ATEME Highlights Video Delivery Solutions at IBC 2018

ATEME demonstrated new technology and advances in high-quality video delivery across multiple video codecs in its stand at IBC.

ATEME focused on new processing power supporting higher-quality video quality across all codecs: MPEG-2, H.264, HEVC and in AV1, the 100% royalty-free codec. Support for these codecs is already part of the company's production TITAN video solution. In addition, ATEME will be showcasing how its Content Adaptive Streaming algorithm using Machine Learning can be applied to video quality and bandwidth savings - without any operational impact - in both offline and live workflows. Providing state-of-the-art consumer experiences is a key focus at the ATEME booth, which featured a cross section of the various HDR, HFR, and Next Generation Audio technologies.

Highlighted technologies on stand:

Agile Contribution:

ATEME demonstrated its low latency, high density encoders and decoders, supporting all codecs, with any I/O: IP, ASI, SDI, baseband over IP. New was its scheduler that can efficiently and dynamically manage 100’s of IRDs receiving live content protected by BISS-CA, the EBU’s royalty-free, open-standard solution for encryption.

The Video Datacenter Expert:

ATEME continues to expand its TITAN micro-services by including a unique workflow distributed processing and origin server, enabling Just-In-Time-Packaging/Transcoding (JITP/JITT). ATEME demonstrated its new scheduling solution for dynamic channel management and ads monetization at a central headend or in the regions.

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