Vancouver, CANADA, January 12th, 2015 – Inca Networks announced today that one of America’s leading providers of direct-to-home satellite television services has deployed Inca’s technology to process high bit-rate broadcast stadium and studio video feeds as part of their professional football package. Offering live linear and next-generation multi-screen and interactivity capabilities, the football package is highly sought after by sports fans. Over the last year, Inca’s technology has played an integral role in the infrastructure that processes, monitors and delivers live event video content to sports and fantasy-league fans via mobile and Internet-enabled devices.

CEO of Inca Networks, Jeff Campbell says, “For sports fans with direct-to-home satellite service, professional football on a Sunday afternoon is just the ticket. Our leading-edge customer lives at the forefront of innovation and technology by providing the kind of immediate and interactive experiences viewers crave from live sporting events. Today’s consumer demands convenient, high quality, personalized video service. Inca is proud to be a part of this multi-screen video processing infrastructure that brings one of America’s favorite sports to phones, tablets and other screens across the country.”

Having made multiple equipment purchases from Inca over the past two years, this leading-edge satellite provider uses Inca’s solutions in a live sports video infrastructure, as well as with post-game and archived sports footage to create and deliver discrete, searchable video clips to digital devices.

Inca Networks products combine state-of-the-art hardware and software that allow operators to capture, convert and remap all the action and monitor live feeds using VidiOS™, Inca’s advanced processing and monitoring engine. VidiOS™ provides active stream tools and embedded visual status monitoring of in-game, live video feeds that help ensure a consistent, engaging fan experience. The Inca modular hardware family includes products for linear and OTT adaptive bit-rate transcoding, processing and delivery, as well as monitoring and management of mission critical services.

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