Minsk, Minsk -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/10/2010 -- Promwad Innovation Company, the largest independent electronic design center in Eastern Europe, will present its electronic devices for audio content market and digital TV at IBC 2010 (Amsterdam, from 10 to 14 September).
The main exhibit on the company stand will be devices for reproduction of streaming audio content. This rage of innovative products was designed for entertainment centers, bars and restaurants. It allows to create a network of devices connected to the largest online servers of licensed music.
Another innovation from Promwad engineers is a high-end digital set-top box based on the Sigma Designs SMP8654 processor. It was designed to receive IPTV signals, terrestrial (DVB-T) and satellite broadcasting (DVB-S2). Video stream format is MPEG-2/4 H.264. The STB features HD video streaming, media playback from USB or SATA drives, picture slide-show, and personal video recording (PVR) functions. The device supports HDMI, SATA, eSATA, Gigabit Ethernet, S / PDIF, Wi-Fi.
Also the company will present the new low-end solution for digital TV – a DVB-T small form factor STB. Optimizing BOM and using software based on OS Linux Promwad engineers were able to reduce the cost of this device, but at the same time they included such popular features as media playback from USB drive, electronic program guide (EPG), photo viewing and slide-show.
For more information, please, visit the booth 3.D09 (Exhibition Center RAI, Amsterdam).
Promwad Innovation Company (http://www.promwad.com) is the largest independent electronics design center in Eastern Europe, founded in 2004. The company offers a full cycle of electronic devices and embedded systems development for mass production. Its core competences include multimedia, consumer electronics, advertising and entertainment electronics, smart home products, automotive electronics, embedded systems and modules. The company’s partners are Analog Devices, Fujitsu, Marvell, STMicroelectronics and Samsung. Promwad’s customers are manufacturers of electronic devices in Western and Eastern Europe, USA, Canada, South-Eastern Asia and Russia.