Ross Video to acquire Norpak

Norpak makes encoders and data insertion products.
Ross's Norpak buy follows last month's takeover of Codan.
Ross's Norpak buy follows last month's takeover of Codan.


Ross Video has entered into an agreement to acquire Norpak Corporation, which is majority owned by Rovi Corporation.

Norpak is the manufacturer of Nielsen encoders and closed captioning inserters as well as VBI, VANC and transport stream data insertion products.

Norpak has been an openGear partner for the past 3 years and offers a range of openGear-compliant data insertion products.

“We are excited to expand our corporate capabilities deeply into the data insertion technology area,” said David Ross, CEO, Ross Video,

“Norpak’s product portfolio and experience in broadcast data insertion will help Ross provide more complete customer solutions and will be a significant benefit to our openGear and other product lines as we move forward.”

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