ATEME Showcases Software Headend at NAB 2019

ATEME, Paris based provider of video delivery technology for broadcasters and pay TV operators in all major categories, that is cable, DTH, IPTV and OTT, is at NAB 2019 demonstrating its converged software headend package for both contribution and distribution, supporting hybrid cloud operation to deliver video to any screen. It will support 5G and ATSC 3.0 transmission and is also ready for next generation encoding with support for 8K processing, according to the company.

As well as demonstrating this support for 8K processing, ATEME will highlight its involvement in emerging standards like VVC (Versatile Video Coding). On top of that it will show its IRD Group Manager, designed to manage 100s of reception points with BISS-CA, the EBU (European Broadcasting Union) royalty-free, open standard to operate In-Band Conditional Access and secure high-value content.

The firm is also showing its existing Contribution and Distribution portfolio in the TITAN range, highlighting a new front panel for field operations. ATEME claims this makes TITAN the world’s first 100% COTS (Commodity Off The Shelf) based solution for Contribution and Distribution.

Then as part of its TITAN modular solution, ATEME will demonstrate the latest improvements facilitating ATSC1.0/3.0 now and exploiting low-latency, artificial-intelligence-based processing for OTT streaming. 

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