The Agama SERIES 5 evolves into a wider support solution for broadcasters and video operators. It has several innovative key characteristics that enable operators to work in a data-driven way across departments and workflows.
Bridge Technologies has launched the VB330V, a virtual counterpart to the VB330 hardware probe for core networks. Like the VB330, the VB330V is for high-traffic monitoring in core networks but the VB330V operates on any standard high-performance server blade.
UK based Packet Ship will be showing its end to end pre-integrated OTT software platform at IBC 2015 with particular emphasis on security and efficient streaming.
As online video comes of age, it must match legacy broadcast services for traditional features such as consistent access to subtitles. This will be a focus of separate demonstrations at IBC 2015 from the EBU (European Broadcasting Union) and Institut für Rundfunktechnik GmbH (IRT), the research arm of German broadcasters ARD, ZDF and DLR, along with Austria’s ORF and Swiss public broadcaster SRG / SSR.
TV Everywhere leader Anvato enables some of pay TV’s most exciting brands to reach viewers on tablets and smartphones on the go.
Leading into IBC, it’s clear that IP live production dominates discussion. To give the debate some context we’ve assembled a panel of experts who will share their viewpoints on the adoption of IP. Here is Steve Plunkett, CTO at Ericsson Broadcast & Media Services.
Net Insight will expand its Nimbra platform, allowing the media transport system to deliver high quality live, interactive and on-demand media content to audiences anywhere in the world. Nimbra, the vendor said, provides carrier grade performance and availability, with flexibility for future capacity growth and functional needs.
Canadian multi-screen software vendor Espial will demonstrate Orange Cle TV featuring its HTML5 based client software for User Experience (UX) at IBC 2015. Launched in July in France, Orange is promoting the dongle based version of its Orange TV service accessed via an HDMI stick marketed as “Cle TV”, or the TV Key. It is available to Orange’s 24.3 million French mobile customer base, 42% of the country’s cellular market.
Exterity, a UK based provider of enterprise IPTV technologies for secure distribution of live, on-demand and recorded video over IP, will demonstrate its complete IP video product portfolio at IBC 2015. The main focus is on the enterprise with products that protect content as it is distributed across corporate networks.