls.
Operating temperature/humidity
VR.100
Six on board LSI disk controller chips each
directly connects to 8 SATA drives for max data
throughput
Disk system
VR.100
Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) service
processor providing: CLI (in-band and out-ofband), IPMI 2.0 (in-band and out-ofband), SNMP
(out-of-band only)
Environment
AC power
Non operating altitude
One 512Kb Level 2 cache per core 2 MB L3 cache
per processor
Up to 12000 m
Acoustic noise
LwAd (1B = 10 dB): At or below 25°C, 7.5B, at max.
ambient, 8.5B
LpAm bystander: At or below 25°C, 65 dB, at max.
ambient, 75 dB
Four 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports
Due to legal reasons, VoDKAST nPVR offers several configuration options of the
filling systems:
Network management: One dedicated
10/100Base-T Ethernet port
Main memory Serial: One TIA/EIA-232-F asynchronous, RJ45
connector
• Option “one single copy” to manage a single physical recording and several
logical recordings.
• Option “multiple copies” to manage multiple physical copies
• Option “legal file”. Live indexing of the recordings to allow recovering via
positioning inside the recorded media.
Mounting option
19-inch rackmount kit
Dual-redundant, hot-swappable power supply
Power
Power supply output rating: 1,500 W
Maximum system consumption 1,180 W
USB: Four USB 2.0 ports (two front and two rear)
Safety: IEC60950, UL/CSA60950, EN60950,
Video: VGA video port
Expansion slots: Three internal MD2 low-profile
PCI-E slots, 8x wide each
Regulations (meets or
exceeds)
One compact flash disk port for OS booting
Software
OS Booting
Booting from the flash disk is supported by
Solaris, Linux and windows, the external flash
Disk OS booting saves up to 2 TB HDD capacity
for data
Two mirrored OS drives are also configured on
two different disk controllers for max availability
RFI/EMI: FCC Class A, Part 15 47 CFR, EN, 55022,
CISPR 22, EN300-396: v1.31, ICES-003
Safety: cULus Mark, CE Mark, GOST R, S-Mark
Standard Linux distributions, SLES10 SP1 64 bit,
Rhel4.6 & 5.1 64 bit
Windows 2003 Standard and Enterprise version
32 bit and 64 bit
CB scheme with all country differences
Immunity: EN55024, EN300-386:v1.3.2
Solaris 10 05/08 preinstalled
Operating
systems
Operating altitude
Up to 3048 m; maximum ambient temperature is
derated by 1°C per 300 m above 900 m
Two quad-core AMD™ Opteron processors, Model
2356
Sixteen DDR-2 DIMM slots (eight DIMM slots
per CPU socket); 32 GB with 2 GB DIMMs, 64 GB
with 4 GB DIMMs and 128 GB when 8GB DIMM is
qualified
Architecture
-40°C to 65°C (-40°F to 149°F), up to 93 percent
relative humidity, non condensing, 38°C max. wet
bulb
EMC: CE Mark (93/68/3EEC); Emissions and
Immunity — Class A Emissions Levels: FCC, VCCI,
C-Tick, MIC, GOST R2, BSMI2
Certifications
Other: Labeled per WEEE (Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment) Directive
Dimensions
and weight
Height
6.89 in./175.05 mm
Width
17.28 in./439 mm
Depth
29.52 in./749.90 mm
Weight
170 lbs./77 kg
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
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dIgItal sIgnage
WhaT Is dIgITal sIgnage?
It is a new and cost effective way of increasing brand or product visibility in
public areas. Using IP technology we can create advertising channels that provide
wanted information and, thus, attract an attention that static advertising may not.
Furthermore, the marketing campaign can be much more defined and focused,
issuing the message to the appropriate market profile, at the right location and
time, and creating a far more indelible impression.
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WhaT can dIgITal sIgnage do for you?
Pulsar Digital signage solution allows you to create a multimedia advertising solution for
providing content to hundreds of screens simultaneously. It also allows you to manage
and monitor on real time what is being broadcast on each screen.
The playout solution is the simplest digital signage platform and allows you to feed the
signage screens with a full screen sequence of videos, but, if you want more flexibility
for, for example showing more than one video at once, Pulsar Digital Signage platform
is your answer.
The Pulsar video distribution is supported by the most advanced IPTV technologies
providing a high connectivity solution in which the video streams are transferred through
the network as multicast IP streams low connectivity solution in which the multimedia
contents are distributed and then stored locally in each screen, so a problem in the
network won’t affect to the video shown in the screens.
The extensive experience and knowledge of the Pulsar product team, in
both large installation and VoD management, makes it the right tool to
face any challenges related to security, user experience, immediacy and
management of remote locations.
Pulsar is a complete product that enables the operator to have full control,
from a central location, of the full system, including screen layouts, content,
program grill, etc.
SHOPPING MALLS, SHOWROOMS, RETAIL SHOPS
By melting the powerful advertisement capabilities of the Digital Signage solution
and the flexibility of content distribution through an IPTV platform, a commercial
surface of any size can deploy from one to hundreds of advertising screens in
all its branches reaching more customers and having full control from the
headquarters.
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Pulsar gives you the simplest mechanism to
provide the most advanced Digital Signage
experience in four easy steps.
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STEP 1
Select the resolution of the output
screen, Pulsar can work with SD,
HD, 16:9, 4:3, etc. Any resolution is
supported.
