Broadpeak Intros Streaming for Legacy Set-Tops

Broadpeak's C-CAS (Conditional Access System-Compliant Adaptive Streaming) is a new technology intended to enable pay TV operators to support adaptive streaming protocols while simultaneously remaining compliant with conditional access systems on subscribers' existing set-top boxes (STBs) without requiring a firmware update on every set-top.

The first application of C-CAS will be available on Broadpeak's widely BkS100 VOD servers, which are designed to automatically select the appropriate streaming quality based on available bandwidth.

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