Advanced Television

IBC Show Previews A – B

3SS – Stand 5.A83

3 Screen Solutions (3SS), a leader in software for set-top boxes (STB) and multiscreen entertainment, will have its biggest-ever show presence at IBC 2022. After the three-year hiatus from face-to-face events, the acknowledged user experience trailblazer will demonstrate an unprecedented array of customer deployments and empowering technology partnership integrations. These are all part of the multiple award winning 3Ready Entertainment Ecosystem, the largest technology ecosystem of its kind in the world.

“It’s truly wonderful to be back at IBC, and have the chance to see our industry colleagues from around the world, and to explore how together we can make entertainment more simple and personal for everyone,” commented Pierre Donath, 3SS CPO & CMO. “This is a milestone year for 3SS: we’re super excited to showcase our latest deployments and enabling technologies that help operators provide their customers with experiences that they really love, and to celebrate our collaborations with over 100 Ecosystem partners, on our bigger-than-ever IBC exhibit.”

“Our theme this year is ‘It’s A Match!’ and we really look forward to welcoming IBC visitors to our stands, and helping operators discover the products and solutions that perfectly match their business needs for powering their next-generation entertainment platforms,” he added.

The ever-expanding 3Ready product platform was created to help operators accelerate time-to-market, to bring a unified experience on all devices, kickstart revenues, and innovate rapidly, free from technology vendor-lock-in.

3Ready is now enabling next-gen video experiences for over 20 major operators worldwide, with aggregated reach of over 35 million households. The 3Ready Entertainment Ecosystem empowers service providers to take maximum advantage of 3Ready’s flexibility, made possible by its underlying architecture. With its wide range of pre-integration options, 3Ready seamlessly works with the backend, revenue protection, recommendation engine, STB, and other system elements of the operator’s choice. Technology uncertainties are eradicated so that providers can focus on delivering service excellence.


Accedo – Stand 5.D65

Global video solutions provider, Accedo, will preview hybrid business model support for  Accedo One at this year’s IBC. This will enable Accedo’s customers to substantially increase monetization methods within a single video service, creating compelling new ROI options for video providers.

Previewed at IBC, the feature will be commercially available from early 2023 and will make it possible for any video service provider to easily and cost-effectively launch hybrid business models, supporting both subscription and advertising in one video service.

As part of the development process, Accedo is working with a selection of industry-leading subscription, entitlement, and ad partners to provide seamless integrations through the Accedo One Marketplace. Marketplace partners in the initial launch include for example Cleeng, Freewheel, InPlayer, Aptitude (formerly MPP Global), and Springserve. This functionality enables video service providers to easily configure their services for multiple use cases and tiers, allowing them to design and build services that appeal to a wider consumer base.

Accedo One is an award-winning, no-code SaaS platform that enables global companies to deliver impactful video experiences across multiple devices. It provides all the tools needed to easily design and manage a uniquely branded video business across all leading consumer platforms, empowering video service providers to get their offering to market fast by reducing the complexities of execution. Accedo One also enables video businesses to expand their services by integrating new features based on what their customers want and need.

Johan Alfvén , Head of Product Management, Accedo, commented: “Accedo firmly believes that hybrid business models will be the next wave of the OTT industry. This transition is being led by the likes of Netflix and Disney but will be relevant to any kind of video provider. With this update, we are launching the industry’s first product solution that can deliver this feature to any OTT service regardless of use case and size.”

Actus Digital – Stand 7.B40

At IBC Actus Digital will showcase its latest innovations in compliance logging, quality monitoring and alerting, advanced editing and content repurposing, and AI-based workflow solutions. With Actus Digital’s intelligent monitoring platform, broadcasters, content providers, TV networks, and media companies can expand their workflows, supporting a diverse range of use cases from OTT monitoring and clipping to automatic VOD creation.

“We’re excited to highlight a growing number of use cases for our Actus 8.5 intelligent monitoring platform at IBC2022,” said Sima Levy, CEO at Actus Digital. “Media companies today need a monitoring solution that can do more than just compliance recording. Our customers are amazed at how much more value the Actus platform provides. By supporting competitive analysis, editing, clipping to new media platforms, and AI-based audio and video analysis, the Actus platform fuels increased efficiency and cost savings for media companies.”

