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Cisco DCM AnyRes

Deliver Video to New Devices in the Home

Bring your branded linear and on-demand video experience to new screens throughout the subscriber home. Cisco DCM AnyRes adds multiscreen transcoding capabilities to your existing video headend, which can:

  • Reduce your capital expenditures
  • Extend your technology investment
  • Provide new, high-value services to your subscribers

Features and Capabilities

Cisco AnyRes adaptive bit rate (ABR) transcoding technology optimizes video experiences for consumer tablets, smartphones, and other connected devices. Supporting both linear and on-demand video, this technology provides industry-leading density, picture quality, and detail.

Now you can implement Cisco AnyRes capabilities in a Cisco Multi-Format Processing (MFP) Card for the Cisco Digital Content Manager (DCM). You can use a single hardware platform to process, multiplex, transcode, and transrate video for both set-top boxes (STBs) and connected consumer devices.

With Cisco DCM AnyRes, you can:

  • Achieve best-in-class density and superior HD picture quality for connected devices
  • Encode video for both STBs and additional screens with a single hardware platform
  • Optimize video delivery to connected devices for both linear and on-demand services
  • Simplify setup, configuration, and troubleshooting with an easy-to-use, web-based user interface

By using these capabilities, you can:

  • Cut operational costs by consolidating video processing and transcoding for multiple screens into one headend platform
  • Reduce capital expenses with industry-leading density to serve more connected devices per platform
  • Protect your technology investment with a solution that meets your needs even as you migrate to an all-IP architecture
  • Improve subscriber loyalty by providing a high-quality video experience on more screens and devices

Specifications at a Glance

AVC Transrating

  • Brings DCM MPEG-2 processing features to Application and Visibility Control (AVC) apps

AVC and MPEG-2 Transcoding and Statistical Multiplexing

  • Conversion to and from either codec, per service
  • Audio transcoding or pass-through
  • Up to 24 SD or 8 HD per single-layer MFP Card
  • Up to 48 SD or 16 HD per dual-layer MFP Card

AVC Splicing Capabilities

  • Real transrated transparent splice, SD and HD
  • Audio splicing, including MPEG-1, AC-3, E-AC-3, and AAC
  • Up to 16 SD or 4 HD per single-layer MFP Card
  • Up to 32 SD or 8 HD per dual-layer MFP Card

MPEG-2, AVC SD or HD to AVC ABR Transcoding

  • Up to 16 SD or 8 HD per dual-layer MFP Card

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