MX1 to Demonstrate Cloud Services Platform at IBC 2017

MX1, the subsidiary of satellite operator SES, will demonstrate the latest enhancements for its MX1 360 media services platform at IBC.

MX1 also teases that it will announce several big-name customer deployments for its platform during the show.

The company wants to demonstrate how how broadcasters and other content providers can simplify content preparation, packaging, management, validation, playout, and OTT multiscreen delivery. Several new features will be shown that simplify global video distribution.

“Powered by hybrid cloud and on-premise software and infrastructure, MX1 360 enables users to reach a wider audience, better monetise media and video assets, and deliver a superior viewing experience,” it says.

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