Divide the output screen space into
any number of regions and select
the size for each region with the
drag and drop interface
It’s even possible to overlap the
regions if desired.
STEP 2
Upload the multimedia content to the server. Any content
is supported MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DIVX, h.264, Adobe Flash
animations and video, JPEG, TIFF, etc.
It’s also possible to associate an external information source
to any resource. This way you can deploy a flash animation
with weather information, and the information to fill the
template will be gathered form Internet.
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Assign one of the schedules defined
in the step 3 to any of the screens
available in the network.
The administrator can check in real
time what is being broadcast in each
screen at any moment.
STEP 3
Compose a schedule of programs
by filling the layouts defined in the
step 1 with the resources defined
in the step 2.
The layout can change within
a schedule so you can deploy a
full screen video and then split
the screen in four regions with a
different RSS feed in each.
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With the playout server, the administrator can generate continuous loops of full screen pre-scheduled contents
and inject it in the network as multicast streams. This is the easiest and simplest way of creating Digital
Signage information channels.
These streams are created in MPEG-2 TS format and the original contents must be MPEG-2 video as well.
The platform supports both standard and high definition streaming and can schedule even stored and live TV
contents under a common schedule.
Optionally, VoDKAST Playout can perform seamless splicing for MPEG-2 content, thus generating a
continuous, clean stream out of multiple input sources and switches.
Seamless splicing is a technology which calculates on real time the intermediate video frames during
the transition between two videos in a sequence. This means when switching from one video to following,
the resulting stream won’t be affected by MPEG-2 video noise providing a clean, smooth transition.
sIgnage serVer
With Pulsar Digital Signage server the administrator can manage the whole Digital Signage platform. It
controls the channel generators, composes schedules of screen templates and manages the resources
used to fill these templates.
It’s also responsible of uploading the resources to the channel generators in a completely bandwidth
controlled way. Finally, the server will monitor on real time what is being broadcast in each screen
with the local time in the screen location, triggering the proper SNMP alerts in case of any incidence.
Playout Server Architecture
By using the advanced scheduling functions the administrator can compose multicast TV channels interspersing
Live TV streaming from the satellite or a CCTV camera with local stored advertisements, each 10 minutes for
example.
As the stream created shows only one video at once, a channel generator is not required, but high bandwidth
network is a must. Any problem in the network connection will be reflected in the video on the screens.
PS.100
Playout Server
Signage Server Architecture
• Generates TV channels from realtime video feeds and stored content.
• Connects to VoDKAST servers to retrieve stored on-demand multimedia, or to access remote real-time
encoders.
• Generates an IPTV multicast or broadcast channel.
• Scheduling can be controlled from the graphical user interface integrated in the VoDKAST Management
Desktop.
• An XML/HTTP API is also provided for easy integration with third party control systems.
• Both RTP and Transport Stream output formats are supported.
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Pulsar Digital Signage server can generate any screen composition by dividing the screen into a template with
smaller regions. Each region can have any loop of contents in almost any media format and the layout of the
template can change accordingly to the time schedule.
DS.100
A web server gives access to the platform in a hierarchical way, allowing the Digital Signage contractor to resell
time slots for specific regions of certain screens to third parties making it possible to get direct revenue from this
platform.
It’s possible to link specific contents to a external information system, like weather RSS feeds or queue ticketing
systems. The server will get the information from the external sources periodically and will upload the updated
info to each screen. In case the internet connection with the server is lost, the signage screens will work with the
latest available information avoiding empty spaces in the screens’ templates, for both low and high connectivity
channel generators.
PS.100
Processor
One or Two Quad-Core Intel Xeon L5420 Processor, 2.50 GHz, 1333 MHz FSB, 50W.
Cache
Quad Core Processors: 12 MB L2 cache per core
Main memory
DIMM Slots Memory Type
Up to 32 GB of 800 MHz ECC FB-DIMM or 667 MHz ECC FB-DIMM
Memory Configuration
4 GB total memory. System configurations from 1 GB up to 32 GB
Graphics Controller
ASPEED AST2000
System architecture
Intel Quad Core technology
DS.100
Processor
Architecture
Cache
SATA: Up to two hot-pluggable SATA bays, 2 TB max.
Main
memory
System architecture
Standard/integrated
interfaces
Operating systems
IPMI 2.0 compliant Service Processor with embedded. Lights Out Management offering remote power, KVM
(keyboard, video, mouse) and media capability
OpenSolaris™ OS
Internal disk option
Two hot-pluggable 250-750 GB 7200 rpm 3.5” SATA II HD
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
Software
Operating
systems
Non operating temperature: -40° to 68° C (-40° to 154° F), up to 93% relative humidity, non condensing, 38° C
max. wet bulb
Windows Server 2008 Standard/Enterprise Editions
Windows Server 2008 Standard/Enterprise/
Datacenter Editions
Networking
Single PSU
– VGA 8 MB: 1,024x768 at 60 Hz
AC power: 100–240 V AC (47–63 Hz)
– Management port: One 10/100 RJ-45 port
Safety
IEC 60950, UL/CSA 60950, EN 60950, CB Scheme with all country differences
RFI/EMI
FCC CFR 47 Part 15 Class A, EN 300 386 v1.3.3, EN 55022 Class A, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3
Enables remote power control; remote keyboard,
video, mouse (KVM) graphical
Immunity
EN 55024, EN 300 386 v1.3.3
Safety
CE, CB Scheme, UL, CSA, CCC, BSMI, AR-S, GOST-R
CE, FCC, VCCI, ICES, BSMI, CCC, MIC, C-Tick, AR-S, GOST-R
RoHS-compliant labeled, per WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronics Equipment) Directive (2002/95/EC)
Height
44 mm (1.7”)
Width
425.5 mm (16.8”)
Depth
633.7 mm (25”)
Weight
13.3 kg (27.2 lbs.)
