ATEME, the leader in video-delivery solutions for broadcast, cable TV, DTH, IPTV and OTT, today announced it has received three Technology & Engineering Emmy® awards from The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) for its outstanding achievements in video compression that affect media delivery and distribution.
Paris, Denver, Singapore, Sydney, January 26, 2020 - ATEME, the only company in the industry with full ownership of all aspects of pixel processing, has been recognized by NATAS in three categories:
• Development of Perceptual Metrics for Video Encoding Optimization: recognizing ATEME’s Quality Index, a perceptual video quality metric which mimics the human visual system by using a database of 10,000+ assets, including in UHD and HDR, and advanced machine learning (ML) techniques.
• Artificial Intelligence Optimization for Video Compression: acknowledging ATEME’s Content Adaptive Encoding, a set of tools built on ML algorithms which allow users to reduce bitrate and optimize CDN delivery without significant impact on latency or density.
• Development of Massive Processing Optimized Compression Technologies: saluting ATEME’s efficient use of microservices in scalable clusters to distribute transcoding of multi-screen VOD assets.
Overall, the three Emmy® Awards celebrate ATEME’s achievements in optimal integration of all components that impact video quality of experience.
Mickaël Raulet, CTO of ATEME, said: “We are honored to see the work of our experts acknowledged in this way. On behalf of ATEME, I would like to thank the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for recognizing ATEME’s future-proof approach to the complex and critical task of video compression.”
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Notes: Press Release - Ateme - Paris, Denver, Singapore, Sydney, January 26, 2021