Commenting on the development, Michal Bures, broadcast engineering supervisor at CRa, said: “We have developed a successful partnership with ATEME over the years, and their roadmap fits perfectly with our growth plans.
“That’s why we chose Ateme’s Titan pure-software solution. Running on any commercial off-the-shelf server, it removes all infrastructure constraints and provides us with the full flexibility we need today.
“On top of that, this future-proof solution is available on a pay-as-you-grow model, and will benefit from further Ateme R&D enhancements through simple software upgrades. We believe that the Ateme Titan solution will support us in the transition from DVB-T/MPEG-2 to DVB-T2/HEVC.”
Alexis Aubreton, EMEA sales manager at Ateme, added: “We’re thrilled to work with CRa on their major DTT launch. Ateme is committed to enabling service providers around the world with the technology necessary to continuously enhance their service portfolios.
“CRa remains at the forefront of service innovation by offering TV broadcasters and households across the country this exciting new DTT service.”