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NACE Announces LG CodePlus™ Transcoder Program and Free HDTV Equipment Program

uly 20th, 2012- Las Vegas, NV. - North American Cable Equipment, Inc. (NACE) announced today a new addition to their commercial family of HDTV headend Transcoders. With system pricing up to 40% lower than other products in the market, the LG CodePlus™ PIVD100R has revolutionized the economics for delivering HD to Commercial Hospitality environments.


LG

The LG CodePlus™ PIVD100R Pro:Idiom® Video Distribution Transcoder System provides an eight HDTV solution for system providers who provide satellite delivered content to commercial facilities (hotels, hospitals, etc.) The PIVD100R incorporates eight 100BaseTX X-Ports that connect up to eight satellite set-top boxes (STBs) from DIRECTV®. The PIVD100R converts satellite MPEG-4 HD programming to an encrypted, encoded transport stream. A Pro:Idiom-compatible television is required to view premium HD content.

Special incentives are available for a limited time including FREE 8 channel HD Pro:Idiom®systems for qualified activations through
NACE.

"NACE's key market advantage is that we are a licensed LG Pro:Idiom® systems provider for Lodging and Institutions markets," commented Aaron Starr CEO of NACE. "To that end, NACE can extend that license as a disseminator to the property for placement of equipment so the HD television content can be Pro:Idiom® secured," continued Starr.

NACE operates under the Pro:Idiom® Content Protection System Provider Agreement, which requires NACE to retain title to Pro:Idiom® headend equipment.

North American Cable Equipment, Inc., founded in 1992 and located in Las Vegas, NV, West Chester, PA, and St. Louis, MO is a leading supplier and specialist in Satellite television processing and distribution technologies.

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