LG U+ has deployed Envivio‘s encoding solutions to power its new LG u+tv G multiscreen service, the first service offering in South Korea to support Google TV. LG u+tv G subscribers have access to live channels and on-demand TV integrated with apps like Search, YouTube, Google Play and Chrome via an Internet-connected set-top box. The operator uses Envivio encoders to power its TV Everywhere service, providing more than 126 channels of video to TVs, PCs, tablets and smartphones…Infinera and its Japanese partner Nissho Electronics say they successfully demonstrated the Infinera DTN-X platform they say deliver 8 Terabits per second (Tb/s) capacity using production ready super-channels across 800 kilometers of ITU-T G.653 Dispersion Shifted Fiber (DSF). The demo was performed at the NET Frontier Center. Infinera also showed off the FlexCoherent capabilities of the system, showcasing the ability to software-select different modulation formats like QPSK and BPSK to optimize reach and capacity. The demo’s 100GbE service was provisioned in fewer than 100 seconds, “showcasing the simplicity of DTN-X and its ability to activate services much faster than conventional solutions,” the company adds.

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