New enhancements on the Actus 8.5 intelligent monitoring platform will be shown at IBC2022, including:

  • Ongoing Compliance and Technical Monitoring Improvements: At IBC2022, Actus Digital will showcase its cutting-edge, browser-based multiviewer and integrated alerts, new tagging and metadata options, and automated clips capabilities based on different types of metadata, rules, and scheduling.
  • Expanded OTT Monitoring: While logging and compliance is mandatory, the challenges for OTT are different than traditional linear broadcasting. The OTT distribution chain is complex, involving multiple video bit rates. At IBC2022, Actus Digital will demonstrate new enhancements for OTT monitoring on the Actus 8.5 intelligent monitoring platform, ensuring that viewers get the best quality of experience while also enabling media companies to comply with key regulations.
  • Powerful New AI Capabilities: At IBC2022, Actus Digital will show new AI options on its intelligent monitoring platform. Through AI, media companies can automatically generate metadata and create a metadata-rich asset library from scratch and/or integrate with existing asset management systems. This feature is particularly beneficial for news departments and content monitoring teams, enabling them to search for specific keywords in the library and perform quick and accurate audio and video analysis. Another AI option that will be shown is automatic content detection, which generates reports and competitive analysis and verification, such as for ads detection and competitive analysis reports.


AETA Audio Systems – Stand 8.F83

AETA Audio Systems will showcase a host of new products and upgrades at IBC.

The company has added 5G and enhanced stereo capabilities to the lengthy list of innovative ScoopTeam features. ScoopTeam offers a future-proof solution for both large and small stations and means they can now seamlessly cover events, while guaranteeing their audience enjoys impeccable audio quality. Flexible ScoopTeam commentary unit also offers Ethernet, 4G, Wi-Fi, VoLTE ISDN and AES67 connections together with “AETA remote access” technology so technicians in the master control room can take control of one or more units wherever they are.

In addition, AETA Audio Systems has also enhanced its ScoopFone audio codec with 5G technology. ScoopFone5G is based on the ScoopFone4G audio codec, sporting the same look and feel as its predecessor, but now offering the ability to connect to 5G, 4G and 3G networks.

ScoopFone is the smallest broadcast-grade contribution device on the market. Like ScoopFone4G, its 5G successor offers high-quality audio, adjustable bit rates and HD Voice. The unit also features AETA Audio System’s latest developments like auto jitter buffer, auto bit rate OPUS and remote access, making it even easier for operators to use. With its intuitive interface and simplified configuration, ScoopFone5G offers optimal transmission performance — a perfect balance between mobility, sound quality and functionality. It comes in a sturdy bag and offers more than five hours of autonomy with rechargeable batteries.

Also, at IBC, AETA Audio Systems will demonstrate its ScoopyFlex ultra-portable codec, a compact codec that comes with a docking station to let users quickly and easily turn the device into a full-fledged commentary unit. Evolving from AETA’s historical product, Scoopy, new modular ScoopyFlex is designed to meet broadcasters’ present and future needs by offering flexibility and advanced functionalities, such as 5G capability, embedded Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, as well as two mobile network connections. With an autonomy of up to eight hours, the unit can house three SIM cards and manages recording, editing and video tasks. It uses two stereo streams and supports HD voice.

In addition, the company will exhibit the MultiScoop during the international convention. This unit is useful for broadcasters who require multiple connections. The modular unit features fully redundant multi-connectivity, AES67, IP security, reliability as well as legacy ISDN connection.


Ateliere – Stand 5.G12

Ateliere Creative Technologies, a leader in media supply chain solutions, invites IBC2022 attendees to stand 5.G12 to experience Ateliere Connect and Discover. The cloud-native, multi-tenant software as a service (SaaS) solutions enable customers to manage media assets and the media supply chain from concept to consumer at faster speeds. New advancements in Ateliere core technology tenets, Deep Analysis and FrameDNA, allow customers to automate deduplication of large content libraries and archives, reducing overall storage by up to 70%, as well as reducing cloud costs and carbon footprint. Ateliere solutions run on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and connect directly to cloud services. Leveraging powerful cloud parallel processing, customers can onboard massive content libraries in a matter of days as opposed to months, as well as scale to support significant bursts in workloads at a moment’s notice.

