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Cabletime streamlines channel approach to support valued resellers

Cabletime, developer of the powerful MediaStar Evolution range of IPTV and digital media distribution solutions is refining its UK channel structure to allow greater focus on its top accredited reseller partners by delivering a direct support package that will enable them to bring more value to their customers.

The company has already identified its tier one partners and will now embark on an engagement programme to provide additional benefits including free training, extended technical support, involvement in a broader lead generation campaign as well as improved margins.

“We want to shorten the communication chain so that we can better support our most active resellers and systems integrators,” said Mike Cuckow, Cabletime Sales Director EMEA Asia Pacific. “They push the boundaries with innovative design and system implementations for our mutual customers, that’s their value added. As a manufacturer we want to be at their shoulders to bring them all the support they need in an evolving, complex technology. That’s our value added. Recent feedback has suggested that some partners feel they are kept one step away from us because they have to buy from a distributor, we are keen to address and resolve this situation.”

The change coincides with Cabletime’s recent enhancements to MediaStar Evolution, in particular updates to the popular Media Manager software. It is considered essential that the new features are marketed through Cabletime’s accredited partners.

“Our tier one partners are best placed to explain and evangelise the significant changes that we have made to our solutions, and ensure that customers are fully supported with detailed product information and technical help should they need it.” Mike Cuckow said. “We are committed to delivering the best solutions across pro AV, IT and broadcast customers and a direct relationship with our partners will enable us to do that most efficiently.”

The MediaStar range provides TV/AV and multimedia distribution products primarily for medium to large enterprises, which require future-proof, stable and proven solutions for live TV, corporate communications, multicasts, music TV, training and digital signage.

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Cabletime Celebrates 30th Birthday & Brings New Product Features to ISE 2014

London, 18 December 2013. At Integrated Systems Europe (4-6 February 2014, RAI, Amsterdam), Cabletime, developer of the powerful MediaStar Evolution range of IPTV and digital media distribution solutions will be celebrating 30 years in the industry as it unveils new features and benefits to its popular Evolution Media Manager software and an important enhancement to the Evolution LAN-Caster range.

Happy Birthday Cabletime!
Cabletime was founded in 1984 and has undergone many changes over the last 30 years. The company will be celebrating its 30th birthday at ISE and the booth (1-P80) will reflect some of the product, corporate and industry developments that have marked significant milestones in its history. A special montage will also recognise many of the industry figures who have been involved in the company’s progress through the years, so partners and customers from across Europe may well find themselves featured!

Extended Media Manager Capability V5.1
Media Manager provides a powerful and fully integrated content management system from a single interface and is at the core of Cabletime’s MediaStar Evolution system, allowing the system administrator to schedule and control access to all media sources, monitor every part of an IPTV distribution network and provide central control for all screen and workstation users regardless of their physical location within the data LAN. This new release has been expanded to cover full management of the new HLS streaming server facilities for PC’s, tablets and smartphones, Media Portal management and creation, management of the Evolution VOD system and numerous small improvements such as centralised ticker/crawl distribution and alert management.

Cabletime will be showing the Evolution Media Manager on its booth 1-P80.

New HLS Streaming Server
All MediaStar encoders now support HLS streaming and when integrated with the new MediaStar HLS server product can deliver content to users of both android and Apple OS devices using HLS (HTTP live streaming protocol). Evolution Media Manager makes the implementation quick and easy so that users of tablets and smartphones can now enjoy access to all content on the IP network using the Evolution Media Portal.

Evolution Media Portal
A new Media Portal created and managed in Media Manager gives users simple click-through access to view content on their PCs, tablets and smartphones. Portal pages are created in Media Manager and the system administrator can quickly and easily determine what media content to make available and to whom. Many pages can exist for different constituencies. Viewers on PCs, tablets and smartphones can access the portal pages and by selecting content icons gain access to their desired media.

“This is a simple to use but increasingly vital feature, which fully supports the growing number of remote device users, who want access to the same content as members of staff on the corporate headquarters wired LAN,” said Mike Cuckow. “Last year we updated Media Manager so that users could remotely control the system using an iPhone or iPad, so integrating HLS via the new MediaStar Media Portal was the next logical step.”

