Vancouver, CANADA, September 10th, 2014 – Inca Networks announced today that the company’s 4430 Modular Series MPEG-4 transcoder has been recognized by Broadband Technology Report’s 2014 Diamond Technology Review program for its unique and high quality platform.

“We are honored to be recognized by the judges of the The Diamond Technology Reviews for the power that our 4430 Modular Series transcoder provides operators,” said Jeff Campbell, CEO of Inca Networks.

The Inca 4400 Modular Series real-time transcoding solution provides operators with “any-to-any, any-to-many” support for HD and SD, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 AVC (H.264) video transcoding of up to 24 HD or 60 SD channels, in a compact and power-efficient one rack unit (1 RU) chassis. The platform’s high density enables operators to meet the growing demand for digital TV services, while lowering capital and operating expenses through reduced power consumption and rack space.

A unique and high-quality platform, Inca’s Modular Series is optimized for the growing variety of formats needed to support video delivery to any device at any time. The series offers 20 per cent higher MPEG-4 HD transcoding density than the industry incumbent.

“Our strength is that we marry the convenience and simplicity of modular, scalable hardware with the agility, intuitiveness and control of our VidiOS™ software,” says Jeff Campbell, CEO of Inca Networks. VidiOS™ is Inca’s advanced processing and monitoring engine providing embedded monitoring in every Inca product.  These active stream tools and integrated status monitoring/reporting help operators manage the headend more efficiently.

Now in its ninth year, the Broadband Technology Report (BTR) Diamond Technology Reviews (“the Diamonds”) is a renowned industry program developed to recognize the top products and solutions available to the cable industry as determined by a stellar panel of cable telecommunications engineering experts. Engineering executives from Boyer Broadband, Time Warner Cable, Brighthouse Networks, Suddenlink Communications, Comcast, Charter and Cox were among the third-party judges.

About Broadband Technology Report

Broadband Technology Report (BTR), celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2014, is the cable and telecom industry’s premier source for product and technology news, and is the most successful and fastest growing online outlet for product information and deployments; reviews and rankings; technology expertise; and buyer/seller facilitation. BTR’s portfolio includes online, print and video assets, all designed to help network operators build, upgrade and maintain high-performance communications networks. BTR, backed by over 70 years of combined industry experience, delivers its email, online, print and video production services to more than 18,500 subscribers. If you are interested in subscribing, consult

About the Diamond Technology Review Program

The BTR Diamond Technology Reviews (“the Diamonds”) is a renowned industry program – now in its 9th year – that was developed to recognize some of the top products and solutions available to the cable industry as determined by a stellar panel of cable telecommunications engineering experts. Engineering executives from Bright House, Buckeye, Comcast, Boyer Broadband, Suddenlink, and Time Warner Cable were among the third-party judges for the 2014 Diamonds. Every year, BTR invites vendors to submit written information about products/solutions that have been released or upgraded since the previous year’s SCTE Cable-Tec Expo (October 2013). Criteria used in the Diamonds rankings include, first and foremost, unique technology or application thereof, innovation, ease of use, efficiency, reliability and contribution to profitability.

About Inca Networks

Inca Networks, a WISI company, is reinventing the future of multiscreen video delivery. Inca offers industry-leading Intelligent Video Delivery™, a revolutionary software-centric solution for intelligent, real-time processing of linear and multiscreen television content. At its core is VidiOS™, an advanced software processing and monitoring engine that provides deep visibility and control of all video flows, combined with powerful, modular hardware. Inca’s IP video solutions address all aspects of next-generation video, including high-density MPEG-4 and MPEG-2 HD and SD transcoder modules for linear and multiscreen adaptive bit-rate (ABR) and HTTP live streaming (HLS) services; demultiplexing and remapping of MPTS video from satellite and off-air sources to SPTS streams in digital cable, DSL and fiber to the home (FTTH) IPTV networks; multi-viewer mosaic and status monitoring software, digital music service demuxing, and modular ASI to IP conversion.

In July 2015, the Wilhelm Sihn jr. (WISI) company of Germany acquired Vancouver’s Inca Networks Inc. Founded in 1926, WISI is one of the world’s pioneers in broadband reception and distribution technology. Today, WISI’s field of business is the development, production and distribution of products and solutions in the following areas: automotive antenna and cabling, components for broadband networks, fiber optics for broadband, digital signal reception, processing and modulation for TV and radio, in-house multimedia. Inca Networks sells and distributes WISI’s Tangram and Chameleon platforms to the North American, Caribbean and Latin American markets. Video providers around the globe use Inca to easily and affordably deliver content to any screen on any network, all with a superior customer viewing experience and a second-to-none view of the network.

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For more information please contact Rosalinda Thorleifson, Tel. +1-604-418-9715