Dan Goman, founder and CEO of Ateliere, explains the competitive advantage that Ateliere solutions give their customers: “Ateliere Connect and Discover are cloud-native solutions, not virtualized systems in the cloud, and thus have a direct connection to cloud services. This is a tremendous advantage for our customers. There are no server limitations, no queuing for jobs, and no taking your system down for an ad hoc integration that has a limited lifespan. Ateliere is an API-first media supply chain platform that gives you the workflow tools and on-demand computing power to operate altogether at an entirely new speed.”

Ateliere Solutions Featured at IBC2022 Include:

Ateliere Connect – A Better Way to Manage Content Libraries and Connect Your Media Supply Chain

Ateliere Connect gives users the tools to manage media assets, optimize content libraries, and orchestrate production and delivery of title/content packages to over the top (OTT), broadcast and cable endpoints in just three clicks. It’s fast to deploy with onboarding of content libraries and key workflows within days. Native support for versioned workflows, including the Interoperable Master Format (IMF), ensures that title management includes the many versions associated with a title, including localized languages and compliance edits. Ateliere Deep Analysis/Frame DNA technology eliminates title duplication, reducing cloud storage footprints by up to 70%. Microservices and a robust API enable interoperability from ingest to quality control (QC), to packaging and delivery, as well as integration of business and legacy media asset management (MAM) systems, optimizing flow and transparency of work orders, billing, and inventory.

Ateliere Discover – Turn Your Content Library into a Treasure Chest That Feeds SVOD and AVOD

With Ateliere Discover, content owners can power up a fully branded streaming service and orchestrate delivery across their own branded video app or major OTT marketplace in a matter of days. App elements like artwork, on-screen arrangement, layout and more can be fully customized to create a highly compelling viewer experience. Backend analytics provide valuable insights on title performance and audience viewing habits, enabling content owners to make data-driven decisions about what to deliver next. Flexible subscription, ad-based and hybrid monetization options allow users to better maximize revenue opportunities.


Ateme – Stand 1.D71

Ateme will return to IBC in Amsterdam, from September 9th to 12th, to showcase its end-to-end solutions for video delivery – from contribution and media supply chain management all the way to the CDN – as well as its monetization options, including Dynamic Ad Insertion and 5G.

Ateme’s participation in IBC 2022, the world’s most inspiring content and technology event for professionals in media and entertainment, will combine use case demonstrations both at Ateme’s stand and in other areas of the RAI.

As a global leader in video compression, delivery and streaming solutions with innovation at its core, Ateme will demonstrate how it enables service and streaming providers to deliver a superior quality of experience on any screen, for live and video-on-demand services. The company will showcase high-efficiency fixed wireless access alongside video delivery within stadiums and for in-car entertainment over 5G. Ateme will prove how its high-density technologies can streamline operations, boost the viewing experience, and slash the carbon footprint of video delivery.

“We could not be more excited about joining the industry once again at IBC 2022,” says Remi Beaudouin, Chief Strategy Officer at Ateme. “We plan a packed showcase illustrating how our end-to-end Cloud solutions really help our customers engage their audiences with smooth and flawless delivery, while generating new revenue flows. By owning and mastering the full technology stack of compression, packaging and streaming – and so all the server-side analytics associated with these – we are in a unique position to provide solutions that can dynamically deliver the best content experience. We look forward to welcoming everybody to our stand at IBC.”


