Successfully Developed “Jumping Frequency?Technology
Company successfully developed “Jumping Frequency? a cable
modem based technology, which provides new opportunities for
the development of bi-directional HFC network
Beijing, China-May 11,2005- Vecast Inc., a leader in China
digital TV industry, announced today that it has successfully
completed the “Jumping Frequency?technology, a cable modem
based technology. This new technology will dramatically
increase user’s bandwidth over bi-directional HFC network.
the current cable modem technology which works on single
frequency, the biggest advantage of “Jumping Frequency?is
that it provides the users with the flexibility between
several down frequencies. Without changing its present
physical network, Cable TV network companies can enlarge their
user’s bandwidth directly by adopting this new technology.
Combined with the latest video & audio coding technologies,
more IP TV programs will be broadcasted because the bandwidth
requirement for a channel will be efficiently compressed to
1/6 of DVB-C or 1/36 of analog TV.
TV service providers showed great interests in “Jumping
Frequency?technology. It is anticipated that this technology
will speed up the transition of digital TV to IPTV and bring
new opportunities to the development of bi-directional HFC
network. It surely will boost Vecast’s sales in cable modem
and IP Set Top Box as well as the development in IPTV through
Frequency technology will revolutionize the digital cable TV
industry.?said George Wu, Chairman & CEO of Vecast Inc.
“Before HDTV blooms in China, whether to adapt DVB-C or IPTV,
“Three In One?is the utmost solution when facing the market,
price acceptance, technical advancement and service support
capability. “Jumping Frequency?technology completely solves
the bottle-neck of developing digital TV over HFC network in
the technical and cost obstacles?
sales in the first quarter of 2005 equals the total sales in
whole year of 2004. Sales in the second quarter keeps rising
pro rata. It is estimated that total sales of 2005 will reach
10 million US dollars or more, a 1000% increase compared to
** ”Three In
One?refers to a unique Vecast’s end user’s product that
combines VoIP, Broadband Internet and CATV services over HFC
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