CJ Hello workflow diagram.
Korean cable operator CJ Hello has deployed an ATEME Titan Live software solution for MPEG-2 HD transcoding and delivery of high-quality video services to viewers.
Kim Hongik, CTO, CJ Hello commented: “Having initially implemented Titan to virtualize our traditional hardware-based technology last year, we are now pleased to choose ATEME again to deliver high-quality video services to our viewers. Its solution has the best video quality and offers more efficient MPEG-2 bandwidth saving than any other vendor while also providing unparalleled support, a flexible system architecture and operational simplicity.”
Titan Live is described as a hardware agnostic, real-time multi-channel/format solution designed for processing SD, HD and Ultra HD content for any screen. It enables CJ Hello to deliver a premium experience to its customers while providing lower OPEX and flexible operations.
Based on ATEME’s implementation of MPEG-2 (HE-MPEG-2), CJ Hello is able to save bandwidth and add additional HD channels to existing transponder, the company says.
Boyang An, sales director, ATEME added: “Trust and loyalty are the essential building blocks for forming a long-term relationship with customers. By being chosen by CJ Hello again proves we have understood its priorities and the need to provide content of the best quality to its current and future audiences in millions of homes across Korea.”
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