IBC 2013 – AMSTERDAM. As the debate over the future of the set-top box rippled across IBC, Pace has been showing what the future of the market might look light.
Pace is to show IBC visitors a pre-integrated, open platform for the multiscreen, connected home.
Increasing demand for new media server products has helped Pace increase revenues by 31% with US product continuing to dominate.
Pace says it has made significant progress in the rationalisation of it supply chain.
Pace has confirmed it is bidding for Motorola’s Home business and has submitted a non-binding proposal for the division with owners Google.
Jim Lomax is returning to Pace after a nine-year absence. He has been appointed SVP sales & marketing following a brief spell at Amino Communications.
The video infrastructure market generated revenues of $8.6 billion (€6.7 billion) for technology vendors in Q2 2012, according to Synergy Research Group.
Humax is to supply BT Vision with set-top boxes for its tailored YouView service, Broadband TV News has confirmed, turning away from Pace that has supplied the IPTV service since its inception.
Pace has confirmed its Helium Unified Gateway Software is to support the rollout of Bouygues Telecom’s gateway platform.
Latens, the cardless CA technology owned by Pace, has been selected by the Belgian cable operator Telenet.