Cable TV operator Armstrong has expanded its video-on-demand (VOD) service in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland with Harmonic’s Narrowcast Services Gateway (NSG) 9000 universal edge QAM, featuring Privacy Mode edge encryption. The deployment of the NSG 9000 also provides Armstrong with the highest level of security, as well as the capacity to increase its HD channel offerings in the future.

“VOD is an important and growing service and it is critical that we are able to support more and more users in a scalable, secure and highly reliable manner,” said Michael Giobbi, CTO at Armstrong, in a statement.

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