ATEME and Broadpeak have launched a new live video streaming solution that supports the emerging DVB-I standard ecosystem.
The joint solution leverages a number of technologies, such as machine learning-based encoding, multicast ABR, low-latency CMAF and HTTP chunked transfer encoding (CTE), that enable pay-TV operators going multiscreen to deliver live streams with one second of end-to-end latency.
It combines ATEME’s Content Adaptive Encoding tools within its TITAN solution with Broadpeak’s BkS350 Origin Server and Packager, BkE200 transcaster server, and nanoCDN multicast ABR solution.
“Latency is a major issue for our customers,” said Michel Artières, ATEME’s CEO. “We have implemented patented machine learning-based compression, minimising any video pipeline buffer. Through our partnership with Broadpeak we can drastically improve the quality of live video streaming.”