DG2L unveils cost effective set-top box

MUMBAI: DG2L Technologies provider of H.264 based next generation media solutions has launched the N100 entry-level set-top box priced at $35 (Rs 1500) and packs superior features than many other products in its category.


DG2L’s STBs can be customized and used for cable, satellite, IPTV as well as terrestrial networks.


DG2L Technologies CEO Ankur Sheth said, “With the ever-increase number of pay-TV subscribers we are really pleased to offer our STBs at such a competitive price and provide customer specific customization right in their backyard. Since our development center is in Pune, India, the customers will benefit from quicker turn around times and a robust support structure”. 


The N100 is a low-cost, high quality set top box and a perfect starting point for introducing consumers to digital television. Ideal for entry-level applications such as free-to-air and pay television, it supports all DVB/MPEG-2 compliant transmissions. It delivers a good performance thanks to its 32-bit MIPS CPU. Furthermore, a dedicated transport RISC-based demultiplexer engine and DVB descrambler meet most DVB pay-TV specifications and leave the CPU free to handle other tasks. The N100 STB gives the consumers an easy route to production-ready, entry-level STB’s with complete hardware and software turnkey solutions for global digital satellite, cable and terrestrial operations.


DG2L is headquartered in New York, has manufacturing operations in Taiwan, registered office in Singapore, Europe Support in Brussels (Belgium) and R & D centers in Mumbai and now in Pune. It also has marketing and sales offices in Silicon Valley (Newark, CAUSA), Beijing (China) as well as Mumbai. DG2L has pioneered the set-top box market to offer a Hybrid H.264 based DVB/IP High Definition Set Top Box. The company is the one of the first ever to introduce an MPEG-4 based Digital Content Management and today the Neuron Set Top Box is in its 3rd generation, gaining business interest from leading global DVB and IPTV service providers in various markets.