With slowing growth in their core consumer markets due to “cord cutting,” MSOs and satellite providers are increasingly setting their sights on a bigger prize: enterprise organizations — from multinational corporations to schools, hospitals, airports, stadiums, and everything in between. For owners and managers, the ability to distribute cable and satellite content throughout their property or business is a big draw. In MDUs, offering viewing packages is a simple way to attract and retain tenants. Hotels rely on video entertainment to helps guests feel more at home. Distributed video on college campuses can help inform students in the classroom and entertain them in recreation spaces, dining halls, and dorm rooms. The opportunities in the enterprise space are limitless.
ATX helps cost-effectively deliver cable and satellite content to any number of displays throughout facilities of any size, offering viewers more advanced capabilities, while reducing installation, energy, and equipment costs. The company works closely with service providers, integrators, and owners, offering the agility and flexibility to quickly deliver the perfect solution to address their specific needs. ATX products allow for the decryption, encryption, and transitioning of video between QAM, IP, and analog to accommodate any infrastructure, while enabling smaller operators to bolster their offering with high-speed data services to meet the demand for over-the-top video or managed IPTV services. In addition, the company offers all-in-one solutions that decode, decrypt, re-encrypt, and rebroadcast content in IP, QAM, or analog NTSC output, while providing end-to-end content protection from uplink to the TV.