Warranty
Management
One year, next business day
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
access; and remote media (DVD, CD, floppy)
Single non redundant power supply; max. power
supply rating 600 W at >80% efficiency
Power
AC power: 100–240 V AC (47–63 Hz)
Regulations
Certifications
Two GbE ports integrated on motherboard
Optional Sun Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM)
service processor module
Other
Acoustic noise: 7.5 B operating, 7 B idling / 70 dBA
operating, 60 dBA idle (declared noise emissions
in accordance with ISO 9296 A-weighted, sound
power)
VMware ESX 3.5
Acoustic noise: 70 dBA operating, 69 dBA idle (declared noise emissions in accordance with ISO 9296
A-weighted, sound power)
Certifications EMC
Non operating altitude: 10,000m (35,000 ft.)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10
Windows Server 2003 Standard/Enterprise Editions
Operating altitude: Up to 3,000m (9,000 ft.), max. ambient temperature is derated by 1° C per 300m above 900m
Power
Dimensions
and weight
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4
Operating temperature: 5° to 35° C (41° to 95° F) at sea level
Non operating altitude: up to 12,000m (=~36,000 ft.)
Operating altitude: Up to 3,000m (9,000 ft.), max.
ambient temperature is derated by 1° C per 300m
above 900m
USB: Five USB 2.0 ports (two front, two rear, one
internal)
Solaris 10 OS
Up to one EIDE DVD-ROM or DVD+/-RW DL drive
Non operating relative humidity: Up to 93%, non
condensing
Environment
Serial: One RJ-45 port
Solaris OS 10 or GNU/Linux
RAID 1 hardware mirroring to provide fault tolerance
Operating relative humidity: up to 93%, non
condensing, 38° C max. wet bulb
Based on Intel Xeon processor 5500 series and Intel
5500 Chipset
Expansion bus: One PCIe slot (x16 electrical/x16 mechanical), half-length, half-height
Environment
Regulations
12 DDR3 DIMM slots (six DIMM slots per CPU socket);
system supports from 2 GB (1x 2 GB to 96 GB (12x 8
GB) of memory
Expansion bus: One PCIe 2.0 slot (x16 electrical/x16
mechanical, low-profile)
Mass storage
Removable Media
and media
RAID
Non operating temperature: -40° C to 68° C (-40°
to 154° F)
Level 2: 256 KB unified (data and instruction) L2
cache per core
Network: Two 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports
USB: Five USB 2.0 ports (two front, two rear, one internal)
Software
Operating temperature: 5° C to 35° C (41° to 95°
F) at sea level
Level 3: 4 MB or 8 MB shared inclusive L3 cache per
processor
Management: Service processor with embedded Lights Out Manager (LOM) standard
Serial: RJ-45
DS.100
Two Intel Xeon processors 5500 series
Level 1: 32 KB instruction and 32 KB data L1 cache
per core
Network: Four Integrated 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet ports
Standard/integrated interfaces
Digital Signage Server
• Flexible screen template definition and scheduling.
• Mixed Low and High connectivity channel generators management.
• Screen provisioning based on the most advanced IPTV technologies.
• Managed screen content provision bandwidth and scheduling.
• Individual or group screen addressing.
• Third parties information integration and caching.
• Real Time screen monitoring.
• Multiformat content.
• Connection to the screens via any IP technology (Ethernet, Wifi, 3G, Satellite,
DSL, analog modem, etc.)
• Integration of LiveTV, Playout or VoD contents in the templates.
Pulsar Digital Signage server can drive as many low and high connectivity channel generators as desired,
independently from the IP technology used to connect the server to the channel generators. It can also upload any
given template to one or a group of Channel Generators to provide an easy and fast management of large amounts
of screens. The server will also manage the synchronization of the channel generators even if they are distributed
across different time zones.
Architecture
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and weight
Safety
IEC 60950, UL/CSA 60950, EN 60950, CB Scheme
with all country differences
RFI/EMI
FCC CFR 47 Part 15 Class A, EN 300 386 v1.3.3, EN
55022 Class A, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3
Immunity
EN 55024, EN 300 386 v1.3.3
Safety
CE, CB Scheme, UL, CSA, CCC, BSMI, AR-S,
GOST-R
EMC
CE, FCC, VCCI, ICES, BSMI, CCC, MIC, C-Tick,
AR-S, GOST-R
Other
RoHS-compliant labeled, per WEEE (Waste
Electrical and Electronics Equipment) Directive
(2002/95/EC)
Height
43mm (1.7 in.)
Width
436mm (17.2 in.)
Depth
Weight
650mm (25.6 in.)
MIN
9.8 kg (21.7 lbs.)
MAX
13.9 kg (30.6 lbs.)
