ATEME says AV1 enables significant CDN savings.
Compression specialist ATEME, says it will have a “production ready” AV1 codec in its TITAN video delivery solution at NAB.
Using the Alliance for Open Media developed AV1, operators can deploy a royalty free solution, for both the video headend and the decoder-player. ATEME says AV1 enables significant CDN savings.
“ATEME has a proud tradition of pioneering research and continues to be in the forefront of innovation, from our investment in the first production ready H.264 10bit 422 encoder, through the first HDR UHD deployment to AV1 support in TITAN,” said Michel Artières, CEO of ATEME.
“We expect AV1 customer deployments to start in Q2 and to go into production later this year.”
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