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At the IBC 2016 Show NewTek will unveil a second-generation of its increasingly popular Network Device Interface (NDI) technology that includes a variety of new features, performance improvements, and full compatibility with all existing versions of NDI.
In their effort to reduce bandwidth consumption, particularly for adaptive bit rate services over the internet, compression and transcoding vendors supplying the broadcast industry are incrementally making the move to software-centric solutions as the best option. Most say it provides the most flexible and efficient way to distribute video to the variety of Internet-connected consumer display devices.
Elber will present new products at IBC 2016. These will include the TwinWave Dual Link FODU 17/24/26 GHz, the XPM Portable HD Microwave Link, the WAYBER Audio STL, the CLEBER3 Flexible Platform, and the ESSPx-Ku200 SSPA/SSPB Ku-Band 200W GaN.
The forthcoming transition to ATSC 3.0 will usher in the need for higher data rates and more channel capacity in the over-the-air architecture. Broadcasters will apply their experience as “Bit Managers” in the studio infrastructure to the RF operation, with the knowledge that more power leads to higher quality of service (QoS).
Customer demand led to the development and supply of a 2 port Ku band feed design suitable for Elite and other manufacturer’s satcom antennas.
Media services firm Arkena has selected Ateme to work on its new cloud transcoding service.
At IBC 2016, V-Nova will spotlight the latest developments of V-Nova PERSEUS video encoding software solutions, including live Full HD sports over mobile and VR / 360 video.
Hiltron’s SORBAS family of products will make their European exhibition debut at IBC2016.
Argentina’s Non Stop has selected the ATEME Titan codec to encode its HD and 4K / UHD content, to be delivered to their customers in different types of file formats - from Apple ProRes .mov or JPEG 2000 IMF- matching Netflix technical specifications.