ATEME has announced the enhancement of its TITAN software suite to lower the total cost of ownership for the contribution and distribution of video.
Leveraging a full modular architecture, TITAN can now be used as a universal receiver/gateway/transcoder with low latency and high-density, software-based encoder/decoder on the same server. It supports any input format, all CODECs, any I/O (IP, L-Band, ASI, SDI, baseband over IP) and includes features for high-value-media such as BISS-CA, the EBU Tech royalty free, open standard which secures the content and manages In-Band Conditional Access.
A front panel with LCD monitoring and configuration panel is also available for on-field operations. The unique combination of these features makes TITAN the world’s first 100% COTS-based solution for contribution and distribution.
- Low OPEX with high quality of service: Leveraging ATEME’s award winning stream algorithm, TITAN produces high quality stream at lower bitrate. It enables content distributors to optimize bandwidth delivery
- Full flexibility: As TITAN natively supports all CODECs and resolutions, it can be easily used for a broad range of use cases from UHD to mobile contribution without adding any additional processes to your operations
- Future-proof and high ROI: ATEME’s active involvement in major video standard organizations makes sure that its TITAN solution is always at the cutting edge of the latest technologies
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