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Motorola, SeaChange partner on next-gen interactive system

Posted: 28 Nov 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:global system resource manager? broadband? bandwidth? digital headend? video-on-demand?

Motorola Inc.'s Broadband Communications Sector and SeaChange Int. Inc. have agreed on collaborating to develop a Global System Resource Manager (GSRM) that will enable broadband operators to manage the bandwidth and complexity of their interactive digital headends.

The GSRM is expected to enable equipment manufacturers and service providers to share bandwidth on a 'single pipe' for services such as video-on-demand (VOD), data, voice over IP (VoIP), broadcast TV receiver, and IP streaming. It also will enable the management of various encryption methods as well as network interface devices.

"By unifying the interfaces for all of the applications demanding headend resources, we can make it easier and more efficient for broadband operators to quickly add new, revenue producing services to their networks," said Doug Means, corporate VP and general manager of Motorola's digital media systems group. "Building upon SeaChange's progress in this area, we can bring this new capability to market as a highly reliable, scalable system."

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