The Swiss IPTV box developer Albis Technologies (Hall 14.C15) is bringing a new ‘tiny’ box to IBC.
AirTies (Hall 5, B33) and Norigin Media (Hall 14, H16) are teaming up to do away with the traditional remote control and bring TV and other content from mobile devices to the TV display.
Teleste will be covering Altice’s needs for its DOCSIS 3.1 broadband access network equipment for another five years.
Harmonic (Hall1.B20) will demonstrate new software-defined video delivery that can be virtualised.
Rohde & Schwarz – R&S (Hall 7. E25) has expanded its portfolio to one that now spans the entire 4K video transmission path.
Fraunhofer’s (Hall 8. B80) broadcasting research institute, the Heinrich Hertz-Institut (HHI), has been at the forefront of MPEG compression ever since it developed the MPEG I Level 3 Audio compression, better known as MP3.
Imagine Communications (Hall 7.G20) is moving to a future defined by IP, software-defined networks and workflows, TV Everywhere and multi-screen and virtualisation enabled by the cloud.
Thomson Video Networks (Hall 14.A10) will be demonstrating its 4K playout system powered by the ViBE VS7000 HEVC encoder and the Sapphire MPEG stream server.
Echostar (Hall 1, Stand F76) is taking the opportunity to offer a ‘Sneak Peak’ demo of its new and upcoming home security and automation solution the vendor and DTH operator is previewing at the show.
Yet another 4K first, this time it is the first live 4K broadcast over Digital Terrestrial, in this case TDF’s French DVB-T2 network carrying the country’s TNT service. And compressed in the HVEC, H.265 standard.