IBC sees the launch of what Ericsson claims is the industry’s most innovative live subtitling solution. The realtime speech-to-text platform is designed to respond to the needs of major broadcast clients by supporting live subtitling in various languages. Ericsson Broadcast and Media Services is showing how it believes this enterprise-level, schedule-driven software platform facilitates a measurable increase in quality through best-in-class speech recognition and stenography applications, enabling broadcasters to find new ways to enhance their services and benefit from previously unavailable real-time metadata feeds.
Ericsson Broadcast and Media Services is also presenting the latest updates from its OTT service strategies, featuring an end-to-end solution scope including pay-as-you-grow commercial modelling, integrated DRM and CDN selection technology. The company is also showcasing its latest global playout service strategy, featuring hosted and remote technology management and flexible operations modules for global and domestic broadcasters.
“It is ever more important to have the flexibility and necessary level of infrastructure to deliver world-leading managed services that connect the world’s content to audiences everywhere,” said Thorsten Sauer, head of Ericsson Broadcast and Media Services, “and that is what Ericsson Broadcast and Media Services is demonstrating at this year’s IBC.