At IBC 2022, Broadpeak will highlight how pay-TV operators, content providers, and OTT players can provide a compelling video streaming experience to subscribers with the company’s software deployed on-premises, offered as a service, or a hybrid of both.
Broadpeak’s CDN, multicast ABR, and other advanced streaming solutions ensure a superior quality of experience (QoE) and enable the collaboration between operators and content providers.
Key highlights at the show will include:
Future-Proofing Video Delivery With Advanced CDN
They will demonstrate how its Advanced CDN is future-proofed for video delivery by leveraging an open, dynamic, and elastic architecture, as well as how the new steering center makes its Advanced CDN context-aware and allows operators to control which CDN features are being used for each session with a very fine granularity based on the request characteristics.
Improving Video QoE and Monetization With Multicast ABR
The nanoCDN multicast ABR (mABR) solution brings scalability and low latency to the live multiscreen video delivery environment. Attendees can see how nanoCDN improves QoE, especially at peaks, with real-world examples of collaboration between network operators and content providers for highly popular OTT content. In addition, Broadpeak will highlight the efficiency of mABR for targeted ad delivery.
Open Caching for Reduced Traffic and Improved Video Streaming QoE
As a member of the SVA Open Caching Initiative, Broadpeak will explain how implementing an in-network, open caching system can solve traffic problems and enable cooperation between content owners and pay-TV operators.
Simplifying Advanced Video Streaming With broadpeak.io
broadpeak.io, its software-as-a-service that streamlines video streaming will be on show. In addition, Broadpeak will introduce the Video Edge CDN, a revolutionary and simple way to buy CDN capacity from internet service providers. Broadpeak’s API-based platform offers content providers, pay-TV operators, and OTT service providers an easy, fast, and reliable way to launch and deliver advanced streaming services to their subscribers. Demos will focus on content replacement, personalized virtual channels, as well as the newest application that simplifies dynamic ad insertion.
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