Video On Demand
iVOD is now available for integration into any MediaStar Evolution system. With comprehensive ‘trick-play’ functionality (play, pause, rewind, etc), users are able to select stored media content from a server and watch it directly on any of their Evolution system screens or devices. Media ingress and server housekeeping are easily handled by Evolution Media Manager with the system processing a wide variety of file formats, storing and tagging them so that they are instantly accessible to users either through the media portal or screens equipped with MediaStar 780 media players.

“This enhancement is about access to the widest range of in-house content,” continued Mike Cuckow. “Users have been able to play stored media previously, but the system administrator can now use Media Manager to transfer all relevant media onto the iVOD server so that it is ready to play as and when users need it.”

Screen Crawl & System Wide Alert
The popular system-wide scrolling ticker feature, which was introduced by Cabletime earlier in the year to display news, corporate announcements or internal messages through RSS feeds or custom text, now has an additional function: a new ‘Alert’ feature, which can instantly overlay an announcement in a text box in the centre of the screen on top of the current media where it can be easily noticed. Previously, alerts have been possible, only as part of the ticker itself. The new alert feature is available as part of Media Manager 5.1 and is upgradeable from previous versions.

LAN-Caster DVB-C
Cabletime is expanding its DVB-T2 (Terrestrial) and DVB-S2 (Satellite) LAN-Caster range to allow processing of signals from cable networks (DVB-C). Making its debut at ISE, the unit allows the live streaming of news, sport, entertainment and information from CATV networks directly onto the LAN. Based upon the successful DVB-T2 LAN-Caster unit, it has a PCMCIA CI CAM slot for multiple channel decryptions and is available in a blade format. Existing DVB-T units in the field can be upgraded to support the DVB-C standard.

“DVB-T users who upgrade, will have the option to switch between terrestrial or cable delivery, depending on which delivers the most comprehensive content and signal,” said Mike Cuckow.

Cabletime will be demonstrating all the new features on its products throughout ISE, illustrating the enhancements they bring to users both in terms of content delivery and content management across their network.

The MediaStar range provides TV/AV and multimedia distribution products primarily for medium to large enterprises, which require future-proof, stable and proven solutions for live TV, corporate communications, multicasts, music TV, training and digital signage. www.cabletime.com

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Cabletime Unveils New Digital-Only Media Player

Cabletime, developer of the powerful MediaStar Evolution range of IPTV distribution solutions has announced the launch of the Evolution 780SL Media Player. This ‘refined’ version of the flagship Evolution 780AV player is aimed at users looking for a simpler range of features in an affordable, entry-level solution.

The Evolution 780SL delivers HDMI digital video and audio outputs, and suits users with no requirement for analogue. It still provides the ability to decode streams but now also features 8GB of on-board storage allowing it to play back stored content such as corporate videos and Powerpoint presentations. Like all Evolution products, the 780SL schedules this content through the Evolution Media Manager control software. It is available in standard and power-over-Ethernet versions.

Amongst a variety of other software features, the 780SL has an enhanced scrolling duo ‘ticker’. This enables users to display news, corporate announcements or internal messages overlaid on existing media, in the form of an RSS feed or custom text created via a protected web page. All standard RSS feeds can be shown and up to 10 individual feeds can be scrolled consecutively with a selection of header and/or subject content and in a wide range of colours. One unique feature is the clock, which can be synchronised to the user’s building time server, and, using the feeds, will allow the screen to display up to 10 different time zones simultaneously.

“The new Evolution has been refined, in the sense that it weighs slightly less than the 780AV, it also requires slightly less power, but it is highly affordable and still delivers all the functionality that Cabletime’s customers have come to expect of the Evolution range,” commented Mike Cuckow, Sales Director, EMEA Asia Pacific at Cabletime.

“Our goal was to deliver a media player that would allow content to be stored, scheduled, played-back and streamed using the clever technology that we have perfected over time, but with less components, enabling us to offer it at a highly competitive price. I believe we have achieved that goal.” Cuckow concluded.

