Harmonic Focuses on Unified Video Delivery for NAB 2019

The company claims it has unified video delivery solutions for all deployment scenarios, including SaaS, cloud and hybrid environments. The result is smarter, faster and simpler distribution of OTT and broadcast channels.

At the 2019 NAB Show, Harmonic will demonstrate enhanced channel origination workflow capabilities in the cloud for its VOS360 media processing as a service, which leverages playout and graphic branding functionalities to maximize efficiency and monetization.

Harmonic will also showcase dynamic ad insertion capabilities for the service that enable operators to deliver advanced targeted advertisements and replace content during blackouts.

The company will highlight OTT and broadcast delivery solutions, including HDR channel origination, statmux, and disaster recovery scenarios.

Harmonic will demonstrate media over IP studio production and UHD playout workflows, featuring software-based Spectrum X media servers controlled by third-party automation systems.

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