Tandberg Television will launch its EN8100 MPEG-2 SD encoder at NAB. It is based on in-house developed technologies and encoding algorithms and is designed to deliver six channels in 1 RU chassis, to cut MPEG-2 SD bandwidth requirements by at least 15 percent, and for full compatibility with all previous generation set-top boxes. It features dual PSU options, inter-chassis card level system redundancy and hot-swap encoder cards, and is designed for power consumption as low as 47 W per channel. The EN8100 is expected to ship in June.

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