Elemental reveals plans for IBC2015

Disruptive innovations aimed at helping content providers address next-generation video complexity
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Elemental Technologies has announced plans to showcase disruptive innovations that help content providers address next-generation video complexity at IBC2015 (Hall 4, Stand 4.B80, RAI Exhibition and Conference Centre).

In addition to its full product suite, Elemental will highlight the industry’s most advanced MPEG-DASH implementation, automatic provisioning of live channels in the cloud, CDN-independent ad insertion, “second-generation” 4K with high dynamic range (HDR) and workflows for better optimizing content monetisation.

Other Elemental demonstrations at IBC2015 include a variety of live and file-based 4K and HEVC streaming applications, virtualized and cloud-based services, and linear video workflows featuring high-quality encoding integrated with advanced system management and the industry’s only 4K HEVC statistical multiplexing solution.

Elemental, along with co-founding sponsor Ericsson and association partner IBC, will also be hosting the 4K 4Charity Fun Run on September 12th at 7:30am in Amsterdam's Amstel Park.

Register for the run here to help celebrate 4K industry achievements and support international and local charities.

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