Motorola's DVi1000 digital cable DVB set-top and MediaCipher (R) conditional access system, have been certified by the State Administration for Radio, Film and Television (SARFT). SARFT is the recognized industry standards organization in China that regulates the technology performance and interoperability of digital cable equipment.
The certifications ensure that all elements are interoperable in China's fast growing digital cable market. Earlier this year, Motorola received SARFT certification for several digital headend products. SARFT is charged with enabling the efficient and effective deployment of both cable infrastructure and consumer premise equipment.
"Digital cable promises greater programming content options for consumers, as well as new services and interactive applications," Dan Sutorius said, vice president of Market Development, Digital Media Systems for Motorola. "As a committed innovator of the emergence of digital cable in China, Motorola provides not only end-to-end solutions, but also products that are interoperable with other systems."
to Daily News