The Evolution 780SL was launched on November 1st and is now available for order. Prices available from Cabletime or its network of resellers.

The MediaStar range provides TV/AV and multimedia distribution products primarily for medium to large enterprises, which require future-proof, stable and proven solutions for live TV, corporate communications, multicasts, music TV, training and digital signage.
www.cabletime.com

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Cabletime Launches Media Manager Tool & MediaStar LAN-Caster DVB has public debut at ISE 2013

London, 30 November 2012. At Integrated Systems Europe (29 – 31 January 2013, RAI, Amsterdam), Cabletime, developer of the powerful MediaStar Evolution range of IPTV distribution solutions is to unveil its brand new Evolution Media Manager software, which will provide customers with enhanced functionality for controlling and scheduling the content they wish to distribute across their enterprise network.

The Media Manager is a core feature of Cabletime’s MediaStar Evolution, delivering a fully integrated content management system from a single interface which schedules all media sources and monitors every aspect of the distribution network, from the head-end to multiple screen locations.

The new version has been completely re-designed with a fresh interface (GUI), enriched functionality and improved ease of use. Additional features mean that as well as a central control function, users can also remotely control the system via an iPhone, iPad or smartphone, and estate floor plans will be integral to the application aiding with the location of units, screens and DMD.

The drag and drop function has been enhanced, allowing users to manage media – including PowerPoint presentations converted to HTML or WMV, live MPEG 2 or H.264 streams, SD/HD MPEG files, JPEG images and web pages – onto digital media decoder (DMD) units for easy manipulation and editing of the playlist and selection list.

Mike Cuckow, Sales Director, EMEA Asia Pacific at Cabletime, said: “The ease of use and functionality of the new Evolution Media Manager belies the very clever technology that sits behind it. Users will find it intuitive, easy to control and easy to upgrade and it makes monitoring of the system and scheduling, using the time-based playlist, so much more straightforward.”

Cabletime will be showing the Evolution Media Manager on its booth Booth 4-R36.
LAN-Caster DVB SD/HD
Also making a debut at ISE will be the latest additions to the MediaStar Evolution LAN-Caster range, which now allows the live streaming of news, sport, entertainment and information in both SD and HD from digital terrestrial and digital satellite channels into the LAN.

The new Evolution LAN-Caster DVB-T/T2 (Terrestrial) and DVB-S/S2 (Satellite) will feature a DVB-CAM slot for single or multiple channel decryption per single MUX, and within each MUX will deliver up to 15 concurrent TV and/or radio channels. Users will be able to deliver to the LAN a range of 2, 8 or 12 concurrent encrypted SD and HD channels from one single unit. All units support Session Announcement Protocol (SAP).

Cabletime is expecting to demonstrate the new features, focusing particularly on the advantages they provide in reducing project costs per channel by maximising the 15 channel count per device. Prices for the LAN-Caster range start at £1295 and upgrades for existing customers are available for under £150.

“We have so much to shout about at ISE 2013,” said Mike Cuckow. “The Media Manager software will be brand new and will enhance all of our MediaStar products, providing fantastic new features to help users navigate and manage their content distribution across the network easily and with confidence. We are also delighted to be demonstrating the LAN-Caster line up for the first time in public, highlighting the flexibility and upgrade options and showing customers how they can take advantage of the growing number of digital SD and HD channels.”

The MediaStar range provides TV/AV and multimedia distribution products primarily for medium to large enterprises, which require future-proof, stable and proven solutions for live TV, corporate communications, multicasts, music TV, training and digital signage.

Further information about Cabletime and MediaStar can be found at www.cabletime.com

Further information:
Mike Cuckow, Cabletime +44 (0) 1635 35111, m.cuckow@cabletime.com and on Booth 4-R36
Julie Kirby, + 44 (0)7956 955625, j.kirby@cabletime.com

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New MediaStar LAN-Caster Brings SD and HD Terrestrial and Satellite Streams to the IP Network

Cabletime, developer of the powerful MediaStar range of IPTV distribution solutions is launching new products in its Evolution LAN-Caster range. The LAN-Caster streams live news, sport, entertainment and information in both SD and HD from digital terrestrial and digital satellite channels into the LAN.

