At IBC 2009, Advanced Digital Broadcast will show how it is helping its customers to meet the challenges of delivering an enhanced consumer TV experience with linear and on-demand entertainment services across hybrid networks.

ADB will show a number of demonstrations of how it is enabling television, Internet and personal content to converge and be accessible where consumers enjoy it most: on their flat screen TV.
 
“Trends in multimedia consumption and consumer tastes mean it is now time to start preparing for a new consumer TV experience in every home. This concept requires set-top boxes that interact with the television network, the broadband Internet and all local devices including PCs, games consoles and mobile phones, enabling people to access all the content they want on the TV and home theatre system,” said ADB CEO François Pogodalla, in a statement.

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