The company will be showcasing its latest cable and satellite direct-to-home communications equipment at stand 4Q2-06, BroadcastAsia 2019, Suntec, Singapore.
Atlanta DTH (ADTH) has announced the opening of a new research and development facility in Taiwan to mark its quarter-centenary.
This coincides with the expansion of the ADTH Tolka range of broadcast, OTT and IPTV content protection products which was announced at the 11th US National Association of Broadcasters’ Show in Las Vegas.
Commenting on the announcement, Michael Day, CEO of ADTH, said: “The new facility strengthens our engineering resources at a time when the television industry is gearing for the transition from HD to 4K and onward to 8K.”
“Our aim is to ensure television viewers have the greatest possible choice in what, when and where they choose to watch. One of Tolka’s greatest strengths is its ability to think outside the box, quite literally in the case of our DGI 1012 which we introduced to the US market at NAB. This is a plug-in micro-receiver which allows customers of Tolka network operators to view free-to-air or pay-TV on their mobile phones or tablet computers,” he added.
Based in Taipei, the ADTH R&D facility will operate as a development hub with a dedicated engineering team focused on the designing new products and services as well as the ensuring the enhancement of the existing Tolka product range.
ADTH will be showcasing its latest cable and satellite direct-to-home communications equipment for IPTV, OTT, DTT and other media-related applications at stand 4Q2-06, BroadcastAsia 2019, Singapore, June 18th-20th. ADTH solutions provide the tools for content broadcasters to expand their service offerings.