At the 2018 IBC Show, Crystal highlightied their new Crystal Connect with VidTime, which allows users to deploy addressable advertising across all broadcast advertising inventory including scheduled programming and live sports or news. Additionally, it can be deployed across all platforms from traditional television delivered by cable & satellite to connected TVs via OTT.
Solving a problem that has plagued many large media events online, Broadpeak has developed nanoCDN, an advanced bit rate (ABR) multicast technology platform that enables cable and Telecom operators to deal with millions of TV viewers and unpredictable peaks of online traffic.
At IBC Net Insight showed their solutions for glass-to-glass live streaming from remote venue to central broadcast facility and finally on to the OTA and OTT viewer, with ultra-low latency throughout the chain.
ATEME demonstrated new technology and advances in high-quality video delivery across multiple video codecs in its stand at IBC.
It’s not quite game, set, and match for traditional broadcasters when it comes to sports, but the writing is certainly on the wall. At a time when content has become commoditized, meaning the old adage of “build it and they will come” has never been less relevant. How should OTT providers respond?
Viaccess-Orca made a move to the cloud this year with the launch of Voyage -TVaaS. And at IBC, the company will showcase its latest solutions in security, data analytics, and immersive video experiences.