The new product line-ups, Evolution LAN-Caster DVB-T/T2 (Terrestrial) and DVB-S/S2 (Satellite), will feature a DVB-CAM slot for single or multiple channel decryption per single MUX, and within each MUX will deliver up to 15 concurrent TV and/or radio channels. The new solutions will enable users to deliver to the LAN a range of 2, 8 or 12 concurrent encrypted SD and HD channels from one single unit.

The MediaStar Evolution DVB-T/T2 line-up includes the 783-T; 783-T-CI (with DVD-CI); 783-T2; 783-T2-CI and the 783-T to T2 Upgrade. Customers and resellers can purchase a low cost entry-level DVB satellite or DVB terrestrial blade and upgrade it to take advantage of HD TV, and where available, Pay TV channels. The DVB-S/S2 line up comprises the 784-S2; 784-S2-CI (with DVD-CI); and the 784-S2-CI Upgrade. Both base products can also be upgraded to support the CAM module, DVB-CI.

“The great advantage of these features is that they reduce the project costs per channel by maximising the 15 channel count per device and with prices starting from £1295 and upgrades under £150 they represent incredible value,” comments Mike Cuckow, Sales Director, EMEA & Asia Pacific, Cabletime. “There is full flexibility to move between multiplex to access available channels via our SIP IP API commands.”

The LAN-Caster is designed to receive the digital terrestrial or satellite signal off-air DVB signals and to extract the digital data out of the MPEG-2 stream so it can be re-packetised in a format suitable for transmission over an IP-based network. Channels can be selected according to user preference and both new products will feature auto configuration through the MediaStar Media Manager enterprise software.

Another key feature of the DVB-T/T2 and DVB-S/S2 products is that they provide full support for third party API control options, including AMX Netlinks™ and Crestron QM-RMC™ through the RS232/USB port. Users can, therefore, extend their control system options and reduce hardware costs by using the ports on each Evolution LAN-Caster. The control system commands are passed through the RS232 ports and on to the MER control peripherals with full support for any command response.

Password protection and enablement coding that provides the option to field upgrade is included; the new products also feature front panel setup and configuration; and an integrated IR Blaster provides optional MER equipment control.

“The new LAN-Caster line up offers flexibility, upgrade options and the reassurance of MediaStar’s robust, proven technology, to ensure customers can take advantage of the growing number of digital SD and HD channels,” said Mike Cuckow. “Suitable for applications ranging from banking, financial institutions and international corporate organisations through to retail outlets, stadia and hotels, the new products will ensure that audiences across the IP network receive the highest quality SD and HD broadcasts.”

The MediaStar range, which has a strong, established heritage, includes TV/AV and multimedia delivery products for use over Cat-5/UTP and IP infrastructures, providing solutions for live TV, corporate communications, multicasts, music TV, training and digital signage.

Note to editors:
With over 25 years experience in developing hardware and software video delivery systems, Cabletime is a leading manufacturer of TV over IP and TV over Cat-5/UTPmultimedia delivery products for new and existing infrastructures. Providing solutions for live TV, corporate communications, multicasts, music TV, training and digital signage, Cabletime has over 3,000 installations worldwide and sells through partners inEMEA, USA, Asia, Japan, and Asia Pacific.

Its MediaStar range of products include MediaStar Evolution for efficient delivery of video and multimedia over IP networks, MediaStar Compact, the unique way to distribute and manage TV/AV delivery for small office environments over Cat-5/UTP, and for medium to large sized companies, the ultimate answer to managed delivery of TV and AV using Cat-5/UTP, MediaStar Pro. The MediaStar system offers both off-LAN and IP delivery mechanisms and supports a variety of endpoints including plasma screens, monitors, televisions, touch screen controllers, and PC workstations.

The MediaStar range serves the retail, publishing, hospitality, sports, healthcare, educational, and government sectors, amongst others, and delivers robust versatility and scalability in a comprehensive hardware and software solution.

