3D Sports And Movies Coming Soon Via Satellite, IDC And Sensio Announce

By | September 7, 2007 | Broadcasting, Satellite News Feed

[09/07/07 – Satellite Today] International Datacasting Corp. and Sensio Technologies Inc. have signed a letter of intent to develop a satellite solution to broadcast 3D digital and e-cinema, the companies announced Sept. 6.

Sensio will be providing 3D digital content encoding and decoding expertise, while IDC provides their broadband satellite distribution network. The companies intend to broadcast live 3D sporting and cultural events, as well as movie files to the international digital and e-cinema market.

IDC’s SuperFlex technology, along with their Datacast XD content management and distribution software, is a family of products and systems solutions for the implementation of secure broadband satellite broadcasting networks using Internet Protocol (IP) and the industry’s Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) standard. The company’s DVB-IP systems are in use worldwide for a variety of multimedia point-to-multipoint distribution applications including IPTV, syndicated TV, broadcast radio, news/financial information services and digital cinema. The technology features open standards for content connectivity, a variety of standard encryption and conditional access options, proven network management and a suite of advanced application-specific satellite receivers that are interoperable with terrestrial IP networks including the Internet.

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