Harmonic brings next-gen tech to IBC

Range of solutions with simple migration paths to cloud, All-IP workflows, HEVC and more
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Harmonic, the worldwide leader in video delivery technology and services, will present its vision for monetising broadcast and OTT services and engaging viewers like never before.

A wide range of solutions will be showcased, with support for all deployment models — including software appliances, cloud and hybrid environments, as well as software-as-a-service (SaaS) — to address the varying needs of video content and service providers and their specific workflows today and in the future.

Using Harmonic's solutions, service providers can deliver crystal-clear video at the lowest possible bitrates; boost profitability through targeted advertising across all screens; and transition to a simpler, more efficient and cost-saving workflow via next-generation technologies like the cloud, all-IP workflows, HEVC and UHD-HDR.

"Change is constant across the television industry. OTT services are becoming a requirement, cloud technology is transforming the way video content is produced and delivered, the migration to all-IP is well underway and 5G networks will impact the entire mobile video ecosystem," said Bart Spriester, senior vice president, video products at Harmonic.

"Our customers need to adapt to this evolving media landscape, but change doesn't happen overnight. As the trusted video delivery partner, we know this and that's why we provide a solution for every type of workflow. At IBC2017, we'll demonstrate how traditional and emerging video service providers can deliver ultra-high-quality and personalised live and on-demand video services faster and more efficiently."

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