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In particular, engineers rated PowerVu, "the digital compression system with the best overall quality" after a series of blind tests with rival products.
But in its own infancy, digital compression could not deliver acceptable video quality without too meager compression.
Recent breakthroughs in digital compression have galvanized the $18 billion cable industry, hungry for ways to boost its faltering fortunes.
Martin Frankel, Decathlon's President added, "The wireless cable industry has been promised digital compression for years and Decathlon is proud to deliver this enabling technology to the industry.
com) is a leading global provider of IP softswitches, media gateways and digital compression products that enable voice, video and other multimedia services over IP.
Additionally, the digital compression will provide greater channel capacity for educational programming.
On July 21, TV/COM initiated the formation of a group of companies to openly discuss and agree upon digital compression standards for North America.
The contract, the fist digital compression order awarded by Deutsche Bundespost Telekom, consists of video and audio compression processors, variable rate QPSK modulators and demodulators, QAM modulators, uplink and cable headend multiplexors and professional cable headend receiver decoders.
The TANDBERG EN5990 has been created for real-time TV delivery environments that need the highest quality encoding combined with the industry's highest quality of service (QoS) levels and takes advantage of more than 10 years of digital compression system development.
The access and control system can be used in Scientific-Atlanta digital compression products destined for satellite and cable customers who choose to utilize the General Instrument system.
SAN DIEGO, July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- TV/COM International announced that it has initiated the formation of a group of companies to openly discuss and agree upon digital compression standards for North America.

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