Cabletime has offices in Newbury, Berkshire and in Mount Arlington, New Jersey.

Further information about Cabletime and MediaStar can be found at www.cabletime.com

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Cabletime introduces graphical mapping feature for MediaStar Media Manager Software

London, 13 March 2012. Cabletime, developer of the powerful MediaStar range of IPTV distribution solutions is introducing a new feature to its MediaStar Evolution Media Manager software that will map the location, and check the functionality, of all units, including screens and players, within a graphical representation of the system, or the building in which they are sited.

The Media Manager enterprise software gives full drag-and-drop control of all Evolution IPTV system hardware and screens, as well as enabling the configuration and scheduling of all the digital media, video and signage assets for play-out. System managers can take a floor plan or diagram of the building or system layout and from this create multiple ‘work areas’. Images of the specific Evolution units can then be dropped into the correct location in the work area, where they will be represented by an icon. The icon flashes so it can be quickly located and opens to reveal the full configuration and technical details of the unit. Any loss of connectivity will also trigger an alert, allowing the operator to identify the specific unit and its actual location within the building – invaluable in identifying faults and delivering remedies quickly and efficiently.

Nick Bradford, Managing Director at Cabletime, said: “Our objective with Evolution Media Manager is to enable our customers to get full functionality and performance out of their Evolution system. This new feature ensures that the whole system can be checked easily, and any faults or interruptions can be remedied quickly with minimum disruption to the media or video broadcast. It ensures that maintaining the right content at the right place at the right time is a breeze.”

The new graphical mapping feature is available now on all Evolution units.

The MediaStar range, which has a strong, established heritage, includes TV/AV and multimedia delivery products for use over Cat-5/UTP and IP infrastructures, providing solutions for live TV, corporate communications, multicasts, music TV, training and digital signage.

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MediaStar IPTV brings the action to visitors at Dubai’s Meydan Racecourse

UK, 13 December, 2011. Visitors to Dubai’s iconic Meydan Racecourse can now see all the action throughout the massive complex thanks to the recent expansion of the MediaStar Evolution IPTV and signage system connected to all the networked displays.

Opened last year, the Meydan is the largest and most well appointed race track in the world with unparalleled facilities for up to 60,000 racegoers in the grandstand with its restaurants, private boxes and viewing galleries as well as world class amenities for jockeys and trainers in the technical areas. These demanding requirements made MediaStar Evolution “a natural choice for the complex” said Syed Abdul Wahab, CEO of Mindstec Distribution.

The installation of the powerful HD IP-based video and AV distribution solution from Cabletime has been carried out by regional technology integrator, Genesis Integration and incorporates an Evolution head-end streaming live action, TV or digital signage content to MediaStar-equipped screens across the complex. The easy-to-use Media Manager software behind Evolution allows Meydan management to control and manage each or all of the displays in its stadium-wide screen network to their full advantage.

Because MediaStar Evolution is designed specifically to deliver digital TV, media and AV content over IP networks, Meydan Racecourse can simultaneously programme informational messages in the public areas – including safety messages – whilst also streaming live racing or show company videos, presentations or targeted information in the conference rooms.

“This was an exciting and prestigious project for Genesis Integration. The complexities of different video feeds formats, the integration with broadcaster’s technologies, existing networks and head- ends, as well as the staged approach to a very rapid deployment of over 600 display locations in various public areas made this project a rarity for our organisation. All of this could not have been done without the extraordinary support of the Meydan Project Team”, said Tony Abou Jawad, Director of Genesis Integration.

Note to editors:

About Cabletime
With over 25 years experience in developing hardware and software video delivery systems, Cabletime is a leading manufacturer of TV over IP and TV over Cat-5/UTP multimedia delivery products for new and existing infrastructures. Providing solutions for live TV, corporate communications, multicasts, music TV, training and digital signage, Cabletime has over 3,000 installations worldwide and sells through partners in EMEA, USA, Asia, Japan, and Asia Pacific.

