Ateme Enables FPT Play’s Digital Revolution Through OTT

Vietnamese OTT service provider, FPT Play, implemented Ateme’s Titan to replace its OTT headend and to offer the latest OTT services.

Having previously implemented Ateme’s live event encoder for OTT, FPT Play has now selected Titan to replace its OTT headend. TITAN provides FPT Play with a full compression solution which offers high-quality video services.

Nguyen Duc Long, sales director, Ateme added: “After the extensive evaluation process FPT Play has undertaken over the last six months, we are proud to continue to be part of the company’s digital revolution. We’re glad that ATEME could provide unparalleled support as well as a uniquely flexible license scheme allowing for much easier planning and management.”

The solution leverages ATEME’s continuous research and innovation in video quality, exploring the latest improvements in delivering low latency and high bandwidth efficiency over the internet with CMAF and Constant Quality Rate algorithms.

You might also like...

The Sponsors Perspective: Sound All Around At The Farm

The Farm is a leading full-service post production group that started in Soho, London, subsequently opening facilities in Manchester and Bristol in the UK, and West Hollywood in Los Angeles. The Farm is well known for its ground-breaking creative approaches…

Data Recording and Transmission: Reed Solomon Codes - Part 22

The Reed Solomon codes are defined by what the decoder expects to see and the encoder has to be configured to suit that.

The Sponsors Perspective: Immersive Audio From The A1’s Perspective

Felix Krückels is a certified audio engineer who graduated from the Detmold University of Music and has been involved in immersive audio since 2012. He was there when NHK launched its Super Hi-Vision project with the help of Lawo.

MPEG Latest H.266 Codec Runs Into Stiff Competition

The latest MPEG codec H.266 has been unveiled by Germany’s Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute with claims it will at least double the compression efficiency of its predecessor H.265, also known as HEVC.

Data Recording and Transmission: Reed-Solomon Error Correcting Codes - Part 21

The explosion in digital technology that led to Compact Discs, DVD, personal computers, digital cameras, the Internet and digital television broadcasting relies heavily on a small number of enabling technologies, one of which is the use of Reed-Solomon error correcting…