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Ref. 5501 – PROFLEX VERSATILE HEADEND MODULE

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5501 PROFLEX VERSATILE HEADEND
MODULE
HEADEND MODULE WITH 4 SATELLITE INPUTS: 1 TO 8 MUX / 1 TO 4 CAM
versatile: one module for multiple applications
future proof: configuration upgradable 
scalable: feature upgradable
feature activation can be time based
The new satellite module has 4 inputs allowing the reception of 4 different
satellite bands per module. Because the module has 8 satellite tuners and a
built-in multiswitch, reception of 8 different transponders coming from any
of the 4 input satellite bands is possible. 
Depending on the type of configuration, up to 8 DVB-T/C multiplexes, 4 MPTS
or 64 STPS streams can be distributed per module, offering you one of the
most flexible and cost-efficient solutions available on the market! The
ProFlex is a versatile product that allows you to do transmodulation from
DVB-S/S2 to DVB-T or DVB-C as well as streaming to SPTS or MPTS. 
FULL FLEXIBILITY BETWEEN INPUTS AND OUTPUTS: 
any input can be directed to any tuner
any service from a particular transponder can be directed to 1 of the 4 CAM
modules
any service from a particular transponder can be added to 1 of the 8
Multiplexes
EPG information is dynamically rerouted
Via a management file you can easily change its configuration and switch
for instance from transmodulation to streaming, depending on your future
needs. The same management file can be limited in time, which gives you full
control in case you work with a monthly or yearly subscription fee. Remote
management and monitoring of the headend over the internet is also possible
with our Remote Management Unit (Ref. 5951/5952).
WHAT MAKES THE PROFLEX UNIQUE, IS THE USE OF FPGA PROCESSORS 
And not only CPU processors, like many of our competitors use. The
advantages of FPGA are the following:
An FPGA processor is more performant as it can execute all its tasks in
parallel, whereas a CPU processor is executing everything in series. It is
therefore able to handle more services with less resources 
The above advantage results in less power usage, which results in less heat
generation, which results in longer life time (or better MTBF values)
An FPGA processor is also more dedicated to do a particular task. In FPGA
processors, the core tasks, in our case transmodulation and streaming, are
separated from the management tasks, this results in a more robust and stable
environment
FPGA technology allows us to make compacter products
Since an FPGA processor does not require a clean shutdown, they are better
protected against power failure caused by for instance black outs
A last advantage is that FPGA is more secure and is therefore less likely
to be affected by viruses or hacking
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