● The multinational company, leader in video delivery and video compression, will have solutions demos, presentations and panels at the show.
● Low-latency streaming deployments and the use of 5G for both broadcast and streaming, and the demo of next-generation video codec VVC will be some of the innovations to be presented in Las Vegas.
● Ateme will present solutions addressing challenges throughout the video-delivery workflow – including contribution to the Cloud, media supply chain management, Cloud distribution, NextGen TV with Dynamic Ad Insertion, low-latency streaming, as well as monetization– in booth W3512.
Las Vegas, 5th April 2022 - Ateme will return to the 2022 NAB Show in Las Vegas, from 24th to 27th of April, to showcase its end-to-end solutions for video delivery - from contribution and media supply chain management all the way to the CDN - as well as its monetization options including Dynamic Ad Insertion and Open Caching CDN.
Ateme’s participation in the NAB Show, the world's leading marketplace and event for professionals in media and entertainment, will combine use cases demonstrations, presentations and panel debates, both at Ateme’s stand (W3512) and in other areas of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
As a global leader in video compression, delivery and streaming solutions with innovation at its core, Ateme will demonstrate low-latency deployments such as the one announced recently, 5G streaming projects such as NESTED, and the next-generation video coding codec, VVC, delivered to a screen for the first time at the NAB Show this year. The efficiency of this codec has already been proved in the innovation labs of some recent premium sports events.
“This year, our participation in the 2022 NAB Show is full of surprises. We are thrilled to showcase how our end-to-end multi/hybrid Cloud solutions help our customers drive the acquisition of new viewers with smooth and flawless delivery, while generating new revenue flow,’ says Remi Beaudouin, Chief Strategy Officer at Ateme. ‘’By owning and mastering the full technology stack of compression, packaging and streaming – and so all the server-side analytics associated with these – we are in a unique position to provide solutions that can dynamically deliver the best content experience.”
Mickaël Raulet, CTO of Ateme, will be presenting the paper Broadcast Technologies: The Future of Delivery & 5G, detailing how to deliver linear TV over 5G broadcast using readily available commodity tools and commercial devices, and discussing potential synergies with ATSC 3.0 A/331 as well as the possibilities for Brazil’s TV 3.0 project.
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Notes: Press Release - ATEME - Las Vegas, 5th April 2022