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Teo’s robust UC architecture streamlines deployments and allows for hassle free technology transitions, enhanced productivity, and superior ROI. Teo's unique R3ND architecture is the most robust, reliable, and resilient UC infrastructure available. Read the CIO Review.
Email uc@capella.ca for more information.



As cable operators weigh approaches to meeting their upstream bandwidth requirements now and well into the future, they want to be sure to choose optical return solutions that will minimize their immediate costs while maximizing their flexibility to expand capacity over time.

Frequently, vendors’ claims for digital return as the superior option are based on comparisons with outdated analog technology, when in truth, in most situations operators will invariably find that the better choice is an analog solution. It is essential that MSOs have a full understanding of how these options compare for an given upgrade scenario. Innotrans offers a perspective on these issues that will help operators reach decisions they will be glad they made for years to come. For more information download the Whitepaper or email orderdesk@capella.ca.


CSX-1641 ASI to Gig-E Aggregator

WooshCom CSX-1641 ASI

WooshCom’s CSX-1641 based aggregator is a modular approach to combining MPEG content from DVB-ASI satellite receivers into Gigabit Ethernet for switches, QAM modulators or other headend equipment.

Due to its modular architecture it can be configured in increments of 4 ASI ports to convert up to 60 ASI ports in a 2U chassis. More ports may be converted by extending beyond a single chassis. CSX-1641 modules may also operate on a stand-alone basis.

For more information see the whites papers - WooshCom CSX 1641 and Clean Ingest Approach

Digital Alert Systems

Monroe Electronics

NPAS and NAAD For EAS Users

Capella and Monroe have successfully supported many Canadian operators as they launched the National Public Alerting System (NPAS) Alert Ready system through the Pelmorex National Alert Aggregation and Distribution (NAAD) network.

Just as American broadcasters are getting used to CAP and IPAWS enhancements to the EAS, Canada has rolled out its national alerting system, with stations now required to participate. Ed Czarnecki explains what the Canadians are doing and how it compares to the U.S. EAS.

For more information, please refer to this recent Monroe Broadcasters’ Desktop Resource article.


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