Harmonic Shows SaaS Solutions For Content Providers At SMPTE and NAB NY
The Harmonic VOS360 media processing SaaS can simplify the media processing needed for OTT workflows.
At both SMPTE and NAB fall shows, Harmonic will demonstrate its software-defined and SaaS solutions targeted at OTT and next-gen TV applications.
On display at the Harmonic stand will be the VOS360 media processing SaaS, which simplifies media processing. The company said its “smarter, faster and simpler” software-centric approach for video delivery allows broadcasters, content owners and service providers to increase their business agility, launching services faster and more reliably.
The company will also demonstrate enhanced cloud-based channel origination using VOS360 SaaS. The software solution playout and graphic branding functionality creating new efficiency and monetization opportunities to support brand reinforcement and pop-up channels.
The platform can also support disaster recovery by leveraging the cloud. The SaaS approach provides disaster recovery capability for broadcast and video streaming applications, mixing the benefits of a resilient, elastic, secure offering with a usage-based pricing model.
Harmonic will also unveil new SaaS-based statistical multiplexing capabilities that enable service providers to statmux multiple UHD channels in a single pool or with HD MPEG-4 encoded channels for broadcast delivery. This bold approach allows for simultaneous support of next-generation OTT streaming and complex broadcast statmux delivery systems.
The company will also demonstrate support for Dolby AC-4, an end-to-end solution that provides broadcasters and service operators with an efficient way to deliver high-quality, accessible, immersive and personalized sound.
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