ATG Danmon – Stand 8.B51

ATG Danmon will promote its full range of systems integration services at IBC as part of the Danmon Group exhibition. These include consultancy, project planning, workflow design, system installation, testing and commissioning, documentation, training and technical support.“A lot of operational and technical innovation has taken place across the media market during the three year gap since the last IBC,” says Jonathan Hughes, Head of Systems Integration. “We are seeing a strong resurgence of investment in every category from broadcast right through to the educational, corporate, live-events and multimedia sectors. A significant trend is the growing interest in the NDI protocol which makes IP live production more cost-effective and versatile than ever. Another is the increasing refinement, compactness and affordability of virtual studio technology made possible by latest-generation graphic rendering systems. The transition from HD to UHD continues along with growing recognition that HDR is progressing from aspirational to routine.”ATG Danmon projects in recent months include a studio control room upgrade for one of the UK’s most prestigious broadcasters. “A key challenge, and by no means an uncommon one, was the need to ensure that the upgrade could be completed without impacting the facility’s daily schedule,” adds Howard Dixon, Project Manager. “We were able to perform a complete changeover across a weekend prior to the new system going live on the Monday morning.New studio facilities were also provided at the London premises of one of the world’s most active financial management services. The project centred on the design and construction of a  fully-featured UHD virtual production facility. It included three UHD pan/tilt/zoom cameras and an ATG-designed green screen virtual production set. A multi-camera studio and control room upgrade to full UHD vision, routing, recording, monitoring and archiving was completed for That Lot, one of Europe’s leading providers of social media content production support. This project coincided with the relocation of That Lot’s London headquarters to new premises. A full-colour LED-backlit cyclorama is incorporated to achieve sharp chroma-key superimposition over any background. 360 degree surround video and audio capture can also be performed if required.An IP-linked multi-camera studio was created for the German branch of an internationally active provider of investment services. Situated in Frankfurt Rhein-Main, it allows fully remote operation from the company’s London headquarters. The studio is used for internal and external communication and podcasting as well as allowing the company to participate in finance-related interviews and presentations for broadcast TV channels around the world. It is based on the remote-contribution model which has been standard broadcast practice for decades, in this case using latest-generation NDI IP.Broadcast television production facilities were completed for one of the world’s largest and longest established global news agencies. The project included the design and integration of two new studios plus associated galleries and a master control room. Cable prefabrication was performed at ATG Danmon’s Letchworth headquarters prior to the onsite build. Equipment installed included cameras, power-efficient LED lighting, Ross routing and RTS talkback.A large-scale upgrade to the news production and editing resources at the headquarters of Alaraby Television in London’s Park Royal was completed. Work is meanwhile nearing completion at one of Britain’s largest universities, sustaining ATG Danmon’s long experience in the higher education sector as well as the broadcast mainstream.


AWS – RAI Theatre

Heading into this year’s International Broadcasters Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is unveiling the speaker line-up for its all-day takeover of the IBC Showcase Theater. The event takes place in the RAI, Hall 12 on Saturday, September 10 from 10:00-18:00 and includes presentations from AWS media & entertainment (M&E) customers and partners as they share the transformative power of the cloud.

Talks by FilmLight, UKTV, Warner Bros. Discovery Sports, castLabs and Lufthansa Systems, and Media.Monks will provide a behind-the-scenes look at each customer’s cloud journey. Audience participants will learn how AWS services are helping these customers solve common challenges and redefine M&E workflows from filmmaking to broadcast, sports, in-flight entertainment, and beyond. The event is open to all IBC attendees and concludes with a cocktail reception.

AWS IBC 2022 Showcase Theater Schedule:

Color in the Cloud (10:00-10:15): 

Join FilmLight Managing Director Peter Postma and AWS Worldwide Strategy and Business Development Leader, Content Production, Katrina King, as they present the award-winning AWS Color in the Cloud workflow and its integration with FilmLight’s Baselight grading system.

Unleashing the value of UKTV content with AWS Media2Cloud (11:20-12:10)

For UKTV, the move to the cloud is central to reengineering its media supply chain. Hear from UKTV Head of Architecture & Technology Platforms Antony Joyce about the broadcaster’s journey to the cloud, including key sustainability benefits.

Virtual Production Innovation with AWS and Mo-Sys Engineering (12:40-13:30)

Learn how Mo-Sys Engineering worked with AWS to transform a cocktail napkin idea to Mo-Sys Engineering Deferred Cloud Rendering, a cloud-enabled service virtual production service. James Uren, Technical Director at MoSys Engineering and Matt Herson of AWS will discuss how they worked together during the pandemic to build, test, and iterate a new product and workflow that provides virtual production efficiency without the LED wall.

