The Mobile Devices and Home business of Motorola has announced the launch of the Motorola APEX1500 Edge QAM; a flexible, high-density, universal edge QAM solution designed to enable more cost-effective deployment of service providers’ narrowcast content to subscribers.

With the new Motorola APEX1500 Edge QAM, Motorola delivers a standards-based solution with comprehensive support for SDV and VOD, including Modular Headend Architecture (MHA), VOD encryption and RF port-level redundancy, all in a two-rack unit platform.

The Motorola APEX1500 also supports full session VOD encryption, allowing every VOD session to be uniquely encrypted for each set-top to meet the increasing security requirements of content providers. Additionally, when used with the Motorola SDV solution, the Motorola APEX1500 supports edge encryption of SDV streams for Mediacipher markets, thus eliminating the need for a separate centralized network encryption device.

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