Motama GmbH

Corporate Networks

Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), meaning the transmission of digital television over the Internet or local area IP networks, is becoming increasingly important. IPTV not only allows for serving millions of users with broadband content, but also provides transmission of content in networks of corporations, universities, schools, and other organizations.

With solutions by Motama, new IPTV services can be realized. Content of DVB feeds can be converted for IP networking. Content can be transcoded to reduce bandwidth requirements while maintaining a high quality of streams. Content can be distributed in real-time to literally any place in the world - for example to a remote company site, and distributed to a broad range of client devices. Our IPTV solutions are streamlined and cost-effective, and can be seamlessly integrated into existing infrastructure.

Motama offers a complete set of products for building your IPTV and OTT backbone, including DVB gateways, encoders/transcoders, and streaming servers and protocols for content distribution.

Application areas
  • IPTV services in local area networks
  • IPTV services in networks of corporations, universities, schools, etc.
  • IPTV services in virtual networks of distributed company sites

TVCaster™ is an integrated DVB receiver, descrambler, remultiplexer, and IPTV server for converting DVB to IP.

CodecCaster™ offers a high-performance transcoding solution for live content in IPTV and OTT.

AdCaster™ is our solution for regional and targeted replacement and overlays of adverts for IPTV and OTT.

RelayCaster™ enables reliable and secure contribution and distribution of live streams for IPTV and OTT over cost-effective public Internet links.

PolyCaster™ is a streaming server for live content serving PC browsers, mobile phones, tablets, and set-top boxes.

White Papers
Scalable Infrastructures supporting IPTV in Hospitality, Health Care, and Corporate Networks
Content Delivery Networks (CDN) for Live TV Streaming
Customized IPTV setups with TVCaster server appliances
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