Satellite operator SES has started its first live and linear UHD trial with US cable operator Armstrong at its headquarters' cable lab in Butler, Pennsylvania. SES's Ultra HD offering, first unveiled in April at the NAB Conference, combines broadcast and IP technologies in a fully-managed, scalable service. SES said the solution leverages the broadcast advantages of satellite and the multicasting capabilities of the Docsis 3.0 transmission standard in use by Armstrong and other cable systems. Steve Corda, vice president of business development for SES in North America,said, "The outcome of these tests will support progress toward our objective of accelerating the roll-out of linear-live Ultra HD. The roll-out into cable TV households across North America will allow a very cost efficient, scalable and high performance delivery system."
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