Harmonic MPEG-2/MPEG-4 AVC Contribution Encoder Ellipse 1000 (NEW)

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Harmonic MPEG-2/MPEG-4 AVC Contribution Encoder Ellipse 1000 (NEW)

Brand: Harmonic
Part number: Ellipse 1000

The Harmonic Ellipse 1000 Encoder is ideal for fixed contribution over IP and legacy ATM/PDH/SDH networks. Harmonic made this professional high quality encoder to provide efficient bit-rate utilization for delivery of high quality video.

The Ellipse 1000 simultaneously encodes video feeds as MPEG-2 SD 4:2:0/4:2:2 and MPEG-4 AVC SD 4:2:0, providing a smooth and costs-effective migration path from MPEG-2 CBR encoding schemes.

It is firmware-upgradeable to MPEG-4 AVC HD as well, making it one of the most versatile encoders available and further extending its migration path. The field-proven, easy-to-use Ellipse 1000 can operate on a cost-efficient standalone basis with no need for external multiplexers or PSI generators.

See more specifications and benefits in the datasheet.

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History of Harmonic, Inc.

Harmonic, Inc.  based nearby Sunnyvale USA, is a technology company that develops and markets video routing, server, and storage products for companies that produce, process, and distribute video content for TV and Internet.

Harmonic's customers include many of the world’s largest media and communications, Satellite- and cable companies, Telco’s and broadcast & Internet organizations that deliver services in virtually every country.

Harmonic was initially incorporated in California in June 1988 as Harmonic Lightwaves and reincorporated into Delaware in May 1995. Anthony J. Ley became CEO in November 1988. Co-founder Moshe Nazarathy led a research and development center named "Harmonic Data" in Israel starting in 1993, funded in part by the Israel-U.S. Bi-national Industrial Research and Development Foundation.

Thru the years Harmonic acquired various companies such as DiviCom, a provider of open solutions for digital television in 2000, Entone Technologies in 2006, software for transcoding company Rhozet Corp. in 2007, Scopus Video Networks, Ltd. in 2009, privately held company Omneon Video Networks in 2010.

On February 19th, 2013 Harmonic, Inc. sold its line of fiber-optic access products to Aurora Networks, Inc., a leading supplier for optical access solutions for cable operators.

In March 2016 Harmonic, Inc. completed the acquisition of Thomson Video Networks, a specialist in advanced video compression solutions.

The acquisition strengthened Harmonic's technology and market leadership, particularly in the broadcast contribution and distribution markets.


productsheet.pdf Product datasheet
manual.pdf Manual

  • Current status: 2-3 weeks delivery time
  • Condition: NEW with OEM warranty
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