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Delivering More With What You’ve Got. Service Providers Take Note of the Motorola ST-6000

Making capital investments work as hard as they can is a smart focus for any business, but for broadcasters and service providers, it can mean the difference between being a market leader or one of the chasing pack.

Having the ability to quickly and efficiently roll out new channels and services without having to make significant new investments in infrastructure gives service providers a critical commercial advantage in a competitive market.

Using the new Motorola ST-6000 series multichannel video transcoder from Motorola Mobility, video service providers can significantly reduce the costs associated with delivering high quality video

To continue to increase subscribers and revenues, service providers have to balance the need to offer high-quality video and services with investments in their networks and infrastructure. The ST-6000 offers a way to increase channel offerings and migrate channels from SD to HD video while avoiding costly hardware replacements.

Available in a number of configurations to suit a range of service provider requirements, the ST-6000 really does demonstrate more can be achieved within existing capabilities. That’s smart thinking.

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