Motorola will provide its end-to-end VOD solution including the B-1 Video Server, and the new B-3 Video Server. The solution also includes the TSX1000 on demand management application for VOD back office functions and CPS1000 content propagation system to centralize content libraries and reduce storage costs. The expansion project will enable JBTN to deliver high-quality on demand services, such as VOD and Time-Shifted TV services.
It has been working with JBTN on the VOD deployment in Jiangsu province for more than two years. Following the VOD contract in 2008, this expansion opens a new chapter in the cooperation between Motorola and JBTN.
The company said that earlier in July, it was also awarded a contract by JBTN to deploy its VOD solution in Kunming city. With the implementation of these two projects, JBTN can enable a VOD platform that supports the equivalent of 69,000 standard definition video streams.
Drina Yue, vice president of Motorola Home and Networks Mobility Regional Management in Asia Pacific region said: "These latest milestones demonstrate not only our commitment to enable Chinese cable operators to deliver revenue generating applications and solutions but also the advantages of our end-to-end on demand video solution, we are very pleased to continue supporting JBTN to meet the growing needs for personalized media experiences. Because of our proven success in the region, Chinese cable operators have turned to Motorola to enable these services. We are expecting more opportunities in China’s fast growing VOD market. ”
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