Rackmounting slide rail kit
Secure remote access using Web interface over SSL,
or CLI over SSH
Mounting option
Sun™ xVM Ops Center software support
Warranty
Toolless rackmounting slide rail kit
Cable management arm
One year, next business day
IPMI 2.0, SNMP v1, v2c, and v3
In-band, out-of-band, and side-band remote
management
Mass storage Internal
and media
disk option
Up to four hot-pluggable 3.5 in. SATA disk drives, 4
TB max.: 1 TB, 500 GB (7,200 rpm)
Up to four hot-pluggable solid-state drives (SSDs),
128 GB max.: 32 GB3
Up to two Sun Flash Modules, 48 GB max.: 24 GB3
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
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channel generators
The Channel Generators are the devices responsible of composing the final video stream by filling the
template defined at the Pulsar Signage Server with the media contents in a single video stream.
Depending on the reliability of the network the streams can be generated at the head-end level with
high connectivity channel generators.
The low connectivity solution is best suited to deployments where the permanent connection with the
screens can not be 100% assured. In this situations, the STB connected to the screen must have local
storage space to ensure 24x7 signage generation even during a network outing.
hIgh connecTIVITy
The channel generator can be deployed at the head-end level, and its
output can be transferred through a trusted network.
GH.100
High Connectivity Channel Generator
Each high connectivity channel generator creates one multicast stream
that can be tuned by several STB, so it can feed an unlimited number
of screens with the same content. The connection between the STB and
the screen can be Composite, S-Video, components, VGA, DVI or HDMI
connection.
GH.100
Available Processors
Chipset
Dual-Core
Intel Core™ 2 Duo
processors with Intel 64
architecture
3, 4, or 6 MB L2 cache
Expansion Slots (see system board section for more 1 PCI Express x8 slot (x4 functionality)
details)
1 PCI Express x1 slot (half length)
2 PCI Express x16 Gen2 slots (one dedicated for graphics)
2 internal 3.5” bays
1 external 3.5” bay, 3 external 5.25” bays*
2 USB 2.0, 1 IEEE 1394 (requires optional PCI card to function), 1 audio out, and 1 microphone.
Internal I/O
1 USB 2.0 Type A Receptacle, 2 USB 2.0 headers
Rear I/O
7 USB 2.0, 1 serial, 1 optional serial port, parallel port, 2 PS/2, RJ-45 (NIC), 1 External SATA, 1 audio line in, 1 audio
line out, 1 microphone in; audio ports can be retasked to function as line in, line out, microphone, or headphone.
Interfaces Supported
1 SATA 3 Gb/s interface (5 internal, 1 external SATA connectors)
On-board RAID Support SATA
Weight
Converted desktop
Exact weights depend
upon configuration
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo T8100 (2.1GHz/800Mhz FSB/3MB cache)
Memory
Up to 4GB7 667MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM
Storage
Up to 320GB 3 Serial ATA Hard Drive (5400 RPM)
External Connections
Orientation: 6.6 x 17.9 x 17.7 inches
Wireless
Orientation: 17.7 x 17.9 x 6.6 inches
-40° to 140°F (-40° to 60°C)
8% to 85%
Non-operating
8% to 90%
Maximum Altitude
(non-pressurized)
Operating:
10,000 feet; 3,000 m
Non-operating
30,000 feet; 9,100 m
Power Supply
475 watts wide-ranging, active Power Factor Correction, 80 PLUS Efficient
NIC
Integrated Gbit LAN by Broadcom
Intel High Definition Audio 2.0
Integrated
10/100/1000 (Gigabit) Ethernet LAN on system board
Wi-Fi Options
Built-in Draft-N Wireless Networking (Optional)
HDMI video connector
Standard: 33.3 lbs (15.1 kg)
Operating:
Intel® Integrated Graphics Media Accelerator X3100
IEEE1394a port (4-pin)
Minimum: 29.9 lbs (13.6 kg)
Non-operating
Additional drives can connect to IEEE1394 and/or USB 2.0 ports
Five USB 2.0 compliant ports
45.0 x 45.6 x 16.8 cm
40° to 95°F (5° to 35°C)
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
GL.100
Processor
16.8 x 45.6 x 45.0 cm
Operating:
Humidity
Low Connectivity Channel Generator
The low connectivity channel generator can be directly connected to a screen via
Composite, S-Video, components, VGA, DVI or HDMI connection. The audio can be
analog stereo or digital optical output.
Audio
Maximum: 43.3 lbs (19.6 kg)
Temperature
GL.100
* Third external 5.25” bay is not full depth in side orientation.
Front I/O
Chassis Dimensions
(W x D x H)
With the low connectivity Channel Generator, the connection between the server and the screens can be wired
or wireless, through Ethernet, Wi-Fi, a 3G mobile network or any other IP based technology. It’s even possible
to connect the server in one location and the screens in any other location in the world through internet. A
VPN will ensure that the data is secure while it’s being transferred through internet to the destination Channel
Generators.
Virtualization Technology
3 PCI slots (full-height, full-length)
Standard mini tower
loW connecTIVITy
1066/1333 MHz Front Side Bus
Intel X38 Express chipset
Expansion Bays (see storage section for more
details)
High Connectivity Digital Signage Architecture
Externally Accessible
Ports
DVI video connector
Integrated network connector 10/100/1000 LAN (RJ45)
AC adapter connector
Digital Audio: S/P DIF Out
Analog Audio: Headphone (front); Line-in / Line-out (back)
Dimensions & Weight
Security
Tall
8.8"
3.9"
2.8"
Wide
3.0"
7.9"
7.7"
Deep
8.3"
8.3"
8.3"
Cable lock chassis security slot
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
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WhaT´s facIal recognITIon?