Its MediaStar range of products include MediaStar Evolution for efficient delivery of video and multimedia over IP networks, MediaStar Compact, the unique way to distribute and manage TV/AV delivery for small office environments over Cat-5/UTP, and for medium to large sized companies, the ultimate answer to managed delivery of TV and AV using Cat-5/UTP, MediaStar Pro. The MediaStar system offers both off-LAN and IP delivery mechanisms and supports a variety of endpoints including plasma screens, monitors, televisions, touch screen controllers, and PC workstations.

The MediaStar range serves the retail, publishing, hospitality, sports, healthcare, educational, and government sectors, amongst others, and delivers robust versatility and scalability in a comprehensive hardware and software solution.

Cabletime has offices in Newbury, Berkshire and in Mount Arlington, New Jersey.

Further information about Cabletime and MediaStar can be found at www.cabletime.com

Further information:
Mike Cuckow, Cabletime +44 (0) 1635 35111, m.cuckow@cabletime.com
Julie Kirby, 07956 955625, j.kirby@cabletime.com

About Genesis Integration
Genesis Integration is a regional specialist system integration house focusing on low voltage technology. Our skills are centered on audio visual, converged network technology and specialist control systems that are used in today’s buildings and facilities.

System Integration for Genesis Integration is the design and implementation, from cables to commissioning, of simple “IP television system” to deployment and operation of a sophisticated “Smart Community”.

For further information:
Tony Abou Jawad, Genesis Integration +971 2 6722204, info@genesis-si.com

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Cabletime Launches QuickPlay Digital Signage Solution at InfoComm 2011

InfoComm – 15-17 June 2011. Cabletime, known for its MediaStar range of IPTV distribution solutions is targeting a new audience of users with the launch of QuickPlay, a new digital signage product. QuickPlay will make its debut at InfoComm on booth 4683, and marks a broadening of the MediaStar range, which has traditionally been aimed at enterprise level, large scale installations.

MediaStar QuickPlay is a plug and play signage solution that delivers HD signage to one or more display screens without need of a centrally managed system or network. Software supplied with QuickPlay allows the user to save and sequence digital signage content preconfigured on their PC or laptop to a USB memory stick and then simply load and display the content onto any screen equipped with a QuickPlay unit.

“QuickPlay is based on our proven Evolution technology,? says David LeMonte Shepherd, President, Cabletime USA. “The difference is more

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Cabletime Names GS Electronics a Platinum Status Partner

NJ. USA, May 9, 2011. Cabletime, developer of the MediaStar range of IPTV distribution solutions, has announced that integrator, GS Electronics has been named a ‘Cabletime Platinum Status Partner’ – an award that reflects the success of the relationship between the two companies, which has been built over the past 13 years.

GS Electronics, which formerly operated as OHSTG Inc. was Cabletime’s first signed integrator when it opened its operation in the USA in 1998. Since then, the company has consistently specified and implemented successful solutions for customers based on Cabletime’s MediaStar range.

David Lemont Shepherd, President, Cabletime USA, said: “Originally, we worked with the team on installations around MediaStar Compact, but as our relationship grew, GS started to specify MediaStar Pro, and in recent years has really focused on our Evolution solution. The company is not only loyal, but it has an in-depth understanding of the more

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Cabletime Announces Comprehensive Partner Programme At ISE 2011

ISE 2011, Amsterdam – 1-3 February 2011. ISE will this year provide a forum for Cabletime, developer of the MediaStar range of IPTV distribution solutions, to launch a comprehensive Partner Programme targeting resellers whose customers will benefit from IPTV, digital video and HD quality products.

Cabletime (booth 3D92) already works with an established network of audio visual specialist integrators, but with the growth of digital content delivery across LAN/WAN and 3G networks, the company is keen to extend its programme to a broader channel audience.

“We know that IPTV is experiencing massive expansion at the moment, and with Europe leading the global market, ISE will provide the perfect backdrop for new and innovative IPTV technologies,? said Nick Bradford, Managing Director, Cabletime. “Over the next year we foresee a huge demand from customers for high quality commercial IPTV applications, and we want to work with partners who can more

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