Pace to supply HD PVR to MultiChoice AfricaSaturday, September 8th, 2007
IBC 2007, Amsterdam, Stand 1.221 — Pace Micro Technology plc (LSE:PIC), the leading independent developer of digital TV technologies for the global pay TV industry has today announced an agreement with MultiChoice Africa, the leading payTV operator in Africa, to supply its market leading high definition (HD) personal video recorders (PVRs).
MultiChoice Africa has chosen Pace’s TDS850 HD PVR platform, which combines H.264 compression with DVB-S2 demodulation and comes with four tuners for a full HD experience, together with push-VOD capabilities. The MultiChoice TDS850 comes with OpenTV’s Core 2.0 middleware and PVR 2.0 software together with content security from Irdeto.
MultiChoice Africa plans to launch this technology in 2008.
Neil Gaydon, Chief Executive Officer, Pace Micro Technology plc commented: “We are delighted to be chosen by MultiChoice to be a key supplier in its move to high definition. It was back in 1995 that Pace and MultiChoice first launched digital TV in South Africa and it is terrific news that we are once again working together on the very latest digital TV technology.”
Nolo Letele, Chief Executive Officer, MultiChoice Africa commented: “Pace is a leader in the field of both high definition and personal video recorder technology, which made them the natural choice for us as a key partner to work with on the launch of our HD service.”
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