At the 2018 IBC show, IBM Aspera introduced an extensive set of product updates designed to provide faster, easier access to Aspera technology and to showcase its high-speed data transfer solutions. Aspera continues to aggressively expand its capabilities across all major clouds to provide scalable, reliable infrastructure with the global reach required to meet the needs of live broadcasts, on demand video, and OTT content solutions.
Embracing the ‘lean engineering’ philosophy of high performing companies, such as Amazon, Google, Netflix and Tesla, will enable Grass Valley to innovate faster, and at scale.
Austrian encoding vendor Bitmovin promoted its per title optimization technology at IBC 2018. This creates unique bit ladders associating bit rates with screen resolutions on a per title basis, emulating the process Netflix has applied to its whole content catalogue.
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.
The SRT Alliance announces that Microsoft has joined the initiative supporting the SRT Open Source Project – a collaboration to continuously develop the SRT protocol and technology stack for low latency video streaming across any network.
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