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Aminet

(networking)
(Amiga network) A collection of FTP mirrors that contain several gigabytes of freely distributable software for the Amiga range of computers.

Home, ftp.wustl.edu.
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264 (MPEG4/AVC) video streams and is modeled on the same award-winning design as previous AmiNET generations.
Latens Systems, Belfast, Northern Ireland, a provider of IPTV Conditional Access, has announced that CP-Tel has purchased Latens FCAS Conditional Access solution working with Amino, leading IPTV set-top box supplier, to secure IPTV services delivered to the AmiNET Series of set-top boxes.
Utah and Salt Lake Counties -- UTOPIA has selected Amino Communication's AmiNET 110 [R] set-top boxes (STBs) for its IPTV network.
The integration of EZ TV System with Amino AmiNET STBs allows users to access the entire live and on-demand video content lineup managed by EZ TV on their television screen.
Carrier-providers can download the new SmartWare(TM) to their installed CPEs to deliver packet-based video-on-demand , IPTV and streaming triple-play content to a subscriber's set-top box such as Amino Communications' Aminet 110.
The AmiNET range materially reduces service operators' capital expenditure, whilst offering the full range of specification required; MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 encoding standards, standard and high definition TV, personal video recording and home networking.
The two companies plan to integrate Amino's AmiNET series of set-top boxes (STBs), among the most proven and widely deployed in the world, with Orb's software and roll out a series of product offerings throughout the year.
Amino Communications: Based on the award-winning AmiNET range of STBs and IntAct's world-class client software technology, the AmiNET130 is a single-chip set-top box designed as an advanced solution for interactive IPTV, which supports high-definition TV output and low-bit- rate codecs.
Amino also develops and supplies the AmiNET family of digital set-top boxes, based on its software technology, which have been adopted by telecom service providers for broadband TV deployments worldwide.
Carrier-providers can download the new SmartWare(TM) to their installed CPEs to deliver packet-based video-on-demand, IPTV and streaming triple-play content to a subscriber's set-top box such as Amino Communications' Aminet 110.
264 (MPEG4/AVC) video streams and is modelled on the same award-winning design as previous AmiNET generations.
The AmiNET range materially reduces service operators' capital expenditure, whilst offering the full range of specification required; MPEG-2 and MPEG4 encoding standards, standard and high definition TV, personal video recording and home networking.