Motorola has launched the AGB240 ASI to Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) Bridge, a solution that will enable service providers to migrate legacy ASI video equipment to Internet Protocol (IP) networks in headend environments.?

“With the rising consumer demand for high-bandwidth video content, many service providers are reaping the benefits of an all-IP infrastructure, gaining more flexibility and reliability in their networks. As a result, operators are migrating their legacy ASI video interfaces to GigE IP transport networks to simplify their headend architectures,” said Bob Wilson, VP, networked video solutions group, Motorola, in a statement.

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