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ATEME launches sustainable UHD encoder

Encoder consumes less power, thus reducing its carbon footprint and increasing its green credentials for adopters

ATEME has launched the CM5000e, its new-generation Kyrion encoder for UHD contribution in a sustainable manner.

The encoder has been built with sustainability in mind, consuming less power, thus reducing its carbon footprint and increasing its green credentials for adopters. Contributing to its environmental benefits are the encoder’s dense integration capabilities, said the company. The encoder offers UHD remuxing and satellite or IP outputs in a single device, eliminating the need for additional hardware.

The Kyrion CM5000e includes all of the necessary features for transmission of live events while being easily accessible and simple to use. Its short booting time and low latency encoding make the CM5000e well-suited for a sports, news and entertainment coverage, added ATEME.

The company said the encoder paves the way for IP migration in the future with Zixi, SRT and RIST solutions as well as SMPTE ST 2110. It enables content protection with the latest innovations, such as the BISS-CA standard and dynamic watermarking technologies.

“The introduction of more sustainable practices is critical in the video industry and ATEME’s solutions are well equipped to meet the challenge,” Julien Mandel, contribution and distribution segment solution marketing senior director at ATEME. “We have an unmatched record in developing encoders that achieve the highest video quality levels at the lowest bitrates. Now, with Kyrion CM5000e, we are also pioneering sustainable solutions in the contribution and distribution market, and we’re committed to making a positive environmental impact.”