VBOX ATSC 3.0 TESTBED – VERSION 2.5 NOW AVAILABLE

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Our latest release for developers and system integrators NextGenTV

HERZLIYA, ISRAEL

–Direct News–

SUPPORTS STREAMING APPLICATIONS, DATA STREAMING CAPABILITIES AND ADDITIONAL “BEYOND TV” FUNCTIONALITY FOR COMPANION DEVICES

VBox Communications, a pioneering specialist in television streaming, recording and digital data broadcasting, today announced the availability of Variant 2.5 of his ATSC 3.0 testbed platform – offering an array of new and enhanced features for the NextGenTV product development community.

VBox will be featured at the NAB Show Las Vegas April 24-27and in Future of Delivery, West Hall, Booth W9513

the VBox ATSC 3.0 Benchmark – Version 2.5 The platform enables unified analysis of linear broadcast and data signal delivery “beyond TV”, and introduces new features such as:

  • Full capabilities to receive and retransmit ATSC 3.0 content on connected network devices, including Electronic Service Guide (ESG) information (Service Categories 1 and 4)
  • Fully supported ATSC 3.0 broadcast app accessibility and interactive functionality present on local and multiple screens: “Android app available”
  • Seamless activation of Advanced Emergency Information (AEI) applications
  • Inclusive support for data streaming, remote/remote learning, and other interactive applications (Service Category 3)
  • Harmonized delivery of core and companion device (CD) applications in accordance with ATSC 3.0 A/338 (beta)
  • Complete SDK and testing documentation
  • Built-in web management interface of monitoring and analysis tools

the VBox ATSC 3.0 BenchmarkVariant 2.5 aims to help broadcast engineers, digital application developers, broadcast data system integrators, and NextGenTV technology vendors with a comprehensive yet cost-effective toolkit to assess the viability of field testing ATSC 3.0 products and assess the success of the market launch.

“As ATSC 3.0 market penetration approaches 50% of the U.S. population, there is a growing need to assess broadcast signal reception and test the ‘beyond TV’ data applications that the technology promises. NextGenTV standard,” said Jonathan Rind, chief marketing officer of VBox. “VBox Communications is committed to continuing to develop the most comprehensive tools for evaluating ATSC 3.0/NextGenTV functionality through its Test bench series, with a constant goal of being the “future-proof” platform for the ever-changing needs of the industry.”

Come meet VBox Communications at the NAB Show, Las Vegas, April 24-27and in the Future of Delivery area, West Hall, Booth W9513

To make an appointment with us during the NAB show, please click on: https://vboxcomm.com/event/nab-april-2022/ and fill out the form.

About VBox Communications: VBox Communications (https://vboxcomm.com/) is an expert in digital television, offering products that broadcast live television broadcasts (e.g. DVB-T/T2, DVB-C , DVB-S2, ISDB-T /ATSC) to IP, combined with OTT video streaming services, for home and business use. VBox’s innovative, end-to-end firmware, software and hardware solutions enable telecom operators, STB/streamer OEMs and integrators to harness the benefits of converged live streaming and IPTV, while contributing increase revenue, streamline communications and reduce costs. The company is also an official member of the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) committed to future ATSC 3.0 developments as well as an active contributor and participant in the evolution of the 5G broadcast standard, with products planned in the pipeline.

For more details on the ATSC 3.0 benchmark, please contact us at: [email protected] More information about the VBox ATSC 3.0 TV Gateway can be found at: https://vboxcomm.com/landing/landing-atsc3/

Contact Details

VBox Communications Ltd.

Jonathan Rind

+972 9-950-2821

[email protected]

Company Website

https://vboxcomm.com/

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