Sports — Winning with the Power of the Cloud (14:00-14:50)  

Dave Duvall, Warner Bros. Discovery CIO; Scott Young, SVP Content and Production at Warner Bros. Discovery Sports, Europe; Marc Aldrich, GM of Media & Entertainment, and Julie Souza, Head of Sports for Professional Services at AWS, discuss how Discovery Sports is transforming its broadcast/production workflow to gain operational flexibility, tell more data-driven stories, and achieve greater audience engagement.

Transforming in-flight entertainment: Closing the content supply-chain gap (15:20-16:10)

Join Michael Stattman, co-founder of castLabs, and Dirk Ottens, Head of Content & Media Strategy at Lufthansa Systems as they share how to remove friction to help airlines achieve ready-to-view entertainment faster. With the SaaS cloud platform, ABOVE – a joint castLabs and Touch Inflight Solutions venture – a secure, automated workflow accelerates studio-to-aircraft content availability at a fraction of the time and cost.

Inside Media.Monks Global AWS-Based Virtual Production Team (16:40-17:30)

AWS Director of Sales, Media & Entertainment Samira Bakhtiar and Media.Monks SVP of Innovation Lewis Smithingham discuss new workflows for a cloud-based future — and how the work contributes to the company’s ESG roadmap as a Climate Pledge Signatory.


Bitmovin – Stand 5.C68

Bitmovin, a leading provider of video streaming infrastructure, returns to IBC where visitors will experience what the future of video will be. Bitmovin will showcase its full suite of solutions across VOD and Live encoding as well as its new Playback product category, which empowers developers to deliver superior viewing experiences more efficiently to audiences worldwide for renowned media and entertainment brands.

“The new era of video streaming has arrived, and Bitmovin is at the forefront of technical excellence that’s empowering developers to deliver high-quality streams at speed and scale,” said Stefan Lederer, CEO and co-founder of Bitmovin. “Visitors will discover how our technology is continuing to redefine what makes an exceptional viewing experience.”

IBC attendees will be introduced to innovations across the following categories:

  • VOD: Bitmovin’s Next-Generation VOD Encoder offers 50% higher quality at the same bitrates than other encoders. The efficient use of bitrate ladder optimizations like Per-Title Encoding and Multi-Codec streaming, including HEVC, VP9, AV1 and VVC reduce the CDN, Storage and overall total costs. Last but not least, Bitmovin’s distributed chunk-based encoding enables fast turnaround times of assets, including 4K and HDR, reducing encoding time from hours to minutes.

  • Live: Bitmovin launches its new cloud agnostic Live Event Encoder, which ensures unbreakable live streaming in the highest quality possible. This software solution is more resilient and efficient than other live event encoding products available on the market. The offering is suitable for all users, with a web based interface for live event operations teams, or comprehensive API for deep application integrations.

  • Playback: This new product category is the next evolution of streaming infrastructure for streaming devices, combining three core solutions for testing, deploying and optimizing video playback. Playback embeds video playback into mobile, web and big screen applications with automated testing and optimisations to deliver the highest quality viewing experiences, giving developers more time to work on new feature development.

“Now more than ever, it’s essential for video streaming services of any size to deliver the quality of experience consumers expect and deserve in a more sustainable way. Our products and solutions, which we will announce very soon, optimize encoding, live streaming and playback while simultaneously delivering superior viewing experiences to global audiences” concluded Lederer.


Black Box – Stand 8.F42

Black Box high-performance KVM-over-IP solutions address the requirements of modern broadcast, gaming and esports environments. In addition to offering proven reliability, low-bandwidth requirements, and exceptional user experiences with anytime, anywhere access, these solutions lower users’ cost of ownership, enable greater workflow optimization, and contribute to more nimble IP-based operations. They put the focus on content, without compromise.

At IBC2022, Black Box will debut for the European market two new additions to the company’s award-winning Emerald KVM-over-IP platform offering exceptional user experience with anywhere anytime remote access.

