DVEO is a wholly owned unit of Computer Modules, Inc., and is based in San Diego. It was founded in 1982 by an engineer who graduated from University of Waterloo in Canada and worked at Central Dynamics Ltd. in Canada, Tektronix in Canada, and Matrox in Canada and the USA. Original products were Multibus cards and CMI became a leader in a niche until the industry died as the PC took over industrial control. In 1999 we created a low cost DVB ASI PCI interface card for someone who did not want to pay $5000 for a high end card. The rest of the story is now visible in our product line today.

Our first "broadcast" product was the MPEG Shuttle which is a system product that marries MPEG-2 encoders with our own T1 and E1 interfaces. We pioneered inverse mixing of MPEG-2 over our T1 cards and created our own CSU/DSU's. Next came the DVB Master 1 in 1999. Next came the ATSC Master and the DVB Master FD. Others in far away places make copies sometimes. In January 2002 we introduced the IP Caster, our Linux based DVB to IP encapsulator. Others spent over 30 million dollars to develop similar products. We developed ours at the request of Nortel Networks at a cost of $300,000. It has built-in features such as SNMP management, supports unicast and multicast technology and other IP layers. From there we introduced T-Streamer/XXX, our industry and cost leading DVB Streamer. We believe that most of the world's STB boxes are tested with it.

The company sells single and multichannel , PCI and PCIe cards for DVB, ASI, SMPTE 310, SDI and HD-SDI I/O cards, RF Modulators including 8VSB, DVB-T, DVB-C2, ISDB-T and TDMB. It also sells 8VSB and ATSC Receivers, MPEG-2 Encoders and Decoders, DVB ASI To SMPTE 310M, 8VSB ATSC Over IP Remote Monitoring, ATSC To IP All In One Gateways and 8VSB Test Modulators.

In addition, DVEO sells streaming servers, OTT products, H.264 encoders and decoders, Digital Asset Management, Automated Ad Insertion, and a wide variety of satellite and test gear.