ATEME renews partnership with Brazilian kit supplier Hitachi Kokusai Linear so that ATEME will supply the firm with ultra-low latency Kyrion encoders.
Fabio Pina, Systems Engineering General Manager, HKL, said: “We are always looking for ways to improve the quality of products and services we offer our clients and we believe that ATEME plays an important role in allowing us to do this. Our high-quality broadcast transmitters used in conjunction with ATEME’s high quality ISDB-T Kyrion video encoder represent an important differential in our product line.”
Kyrion is a multi-channel H.264 and HEVC encoder and will be used alongside HKL broadcast transmitters to support the growing demand from the broadcast market in Brazil for high quality video encoding and broadcast transmissions.
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