The Blusens Facial Recognition system allows the manager of a public crowded place to gather information
about the people visiting such venue in real time. Shopping malls, Hospitals, Bank branches, Airports, etc. are
places suitable for this kind of systems.
The system consists in a series of small cameras strategically deployed on specific places, such as
adverstisement or ailes, where the crowd is expected to walk or to stop and pay attention to the advertisement
shown. The system is capable of detecting the face of each person in range and identify the gender and the age,
so the administrator can gather statistics about the kind of people at the venue at any given moment.
The Facial Recognition system can even calculate the number of seconds each person spends in front of the
camera and determine for how long the person was looking to the camera directly during this period. By using
this mechanism the property owner can discover what is the age and gender distribution on a specific moment
of the day as well as if the latest changes in decoration or advertising are increasing the attention spans of the
visitors.
All the information gathered via different cameras is integrated into one single server to create statistics
defined specifically to fit the necessities of every authorized user of the platform. The access to this statistics
and reports can be done from any device (tablets, phones, computers, etc.)
THE 4 FACTORS
1. Gender analisis: difference between men&women
2. Attendance and Attention. Attitude in front of the camera: Identifies who is looking at the screen or just
standing in front of it
3. Age group: And gives you the possibility to personalize real-time advertisement depending on the age and
gender
4. Traffic Monitoring: Relates people and time as we can know how many people stops in every point per hour.
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Facial Recognition
Camera
Frame Rate Web Cam 30 fps
Intel Core 2 Duo
Contents
MiniPC
2.66 GHz
2 GB RAM
Software License
Application License
Statistical count
Functionality
Gender segregation
Graphics Package
Availability
45 days from PO
Hardware Specifications may change without prior notice.
Flexible configuration of the widgets
Customizable layout per user
Facial Recognition System Architecture
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glossary of measuremenTs
ADJACENT
CHANNEL
REJECTION
(dB): The difference between the
minimum gain in the channel and the
maximum gain (minimum attenuation)
in the adjacent channel. The adjacent
channel in UHF is C±2 and in VHF is
C±1).
AGC RANGE (dB): The difference
between the maximum and minimum
signal that is necessary for a system
with AGC to keep a constant output.
BAND REJECTION (dB): The difference
between the minimum gain in the
amplified band and the maximum
attenuation in the rejected band.
neTWork TechnologIes
FM Amplifier: UNE 523/79 standard
Intermodulation distance= 54 dB
IF Amplifier: DIN VDE 0855/12 standard
Intermodulation distance= 35 dB
PAL broadband amplifiers: DIN45004B
standard Intermodulation distance= 60
dB
Single channel amplifiers: EN50083-5
standard Intermodulation distance= 54
dB
FLATNESS (dB):
The
difference
between the maximum and minimum
gain in a certain band or channel.
NOISE FIGURE: The ratio of the actual
noise power generated at the output
of an amplifier to that which would
be generated in an ideal resistor. The
lower the noise figure, the better
the performance. The noise figure is
expressed in (dB): NF=10 log F.
FREQUENCY RESPONSE: The variation
in amplitude within a certain band or
channel.
REJECTION
BETWEEN
INPUTS/
OUTPUTS (dB): The band attenuation
between inputs/outputs.
GAIN (dB): This is the difference
between the output power of an
amplifier with the characteristic
impedance (75 Ω) and the input power. MAXIMUM OUTPUT LEVEL (dBμV)
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SPURIOUS (dBc): The difference in
levels between the channel carrier
created by a modulator or conversor
and the lower side band or local
oscillator. This only applies when there
is a broadband channel.
THROUGH
LOSSES
(dB):
The
attenuation that is undergone by signal
in a specific band between the input
and output of a device.
BER (Bit Error Ratio): Measurement
of signal quality after demodulation.
It simply indicates what proportion of
the received binary digits (bits) are
incorrect – 0 received as 1 or viceversa. BER is ultimately the best
measure of digital signal quality since
it tells us directly whether a picture
can be displayed. In practice, when
investigating reception problems, a
CSI display is often more useful and
MER measurements may be more
appropriate, with a direct indication in
dB of the ability of a receiver to decode
the signal. A satisfactory result in a
Digital installation such as DTT or
Satellite would be <2 x 10-4
MER (Modulation Error Ratio): is a
very similar parameter to C/N and is
also a ratio measured in dB. It includes
all other signal impairments, not just
noise. It can therefore be used to give
a more direct indication of decoding
margin when, as is often the case,
there is co-channel interference as
well as noise in the channel.
DAB Amplifier: Intermodulation distance=
50 dB (2 channels 4 MHz)
mPeg-2 ProfIles and leVels
MPEG-2 LEVELS
Abbr.
