Ateme will return to IBC in Amsterdam to showcase its end-to-end solutions for video delivery - from contribution and media supply chain management all the way to the CDN - as well as its monetization options, including Dynamic Ad Insertion and 5G.
As a global leader in video compression, delivery and streaming solutions with innovation at its core, Ateme will demonstrate how it enables service and streaming providers to deliver a superior quality of experience on any screen, for live and video-on-demand services.
The company will showcase high-efficiency fixed wireless access alongside video delivery within stadiums and for in-car entertainment over 5G. Ateme will prove how its high-density technologies can streamline operations, boost the viewing experience, and slash the carbon footprint of video delivery.
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