Motorola upgraded the CherryPicker CAP-1000 video-processing platform to support MPEG-2 video rate-shaping, ad insertion and statistical multiplexing.
The CAP-1000—a single-rack-unit device—provides MPEG-4 and MPEG-2 rate-shaping capabilities for standard and high-definition video, for inserting customized local programming and addressable advertising.
The original CherryPicker was developed by Terayon Communication Systems, which Motorola acquired last year for $140 million.
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