The Latest Feature Release for Sencore’s MRD 7000 Pushes the Boundaries of the Flagship IRD Platform

Cutting-edge feature set taken to the next level.

Sioux Falls, SD, October 31, 2019 --( Sencore, the gateway to better video delivery, has announced a feature release adding game-changing functionality to the MRD 7000. The receiver decoder once focused on contribution decoding is now a market leading multichannel, multiformat professional decoder. Capable of dense HD decoding (up to 1080P60 HEVC 4:2:2 10-bit video) and UHD contribution services makes the MRD 7000 perfect for any decode application. Staying agile is paramount in today’s market and the MRD 7000 is able to deliver.

New features introduced:
• Multi-channel decode
. 4x HD/SD or 1x UHD services per 1RU
• SMPTE 2110 UHD/HD output over 25G
• New input protocol and redundancy support
. SRT Input
. SMPTE 2022/CoP3 FEC
. SMPTE 2022-7 hitless switching
• BISS2 descrambling
• Dolby ATMOS decode and passthrough
• Dolby E passthrough
• Thumbnail preview in GUI

The MRD 7000 maintains their long tradition of ease of use, with a straight-forward user interface and web APIs and backed by Sencore’s best-in-class staff of ProCare support engineers.

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About Sencore
Sencore, the gateway to better video delivery, is an engineering leader in the development of reliable, cost-effective signal transmission and content monitoring solutions for the broadcast, cable, satellite, and IPTV markets. Backed by world-class customer service and support, Sencore's portfolio includes video contribution and distribution equipment, system monitoring and analysis solutions, and test and measurement instruments. Designed to meet the needs of an ever-changing industry, Sencore solutions ensure the efficient delivery of high-quality video from the source to the home, including the latest IP-based video delivery and multiscreen OTT technologies. More information about Sencore can be found at
Chelsea Hamann