- No Re-Encoding
- Compact Form Factor
- High Density
- Chassis Compatable with Maktio
- Secure Distribution
- HTTP, CLI, and SNMP
- InStream, Amino Support
- Transcoding with Kraken
Datasheet in PDF format
Capture Satellite and Terrestrial Digital Broadcast Signals Haivision’s Torpedo™ allows enterprises to get digital broadcast transmission onto their IP networks without the need for re-encoding the video. Digital satellite (DVB-S/S2) and digital terrestrial (DVB-T/T2) broadcasts contain audio/video programming using industry standard compression (MPEG-2 or H.264) contained within MPEG-2 transport streams. The Torpedo gateway tunes to a particular frequency as delivered over RF by the DVB antennas or satellite dishes, extracts and filters the MPEG transport stream packets, and delivers the program content over IP networks eliminating the need to re-encode. A single Torpedo can support up to 15 content channels and then re-broadcast them as unicast or multicast IP video data streams.
Conditional Access Module (CAM) Coupled with Re-Encryption The Torpedo optionally includes a standard DVB-CI slot to allow decryption, decoding and streaming of Pay TV content with a suitable CAM card. When coupled with Haivision’s Furnace™ IP video system, organizations can adhere to content protection requirements by applying encryption for internal secure multicast IP video delivery.
High Value, Low Cost IPTV Haivision’s Torpedo DVB to IP gateways deliver simple and affordable IPTV by combining InStream Amino and Amino set-top boxes. Haivision developed the InStream Amino firmware for the Amino AmiNET 140™ series IPTV STB to display video without the need for a middleware server. InStream Amino displays the electronic program guides (EPG) available directly from the Torpedo DVB gateways. The total cost for a complete IPTV solution with InStream Amino is amongst the most affordable on the market. It is ideal for IPTV deployments in enterprises, schools, and stadiums. InStream Amino will be available from Haivision’s Download Center.