Motorola Wins Emmy for Technology & Engineering!

Arris Team January 3, 2013

And the winner is…. Motorola Home! 

We’re the proud recipient of an Emmy Award for engineering creativity in localized ad insertion.  The Engineering Achievement Committee of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences recognized Motorola's CherryPicker video processing platform for its contributions to the base IP architecture and Digital Program Insertion (DPI) for serving localized ads across digital programming—an essential part of next-generation cable advertising. 

CherryPicker is celebrating its 14th anniversary as a leading digital video platform for cable that uses statistical multiplexing to convey the best possible video quality using the least possible bandwidth. The result is that cable operators can seamlessly and economically insert localized ads into their programming. 

Motorola has a long history of Emmy Award-winning products and solutions—recognizing outstanding achievements in encryption and security, digital TV processing, standards and set-top boxes. This year's award marks the company's ninth Emmy. 

We’ll receive the honor on January 10 at the Bellagio Hotel during the International Consumer Electronics Show. Congrats to the CherryPicker team, and everyone at Motorola Home, for this amazing honor!

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