Among the highlights of Cisco’s IBC presence are its virtualised video processing (V2P) solutions for the entire video infrastructure, consolidating multiple separate infrastructures into a single, cloud-based, virtualised solution. Also on show is the company’s offering in security for the virtualised video environment across the entire attack continuum, including video streaming, end point, network, data centre, web and email security.
Demonstrations of broadcast video production over IP are featured, as are programmable private and hybrid cloud infrastructures for the media data centre to support secure, elastic, scalable and flexible workflow requirements. New business and monetisation models with Video Everywhere delivered as a service are also on show, together with advertising substitution and advanced viewer analytics.
The latest in home CPE leveraging HEVC/4K UHD, Wi-Fi, RDK-B, and Gateway architecture providing seamless in-home video and data distribution are also a focus for Cisco. The company is showing various third-party demonstrations that integrate Cisco media-centric hardware with virtualised software solutions, and which can accelerate media-implementation.