Cherry Picker

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Cherry Picker

In numismatics, a collector or dealer who looks through collections and buys only the rare or otherwise valuable coins. These coins may be valuable, but they are illiquid assets.
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Our new DM 6400-IPTV Network CherryPicker -- which is 'telco optimized' with the new bundle of MPEG-4/AVC software and Gigabit Ethernet connectivity -- provides telecom carriers with the field-proven ability to insert content and advertising in the digital domain, without the complexity and cost of decoding and re-encoding processes.
The cherrypickers are mainly used in the construction, forestry and estates management and aircraft maintenance industries.
NOTE: Terayon, CherryPicker and the Terayon logo are registered trademarks of Terayon Communication Systems, Inc.
Terayon's CherryPicker Complements Tadiran Scopus' End-to-End Digital System
More than 800 CherryPickers are already deployed worldwide by such other leading operators as Cablecom, Charter, Cogeco, Cox, MediaOne, Suburban, Time Warner, Telegeneve and Videotron.
More than 700 CherryPickers have been deployed by such leading cable operators as Adelphia, Cablecom, Charter, Cogeco, Cox, Suburban, Time Warner, Telegeneve and Videotron.
Ensuring that our DVB customers can always get the most advanced digital video solutions from Philips led us to remarket Terayon's CherryPicker co- branded by Philips," said Ad Beemer, digital transmission system product manager for Philips Digital Networks.
The Terayon CherryPickers are being deployed at KDMC's "super" headend where they will aggregate, process and distribute digital video programming to the local and regional headends of each consortium member.
A Bill Shankly, who went on to become Liverpool manager, was just getting started in the game when the Cherrypickers folded.
The interface modules can be ordered today and can also be added to DM 6400 and DM 3200 Network CherryPickers that have already been deployed.