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Tut Systems deploys digital TV headend at FTC

Friday 3 June 2005 | 15:42 CET | News
Lake Oswego, OR-based Tut Systems, industry pioneer in enabling the delivery of next-generation data and video services over broadband networks, is deploying what it believes is the first MPEG-4 AVC digital TV headend in North America at Farmers Telephone Cooperative (FTC) in Kingstree, SC. FTC selected the Tut Systems Astria Digital TV platform to serve as the core video processing system for its all-MPEG-4 AVC digital headend. Tut Systems is also providing comprehensive systems integration services to FTC, including design, assembly and pre-launch testing of its digital headend. FTC plans

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