Name
Frame rates (Hz)
Max horizontal
resolution
LL
Low Level
23.976, 24, 25, 29.97, 30
352
Max vertical
resolution
Max luminance samples per second
(approximately height x width x framerate)
Max bit rate in Main
profile (Mbit/s)
288
3,041,280
4
15
ML
Main Level
23.976, 24, 25, 29.97, 30
720
576
10,368,000, except in High profile, where
constraint is 14,475,600 for 4:2:0 and
11,059,200 for 4:2:2
H-14
High 1440
23.976, 24, 25, 29.97, 30,
50, 59.94, 60
1440
1152
47,001,600, except that in High profile with
4:2:0, constraint is 62,668,800
60
HL
High Level
23.976, 24, 25, 29.97, 30,
50, 59.94, 60
1920
1152
62,668,800, except that in High profile with
4:2:0, constraint is 83,558,400
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IEEE 802.X STANDARDS
Name
Description
Note
IEEE 802.1
Bridging (networking) and Network Management
--------------
IEEE 802.2
Logical link control
Inactive
IEEE 802.3
Ethernet
--------------
IEEE 802.4
Token bus
Disbanded
IEEE 802.5
Defines the MAC layer for a Token Ring
Inactive
IEEE 802.6
Metropolitan Area Networks
Disbanded
IEEE 802.7
Broadband LAN using Coaxial Cable
Disbanded
IEEE 802.8
Fiber Optic TAG
Disbanded
IEEE 802.9
Integrated Services LAN
Disbanded
IEEE 802.10
Interoperable LAN Security
Disbanded
IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
Wireless LAN & Mesh (Wi-Fi certification)
--------------
IEEE 802.12
Demand Priority
Disbanded
IEEE 802.13
--------------
Not used (officially)
IEEE 802.14
Cable Modems
Disbanded
IEEE 802.15
Wireless PAN
--------------
IEEE 802.15.1
Bluetooth Certification
--------------
IEEE 802.15.4
ZigBee Certification
--------------
IEEE 802.16
Broadband Wireless Access (WiMAX certification)
--------------
IEEE 802.16e
(Mobile) Broadband Wireless Access
--------------
IEEE 802.16.1
Local Multipoint Distribution Service
--------------
IEEE 802.17
Resilient packet ring
--------------
IEEE 802.18
Radio Regulatory TAG
--------------
IEEE 802.19
Coexistence TAG
--------------
IEEE 802.20
Mobile Broadband Wireless Access
--------------
IEEE 802.21
Media Independent Handoff
--------------
IEEE 802.22
Wireless Regional Area Network
--------------
IEEE 802.23
Broadband ISDN system
Experimental
The IEEE 802 family of standards is
maintained by the IEEE 802 LAN/
MAN Standards Committee (LMSC).
The most widely used standards are
for the Ethernet family, Token Ring,
Wireless LAN, Bridging and Virtual
Bridged LANs.
Information extracted from www.wikipedia.org
ETHERNET TECHNOLOGIES
Technology
Transmission
Speed
Cable Type
Maximum Distance
Topology
10Base2
10 Mbps
Coaxial
185 m
Bus (T Connector)
Star (Hub or Switch)
10BaseT
10 Mbps
Twisted Pair
100 m
10BaseF
10 Mbps
Optic Fiber
2000 m
Star (Hub or Switch)
100BaseT4
100Mbps
Twisted Pair (category 3UTP)
100 m
Star. Half Duplex (hub) & Full Duplex (switch)
Star. Half Duplex (hub) & Full Duplex (switch)
100BaseTX
100Mbps
Twisted Pair (category 5UTP)
100 m
100BaseFX
100Mbps
Optic Fiber
2000 m
No hubs
1000BaseT
1000Mbps
4 Twisted Pair (category 5e or 6UTP )
100 m
Star. Full Duplex (switch)
1000BaseSX
1000Mbps
Optic Fiber (multimode)
550 m
Star. Full Duplex (switch)
1000BaseLX
1000Mbps
Optic Fiber (monomode)
5000 m
Star. Full Duplex (switch)
MPEG-2 PROFILES
Abbr.
Name
Picture Coding Types
Chroma Format
Aspect Ratios
SP
Simple profile
I, P
4:2:0
Square pixels, 4:3, or 16:9
Scalable modes
None
MP
Main profile
I, P, B
4:2:0
Square pixels, 4:3, or 16:9
None
SNR
SNR Scalable profile
I, P, B
4:2:0
Square pixels, 4:3, or 16:9
SNR (signal-to-noise ratio) scalable
Spatial
Spatially Scalable profile
I, P, B
4:2:0
Square pixels, 4:3, or 16:9
SNR- or spatial-scalable
HP
High profile
I, P, B
4:2:2 or 4:2:0
Square pixels, 4:3, or 16:9
SNR- or spatial-scalable
Information
Information
Informationextracted
extracted
extractedfrom
from
fromwww.wikipedia.org
www.wikipedia.org
www.wikipedia.org
Common Video Resolutions
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H.264 LEVELS
h.264 ProfIles and leVels
Max macroblocks
Level
H.264 PROFILES
The standard includes the following
sets of capabilities, which are referred
to as profiles, targeting specific
classes of applications:
CONSTRAINED BASELINE PROFILE
(CBP)
Primarily for low-cost applications
this profile is used widely in
videoconference
and
mobile
applications. It corresponds to the
subset of features that are in common
between the Baseline, Main, and High
Profiles described below.
BASELINE PROFILE (BP)
Primarily for low-cost applications
that
requires
additional
error
robustness, while this profile is
used rarely in videoconference and
mobile applications, it does add
additional error resilience tools to
the Constrained Baseline Profile. The
importance of this profile is fading
after the Constrained Baseline Profile
has been defined.
MAIN PROFILE (MP)
Originally intended as the mainstream
consumer profile for broadcast and
storage applications, the importance of
this profile faded when the High profile
was developed for those applications.
EXTENDED PROFILE (XP)
Intended as the streaming video
profile, this profile has relatively high
compression capability and some extra
tricks for robustness to data losses
and server stream switching.
