DENVER Feb. 8, 2011
- Offers hybrid solutions for the converging baseband/broadband arena
- Provides the highest application density of any broadcast infrastructure solution
- Drives revenue growth while keeping operating costs down
Harris Corporation (NYSE: HRS), an international communications and information technology company, introduces Selenio™, the broadcast industry’s first integrated media convergence platform. Ideal for hybrid environments, Selenio combines traditional baseband video and audio processing, video and audio compression and IP networking technology into a single platform.
Selenio is flexible and modular – making it suitable for any fixed or mobile production environment, broadcast facility or digital terrestrial redistribution head end (DVB-T/T2, ATSC, M/H, ISDB-T), as well as cable, satellite and IPTV head ends. Based on proven Harris compression, networking and processing technology, Selenio provides a space-saving, energy-efficient solution that enables service providers to support content from multiple sources and deliver it over multiple platforms.
Operational benefits of the Selenio media convergence platform include intelligent, efficient management of both IP, compressed and baseband signals, reduced control complexity, simple deployment and increased functionality in a smaller footprint. The unique, high-density, modular architecture lowers total cost of ownership by reducing installation, maintenance and upgrade costs.
Selenio enables full-featured, multichannel video and audio processing, distribution and compression applications at a size and density scale unprecedented in the marketplace. Hybrid applications such as decoding an incoming compressed, contribution-quality stream, converting it to the required HD format and re-encoding it for consumer redistribution are easily managed.
The Selenio architecture is designed to maximize operational efficiency. MPEG-2 and H.264 compression standards are supported from SD and HD to 3 Gb/s and mobile. Virtually any advanced audio capability — including best-in-class loudness control — can be mixed and matched on a single module. A built-in, highly intuitive, graphically rich Web-based interface using Microsoft® Silverlight® technology enables operators to easily configure, monitor and manage the platform’s advanced capabilities.
To ensure a cost-effective, seamless evolution path, inputs, outputs and functionality can be rapidly increased to meet any new requirement by simply adding video and audio expansion modules to the Selenio frame. The result is a high-performance, easy-to-operate, streamlined solution that simplifies broadcast infrastructure and provides cost savings throughout the product lifecycle.
Harris will exhibit the Selenio media convergence platform for the first time at the CABSAT exhibition this week (Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Booth S3-A21), with its U.S. debut to follow at the 2011 NAB Show in April.
- Industry’s first media convergence platform combines baseband processing and networking compression modules within a single, space-saving platform
- Full-featured, multichannel video and audio processing, distribution and compression applications enabled at a size and density scale unprecedented in the marketplace
- Virtually any advanced audio capability — including best-in-class DTS Neural Loudness Control technology — can be mixed and matched on a single module
- First GUI on the market to feature functional block diagrams, enabling any operator to confidently configure, monitor and manage the platform’s vast, advanced functionality
In broadcasting, Harris offers products, systems and services that provide interoperable workflow solutions for broadcast, cable, satellite and out-of-home networks. The Harris ONE™ solution brings together highly integrated and cost-effective products that enable advanced media workflows for emerging content delivery business models.
About Harris Corporation
Melbourne, Florida $5 billion assured communications www.harris.com
SOURCE Harris Corporation