Showcasing how its product suite has developed since the company’s launch a year ago, Piksel will be demonstrating solutions which build on its Piksel Palette modular service-orientated architecture framework to give what the company claims is maximum flexibility, cost efficiencies and unprecedented time to market.
Piksel says that it will highlight the importance of its building block approach in enabling the delivery of content and first-class user experiences, which allow its customers to pick and choose the solutions they want, based on legacy infrastructures and future needs.
Piksel will also demonstrate how it believes it is helping content creators, aggregators and distributors maximise the opportunities of TV Everywhere through newly launched adaptable, future-proofed solutions which allow them to keep pace with viewer demand for better, more sophisticated end experiences. Through what the company describes as a ‘no one-size-fits-all’ approach, Piksel will show how it is helping its customers evolve their infrastructures and business models in line with the industry shift towards a fully realised multi-screen environment.
Visitors to Piksel’s stand will also be able to see new and existing solutions and services for the faith video market, sports sector and enterprise space where the company says it is enabling its customers to leverage the power of video for integrated communications with their target audiences.
Piksel will also be showcasing managed services, online video, second screen and user design technologies.