Release date: 2009-08-24
 

Tecsys Selects NuTune's NS356x Network Interface Modules for its DVB-S2 Decoder
 

(Newswire Today) —  Singapore, Singapore, 2009-08-24 - High quality, low power performance and at a competitive price, NuTune’s NIM solution, together with Tecsys’s excellent DVB-S2 decoder, promises to spur DVB-S2 growth in Brazil.

   
 

NuTune Singapore Pte. Ltd, a global leader in RF Tuner modules announced today that it’s latest DVB-S2 Network Interface Module (NIM) solution has been selected by Tecsys, the leading Brazilian based company focused on developing high performance and quality digital video products. The combination of NuTune NS356x and Tecsys DVB-S2 decoders will be supplied to various Broadcasters, Pay-TV operators and the Satellite Free-To-Air (FTA) market.

“Tecsys’s outstanding knowledge in the development of Digital TV (DTV) and Set-Top-Box (STB) decoders combined with NuTune’s extensive 30-year experience in Radio Frequency (RF) Tuner module development and manufacturing promises to provide the market with a high-performance yet competitive solution for various DTV and STB applications.” according to Mark Foley, CEO and Vice President of Marketing for NuTune.

“The Tecsys' decision in selecting NuTune was based on three relevant aspects: product quality, cost competitiveness and local support. Thanks for the easy access to all required information, such as SW drivers, specification, samples, etc, we could quickly introduce them in our products and they have met 100% of our needs. We are very satisfied with the decision taken and it was very important for our strategy in sustaining our leadership position as a provider of a high quality digital TV products“ said Rodolfo Vidal, Technology director of Tecsys.

The product, which combines the excellence of both technology companies will make its debut at Tecsys’s booth, during SET2009 Broadcast and Cable show which takes place between August 26th to August 28th, 2009. SET2009 this year will be held at the Centro de Exposicoes Imigrantes in Sao Paulo.

About NuTune
NuTune (nutune.com) is a joint venture technology company between NXP Semiconductors and Thomson and a global leader in providing RF Tuner Modules and Solutions to the TV and STB market. Headquartered in Singapore and with R&D centres in Singapore and Germany, NuTune employs over 2000 people all over the world.

About Tecsys
Tecsys (tecsysbrasil.com.br) is Brazilian company, leading in the development and manufacturing Analog and Digital professional equipments to reception, processing and distribution of TV signals. Located in São José dos Campos, SP – Brazil, Tecsys built an advanced development laboratory where all their products are created. Tecsys also provides its outstanding technology to OEM customers in Brazil.

   
 

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