OBE Delivers Solutions For Indian Market

Open Broadcast Systems (OBE) will be demonstrating a range of encoding and decoding products at Broadcast India this month.

Kieran Kunhya, Managing Director, Open Broadcast Systems, commented: “The Indian market is very unique, with media companies favouring homegrown hardware which is often delivered at a lower price point. Because our solutions are entirely flexible, we can serve that market with up-to-the-minute software solutions running on any hardware.”

During the conference, Kieran Kunhya will be presenting RIST - A New Protocol for Video Transport over the Internet. His presentation, on 18th October, will outline the benefits of RIST compared to other single-vendor protocols. It will also explain OBS’ experiences of deploying RIST around the world on high profile contribution feeds which serve millions of viewers.

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