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KLK5

A gene on chromosome 19q13.33 that encodes a protein thought to be involved in desquamation; it is expressed in the skin, breast, brain and  testes.
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Built with terrestrial over-the-air, direct-broadcast satellite, terrestrial cable/MSO, and OTT Internet streaming providers in mind, the FAST-STREAM OTT system interfaces with automation and uses timestamps to insert SCTE 104 metadata frame accurately and deterministically into baseband SDI.
Elemental will exhibit at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo in booth 614.
The next element in the chain is an encoder, such as the Cobalt 9223, that compresses the feed for transmission and converts the baseband SCTE 104 markers into their digital representation, SCTE 35.
Streamliner's rules-based engine provides for the application of deterministic information within the SCTE 104 messages, which in turn could instruct the downstream splicer to play alternate content from an ad server, for example.
At the 2012 SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, Harmonic is also introducing its new high-density compact SUPRALinkA and PWRLinkA modules.
David committed a significant amount of time and effort to the games, judging an average of almost 50 games across the country every year," said Robin Fenton, director chapter support, SCTE.
We're excited that CableLabs will be on the exhibit floor at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2011 with a unique display of mission-critical tools addressing current and forthcoming cable-supported technologies," said Terry Cordova, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for Suddenlink Communications and the Program Committee Chair for the 2011 SCTE event.
Using SCTE 130 and IAB VAST and inserting on iPad and Android devices, SeaChange will show how its Infusion Advanced Advertising solution for linear and on-demand advertising is designed to help service providers manage centralized operations and scale to 150,000 insertable channels and millions of assets managed from increasingly web-centric and virtualized datacenters.
These profiles, combined with Web Service Description Language (WSDL) descriptions that define the functionality and parameters of web services involved in SCTE 130 implementations, can be used to test all elements and attributes of messages in an environment that emulates real-world deployments.
SPATIALinfo, an active member in the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) in developing GIS standards, is now actively involved with the SCTE Smart Energy Management Initiative (SEMI) to drive standards that support efficient energy use in communications facilities, such as head-ends and hubs.
SCTE members may now utilize the CommScope Infrastructure Academy's broadband courses as a means to earn SCTE recertification units toward SCTE credential recertification.