Visitors to the company’s stand are seeing how they may benefit from deploying Broadpeak’s BkS350 Origin Packager V2.0.
Broadpeak believes it can improve multiscreen video delivery on managed networks and the open internet through on-the-fly packaging and what the company says are unique cache management capabilities.
Broadpeak is also demonstrating nanoCDN Multiscreen for satellite. The company claimed that satellite operators can now cost-effectively deliver live and on-demand services across tablets, smartphones, connected TVs, and other
OTT devices by leveraging a STB and Broadpeak’s nanoCDN technology.
Being unveiled at IBC is Broadcache box, a local cache solution for content providers designed to dramatically reduce CDN costs while boosting subscribers’ Quality of Experience (QoE).
Also on show is Broadpeak’s umbrellaCDN. Equipped with this solution, the company said content providers can always choose the most-adapted CDN for delivering video content. Broadpeak claimed umbrellaCDN can offer a
variety of advanced capabilities, including CDN Diversity, a new technology that allows content providers to dynamically take into account the instantaneous quality of several CDNs as a service to deliver content with the highest quality possible.