ATEME, the emerging leader in video delivery solutions for broadcast, cable, DTH, IPTV and OTT, demonstrated its latest innovations at this year’s IBC Show, including its new TITAN Playout solution, to highlight its ongoing support for content providers, service providers and new media as they enter a new era of broadcasting.
TITAN Playout is the ideal answer to the growing demand for tailored video content: enabling both the origination of 24/7 linear TV channels and the easy creation of popup channels for short-term events or personalised programming on D2C/OTT services.
Additionally, ATEME demonstrated its latest video quality improvements across all codecs and major latency reductions, as well as:
- The latest additions to its feature-rich TITAN modular family and how it helps customers to migrate to full-IP workflows thanks to high-density SMPTE 2022-5/6 and SMPTE 2110
- Its Content Adaptive Encoding set of tools built on machine learning algorithms which allow service providers and pure OTT players to reduce bitrate, and so CDN costs, by up to 50 per cent with the same video quality
- ATEME’s linear/file full microservices converged headend running live on the booth from hybrid Cloud and covering all use cases for delivery to any screen, up to and including UHD, HEVC, Dolby AC-4 and DASH for 5G
- Its AMS application, which offers new views like service management and a scheduler for ad insertion/blackout used by content and service providers to monetise their channels’ line-up
- An end-to-end AV1 processing chain based on TITAN for encoding and decoding using Broadcom’s BCM72180 AV1 set-top box prepping a new era for OTT services
- Its ‘Future Zone’ which will display 8K streams encoded in various use cases by TITAN and how it has a key role in upcoming standards like VVC and AV2 to make this new end-user experience a success
After months of live trials using the award-winning Kyrion and TITAN solutions, ATEME also showcased how BISS-CA, the EBU’s open, interoperable and secured standard, allows broadcasters to secure high-value content in contribution and distribution to combat streaming privacy.