ATEME enhances TITAN software suite
March 26, 2019
ATEME, an emerging provider of video delivery solutions for broadcast, cable, DTH, IPTV and OTT, has announced the enhancement of its TITAN software suite to lower the total cost of ownership for contribution and distribution video transmissions.
Leveraging a full modular architecture, TITAN can be now used as a universal receiver/gateway/transcoder with low latency and high-density, software-based encoder/decoder on the same server. It supports any input format, all CODECs, any I/O (IP, L-Band, ASI, SDI, baseband over IP) and includes features for high-value-media such as BISS-CA, the EBU Tech royalty free, open standard which secures the content and manages In-Band Conditional Access. A front panel with LCD monitoring and configuration panel is also available for on-field operations. The unique combination of these features makes TITAN the world first’s 100 per cent COTS-based solution for contribution and distribution.
TITAN users will benefit from unique advantages such as:
- Low OPEX with high quality of service: Leveraging ATEME’s award winning stream algorithm, TITAN produces high quality stream at lower bitrate. It enables content distributors to optimise bandwidth delivery
- Full Flexibility: As TITAN natively supports all CODECs and resolutions, it can be easily used for a broad range of use cases from UHD to mobile contribution without adding any additional processes to your operations
- Future-proof and high ROI: ATEME’s active involvement in major video standard organisations makes sure that its TITAN solution is always at the cutting edge of the latest technologies
‘’We are thrilled that the enhancements to our TITAN software will now extend its benefits to contribution and distribution’’, commented Julien Mandel, Contribution Segment Manager at ATEME. ‘’We believe that these markets will enjoy and quickly adopt the great flexibility and ease of scalability that is provided by the TITAN virtualised solution.’’
Visit ATEME at the NAB Show in Las Vegas, 8-11 April 2019, booth SU6005.