The ME-7000 is available in a 1RU package with three application module slots that allow encoding, transcoding and multi-bitrate functions to scale from small to large systems. The unit comes standard with six Gigabit Ethernet ports and four 1GB/10GB ports for input/output and management control. There is an option for up to 24 SD/HD-SDI uncompressed inputs. The platform can support up to 24 HD HEVC channels or 12 4Kp60 channels using under 20 watts per HD or 40 watts per 4K channel.
ARRIS ME-7000 Converged Video Compression Platform
The ARRIS ME-7000 is a single, converged video compression and multiplexing platform. It provides multi-codec support with SD/HD/UltraHD ...
Sep 27th, 2015
The ARRIS ME-7000 is a single, converged video compression and multiplexing platform. It provides multi-codec support with SD/HD/UltraHD encoding and transcoding plus multiscreen delivery and statistical multiplexing for IPTV over broadband cable and cable applications. ASIC-based compression technologies combined with a distributed software architecture allow for a future-proof, modular design that supports rapid innovation, ARRIS says. Programmable silicon designed for multi-codec compression improves video compression efficiency and lets operators and programmers deliver a better experience to viewers.