Multi-network Solutions in the Real World Forum at ANGA COM

ANGA COM 2014: Dorint an der Messe Hotel. The shift to an all-IP video delivery architecture is a key aspect of converged cable access platforms. It’s apparent that software subsystems are becoming vital components across the media delivery chain. Competitive pay-TV operators are recognizing that delivering linear and on-demand services to broadcast-hybrid receivers is critical […]

Bridge – Bridging delivery quality

ANGA COM 2014. Stand V10. Norwegian Bridge Technologies (www.bridgetech.tv) creates advanced systems for ensuring high-quality, profitable digital media service delivery in broadcast, cable, satellite, OTT and telecoms applications. Including analysis, measurement, and monitoring systems, intelligent redundancy switching, and comprehensive analytics solutions for TV-Everywhere providers.

MACOM shows passive and active extensions

ANGA COM 2014. Booth P28. US, microwave, cable and satellite technology pioneer MACOM (or M/A Com to oldtimers) is presenting its active and passive components within the infrastructure and customer premise equipment, enabling deployment of DOCSIS 3.1 equipment by cable operators, to keep up ‘with the exponential growth in data demand while leveraging previously deployed […]

Net Insight shows how to get better input to the headend

ANGA COM 2014. Net Insight. Cable operators could have significantly better input quality to the headend, resulting in a more efficient encoding/transcoding process, and gaining an competitive advantage over other operators by offering more/better channels and Quality of Experience. All by switching from narrow band satellite feeds to its ‘efficient and scalable transport solutions for […]