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Hunan Goke Launches DBS Decryption Chip, 11/07/11

Hunan-based TV chip provider Goke Technologies recently released its GK6105S direct-broadcast satellite (DBS) decryption chip, providing a high-performance, low-cost solution for set-top box manufacturers.

Jiang Wenbo, director of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television's (SARFT) Academy of Broadcasting Planning, recently announced that Goke's DBS decryption chips are a reasonably-priced solution for China's national "Huhutong" rural DBS initiative.

Goke COO Sui Jun recently disclosed in an interview that the company will launch a 55 nanometer decryption chip next year.

Editor's Note: For more background on this topic, please see "SARFT Rural DBS Program Targets 10 Mln Users in 2011" MD 11/02/11 issue.

Keywords: satellite TV Sui Jun government initiative Jiang Wenbo Academy of Broadcasting Planning rural television SARFT DBS Goke Technologies set-top box


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