HIGH PROFILE (HIP)
The primary profile for broadcast and
disc storage applications, particularly
for
high-definition
television
applications (this is the profile adopted
into HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc, for
example).
HIGH 10 PROFILE (HI10P)
Going beyond today’s mainstream
consumer product capabilities, this
profile builds on top of the High Profile,
adding support for up to 10 bits per
sample of decoded picture precision.
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HIGH 4:2:2 PROFILE (HI422P)
Primarily targeting professional applications that use interlaced video, this
profile builds on top of the High 10 Profile, adding support for the 4:2:2 chroma
subsampling format while using up to 10 bits per sample of decoded picture
precision.
HIGH 4:4:4 PREDICTIVE PROFILE (HI444PP)
This profile builds on top of the High 4:2:2 Profile, supporting up to 4:4:4 chroma
sampling, up to 14 bits per sample, and additionally supporting efficient lossless
region coding and the coding of each picture as three separate color planes.
HIGH STEREO PROFILE
This profile targets two-view stereoscopic 3D video and combines tools from the
High profile with inter-view prediction capabilities of Multiview Video Coding
extension.
In addition, the standard contains four additional all-Intra profiles, which are
defined as simple subsets of other corresponding profiles. These are mostly for
professional (e.g., camera and editing system) applications:
HIGH 10 INTRA PROFILE
The High 10 Profile constrained to all-Intra use.
HIGH 4:2:2 INTRA PROFILE
The High 4:2:2 Profile constrained to all-Intra use.
HIGH 4:4:4 INTRA PROFILE
per second per frame
Max video bit rate (VCL) (kbit/s)
BP, XP, MP
HiP
Hi10P
Hi422P,
Hi444PP
1
1485
99
64
80
192
256
1b
1485
99
128
160
384
512
1.1
3000
396
192
240
576
768
Examples for high
resolution @ frame rate
(max stored frames)
128×96@30.9
176×144@15.0
128×96@30.9
176×144@15.0
176×144@30.3
320×240@10.0
352×288@7.5
1.2
6000
396
384
480
1152
1536
1.3
11880
396
768
960
2304
3072
2
2.1
11880
19800
396
792
2000
4000
2500
5000
6000
12000
8000
16000
320×240@20.0
352×288@15.2
320×240@36.0
352×288@30.0
320×240@36.0
352×288@30.0
352×480@30.0
352×576@25.0
352×480@30.7
2.2
20250
1620
4000
5000
12000
16000
352×576@25.6
720×480@15.0
720×576@12.5
352×480@61.4
3
40500
1620
10000
12500
30000
40000
352×576@51.1
720×480@30.0
720×576@25.0
H.264 PROFILES
720×480@80.0
Feature
CBP
BP
XP
MP
HiP
Hi10P
I and P slices
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Hi422P Hi444PP
Yes
Yes
B slices
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
SI and SP slices
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Flexible macroblock ordering (FMO)
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Arbitrary slice ordering (ASO)
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Redundant slices (RS)
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Data partitioning
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Interlaced coding (PicAFF, MBAFF)
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Multiple reference frames
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
In-loop deblocking filter
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
CAVLC entropy coding
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
CABAC entropy coding
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
8×8 vs. 4×4 transform adaptability
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Quantization scaling matrices
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Separate Cb and Cr QP control
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Monochrome (4:0:0)
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Chroma formats (4:2:x)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0, 2
0, 2, 4
Largest sample depth
8
8
8
8
8
10
10
14
Separate color plane coding
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Predictive lossless coding
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
The High 4:4:4 Profile constrained to
all-Intra use.
CAVLC 4:4:4 INTRA PROFILE
The High 4:4:4 Profile constrained to
all-Intra use and to CAVLC entropy
coding (i.e., not supporting CABAC).
3.1
108000
3600
14000
17500
42000
56000
720×576@66.7
1280×720@30.0
3.2
216000
5120
20000
25000
60000
80000
4
245760
8192
20000
25000
60000
80000
1280×720@60.0
1280×1024@42.2
1280×720@68.3
1920×1080@30.1
2048×1024@30.0
1280×720@68.3
4.1
245760
8192
50000
62500
150000
200000
1920×1080@30.1
2048×1024@30.0
4.2
522240
8704
50000
62500
150000
200000
1920×1080@64.0
2048×1080@60.0
As a result of the Scalable Video Coding
extension, the standard contains three
additional scalable profiles, which are
defined as a combination of the H.264/
AVC profile for the base layer (2nd word
in scalable profile name) and tools that
achieve the scalable extension:
SCALABLE BASELINE PROFILE
Primarily targeting video conference,
mobile, and surveillance applications,
this profile builds on top of a
constrained version of the H.264/AVC
Baseline profile to which the base
layer (a subset of the bitstream) must
conform. For the scalability tools, a
subset of the available tools is enabled.
SCALABLE HIGH PROFILE
Primarily targeting broadcast and
streaming applications, this profile
builds on top of the H.264/AVC High
Profile to which the base layer must
conform.
SCALABLE HIGH INTRA PROFILE
Primarily
targeting
production
applications, this profile is the Scalable
High Profile constrained to all-Intra
use.
