Virtualization, on-prem, and off-prem are just a few of the new terms to find their way into the broadcaster’s dictionary. Discover how IT and HPC technologies are impacting broadcast television to revolutionize your operation.
Computer game apps read compressed artificial world descriptions from a disk file. This artificial world is regenerated by the CPU and loaded into the GPU where it is displayed to the gamer. The gamer’s actions are fed back to the GPU which dynamically modifies the artificial world it displays.
As the world prepares for 2020, broadcasters, video content creators and providers grapple with new formats and distribution models, and what it takes to test and maintain them.
Hackers are always improving the level of sophistication and constantly finding new surface areas to attack – resulting in the surging volume and frequency of cyberattacks.
An engineering assessment of broadcast TV T&M needs and solutions in late 2019 suggests the new decade will bring more needs and solutions. A revelation such as this was once news.
The use of photorealistic technology is changing the way broadcasters are looking at virtual sets. Now it is possible to create scenes that are indistinguishable from reality, which provides excellent new possibilities for enhancing storytelling.
In the fourth and final part of this series, we wrap up with an explanation on how PTP is used to support SMPTE ST 2110 based services, we dive into timing constraints related to using COTS (Commercial Off-The-Shelf) hardware, i.e.: servers.
The recent launch of Apple’s TV Plus service bulked up with original TV shows costing $6 billion to produce has disrupted global attempts to unify streaming behind a common set of protocols for encoding, packaging, storing and playing back video delivered over the internet.
As the amount of data in the world keeps exponentially multiplying, a Holy Grail in research is finding a way to reliably preserve that data for the ages. Researchers are now closing in on methods to make data permanent. The problem is there is no way to be absolutely sure it will work far into the future.