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Motorola Showcases Video Eco-System at IBC 2007

At IBC 2007, Motorola will be introducing its Home & Networks Mobility business, showcasing its newest video technology and presenting its vision for the content and delivery market.
In 2007, European consumers recognise that the internet can deliver a video experience, with research from Motorola showing that almost 50% of broadband users watch content online. Viewers are embracing the ability to personalize how they view TV and video, with on-demand becoming common place in homes across EMEA.
As consumers continue to demand more from their service operators, Motorola’s customers are looking for robust and innovative solutions which will keep them ahead of the game in the fiercely competitive DSL and cable markets.
A series of acquisitions in the past 12 months (including Broadbus, Tut, and Modulus) has strengthened Motorola’s position as a leader in the video market, offering an end-to-end solution for the service provider/aggregator wanting to deliver a range of video content and services into the home and delivering a range of experiences via home set-top boxes, modem and mobile. Technologies work together to make it easy for users to create, access and share all of their entertainment, wherever they are, from whatever device they are using, whenever they want it.
Senior technology spokespeople will demonstrate a range of solutions on the Motorola exhibits in Hall 1 on Stands 144 and 431.
Demonstrations include:
  • The IPTV ecosystem Motorola’s leadership and experience across the video ecosystem: Introducing Modulus, Tut and Broadbus as part of the Motorola offering and leading IPTV, On-Demand Services and encoding business
  • The Ultimate Video Experience Motorola’s breadth of modems and set-top boxes (across the Microsoft and hybrid platforms) provide applications such as Follow-me TV (where content can be moved across multiple set-tops in the home) and On-Demand services such as Start Over TV (allowing you to start again a programme you may have just have missed).
  • Video Anywhere You Want It Two platform choices: Microsoft and Open Systems (KreatTV), including hybrid boxes to bring DVB-T/IP and DVB-C/IP and a range of partner solutions such as Espial UI, deliver choices and options for every type of operator/service provider. Video made easy – Cable or DSL and ultra broadband options, such as high-speed channel bonding, DOCSIS 3.0 and more. Seamless TV viewing experiences that integrate DVB-H, IPTV, VOD and DVR.
Seamless TV viewing experiences that integrate DVB-H, IPTV, VOD and DVR.

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