1920×1080@72.3
2048×1024@72.0
5
589824
22080
135000
168750 405000
540000
2048×1080@67.8
2560×1920@30.7
3680×1536@26.7
1920×1080@120.5
5.1
983040
36864
240000
Information extracted from www.wikipedia.org
300000 720000
960000
4096×2048@30.0
4096×2304@26.7
Information extracted from www.wikipedia.org
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Gigabit Ethernet Crossover RJ45 Pinout
WIrIng
Pin
Horizontal cables should be terminated using the T568A pin/pair assignments, “or, optionally, per [T568B] if necessary to
accommodate certain 8-pin cabling systems”. Despite this instruction, many organizations continue to implement T568B
for various reasons, chiefly associated with tradition (T568B is equivalent to AT&T 258A). The United States National
Communication Systems Federal Telecommunications Recommendations do not recognize T568B.
Pin
T568A Pair
T568B Pair
Wire
1
3
2
tip
T568A Color
3
2
3
2
3
4
1
1
5
6
7
1
2
4
1
3
4
4
4
3
BI_DB+
BI_DB+
BI_DB-
BI_DB-
orange solid
green solid
ring
BI_DD+
BI_DD-
BI_DB+
2
BI_DB-
BI_DA+
BI_DB+
1
BI_DB-
1
6
BI_DA-
3
BI_DC-
7
green solid
2
white/orange stripe
BI_
DD+
4
BI_DD-
4
white/brown stripe
brown solid
BI_DB-
2
BI_DD+
4
orange solid
BI_DC+
1
blue solid
white/brown stripe
8
1
3
green solid
blue solid
BI_DD-
white/blue stripe
4
BI_DCbrown solid
Color
white/green stripe
white/blue stripe
green solid
brown solid
3
BI_DB+
blue solid
5
1
BI_DA+
BI_DA-
3
brown solid
3
Pair
white/green stripe
4
4
Signal
orange solid
3
4
Connection 2: T568B Crossed
Color
2
white/brown stripe
BI_DC+
4
Pair
white/orange stripe
2
3
white/brown stripe
8
Connection 1: T568B
Signal
white/green stripe
BI_DA-
4
1
2
orange solid
7
Pin
orange solid
BI_DD-
2
Color
white/orange stripe
BI_DD+
1
blue solid
white/blue stripe
2
white/blue stripe
6
white/blue stripe
BI_DB+
BI_DA+
1
white/green stripe
tip
Pair
BI_DB-
2
orange solid
ring
Signal
blue solid
5
1
white/blue stripe
Information extracted from www.wikipedia.org
tip
white/brown stripe
8
BI_DA-
white/orange stripe
tip
blue solid
3
Color
white/orange stripe
4
white/orange stripe
BI_DA+
T568B Color
ring
green solid
Pair
green solid
3
white/green stripe
Signal
Gigabit Ethernet Crossover RJ45 Pinout
Connection 2: T568A Crossed
white/green stripe
2
Ethernet Cable RJ45 Pinout
2
1
Connection 1: T568A
93
white/brown stripe
caBle recommendaTIons
ring
brown solid
brown solid
Information extracted from www.wikipedia.org
An Ethernet crossover cable is a type of Ethernet cable used to connect computing
devices together directly where they would normally be connected via a network
switch, hub or router, such as directly connecting two personal computers via
their network adapters.
Automatic MDI/MDI-X Configuration is specified as an optional feature in the
1000BASE-T standard, meaning that straight-through cables will often work
between Gigabit capable interfaces. This feature eliminates the need for crossover
cables, making obsolete the uplink/normal ports and manual selector switches
found on many older hubs and switches and greatly reducing installation errors.
Use shielded connections
Avoid heavy weights on the cable
Use appropriate clamps
Avoid heat sources
Respect bending radius
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certIfIcatIon
AC.11
54
VTL-DEM-1.0
33
AC.12
54
VTL-FUL-1.0
33
AC.121
54
VTV-AAP-1.0
32
AM.100
54
VTV-DSC-1.0
32
AM.200
55
VTV-DSM-1.0
32
AM.300
55
VTV-IAP-1.0
32
CN.1300
45
VTV-LTV-1.0
32
CN.11200
46
VTV-MID-1.0
32
DS.100
75
VTV-PVR-1.0
32
GH.100
78
VTV-SAP-1.0
32
GL.100
79
VTV-STB-1.0
32
IM.1500
24
VTV-VOD-1.0
32
IM.12000
25
IP-14.1
36
PDS-BAS-1.0
33
PDS-LCC-1.0
33
PDS-LCL-1.0
33
PDS-LCM-1.0
33
PDS-LCX-1.0
33
PDS-MUL-1.0
33
PLT-BAS-1.0
33
PLT-EXT-1.0
33
PS.100
72
SC/2CI
53
SC/3ASI-MMI
52
SC/4COFDM-MMI
52
SC/4DVBS-MMI
52
SC/4DVBSS2-MMI
52
SC/4QAM-MMI
52
SC/ADMSDIHD
53
SC/ASIOUTMX
53
SC/CAB1PSSW
51
SC/CAB1PSSW-IPOUT
51
SC/CAB1PSSW-IPOUT4CI
51
SC/CAB1PSSW-IPOUT-IPOUT4CI
51
SC/CAB4PS-03
51
SC/CAB4PS-03
51
SC/CAB4PS-04
51
SC/DVBSCS250
53
SC/GBIPIN-MMI
52
SC/GBIPOUT
53
SC/SWM
51
SC/SWM
51
SD/HPDDMRF
53
SN.12
43
SN.148
44
T.14
38
T.14+
37
VR.100
58
95
UNE 166002:2006 for R&D Quality
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