“Even as the industry evolves and expands, Black Box has a solution for every challenge. Whether it’s the ongoing migration to IP workflows and virtualization or the continuing embrace of media in new markets, you’ll find Black Box solutions that bring essential flexibility and efficiency to the table. We look forward to showcasing those solutions at IBC2022 — and to seeing friends and colleagues on the show floor once again,” commented John Hickey, Senior Director of R&D and KVM Systems at Black Box.


Brainstorm – Stand 7.B01

Brainstorm, leading manufacturer of real-time 3D graphics and virtual studio solutions, will be present at IBC, showcasing the latest developments of its product range, unveiling Suite 5.1 and Suite 5.2, the latest versions of its flagship products InfinitySet, Aston and eStudio, that include new features and solutions on top of the Suite 5 introduced at NAB. Also, Brainstorm will introduce Edison 5.1, the new version of the company’s applications for immersive, live presentations and which can be used as a simple-to-use virtual studio in a box. The company will feature a live XR theatre presentation in partnership with Alfalite, the European LED screen manufacturer.

Suite 5.1 also enhances the new features designed to enhance XR content creation and workflows, streamlining the users’ ability to improve their virtual content creation, no matter if they are using LED videowalls or chroma sets to produce virtual content. Suite 5.2 is fully compatible with Unreal Engine 5, Epic Games’ latest development of its render engine. Taking advantage of all the new features present in UE5, Brainstorm now features full integration of objects created in InfinitySet or Aston within the UE environment and vice-versa, providing unmatched flexibility for content creation.

Edison 5.1 also has additional XR features and takes advantage of the new EdisonGO app, to be introduced at IBC, which can use an iPhone or iPad to provide video+tracking information to Edison PRO, allowing for the creation and management of immersive, live AR presentations.

David Alexander, Brainstorm’s Commercial Director, says “the fantastic feedback we’ve received with the introduction of Suite 5 at NAB earlier this year has led us to unveil Suite 5.1 to further expand its new XR/AR features to perfectly match current and future content creation requirements from our customers, which also benefit from NVIDIA’s advanced GPU technology. Being able to showcase our developments using Alfalite’s state-of-the-art LED technology will surely enhance the viewer’s experience.”

These new features are possible thanks to the latest GPU technology by NVIDIA including the NVIDIA RTX A5000 and A6000. NVIDIA will join Brainstorm in a fireside chat at Brainstorm’s booth about “The Marvelous Future of Graphics”, in which Jeremy Krinitt, NVIDIA’s Senior Developer Relations Manager, and Ricardo Montesa, Brainstorm’s CEO and founder, will explore some of the latest trends in advanced graphics today, how Brainstorm is pushing the boundaries of media creation using NVIDIA technologies, and what the industry’s next chapter may look like. The fireside chat, open to all visitors, will take place Saturday September 10, at 1PM.

“Innovation in real-time 3D graphics is made possible by the performance and AI capabilities found in the latest NVIDIA technologies,” says Krinitt. “Brainstorm’s Suite 5 XR production powered by NVIDIA RTX GPUs delivers complex real-time ray-traced graphics to broadcasters, pushing the industry into the next chapter of immersive storytelling.”


Broadpeak – Stand 1.B79

At IBC2022, Broadpeak will highlight how pay-TV operators, content providers, and OTT players can provide a compelling video streaming experience to subscribers with the company’s software deployed on-premises, offered as a service, or a hybrid of both. Broadpeak’s CDN, multicast ABR, and other advanced streaming solutions ensure a superior quality of experience (QoE) and enable the collaboration between operators and content providers.

“We are excited to share our vision for the future of video streaming at IBC2022 in Amsterdam,” said Jacques Le Mancq, CEO at Broadpeak. “As video delivery evolves, energy efficiency is becoming more and more critical. We look forward to showing how Broadpeak’s CDN technologies enable sustainable video streaming while improving video quality of experience and opening up new monetization opportunities.”

Key Highlights at the Show Will Include:

Future-Proofing Video Delivery With Advanced CDNAt IBC022, Broadpeak will demonstrate how its Advanced CDN is future-proofed for video delivery by leveraging an open, dynamic, and elastic architecture.

Broadpeak will also demonstrate how the new steering center makes its Advanced CDN context-aware and allows operators to control which CDN features are being used for each session with a very fine granularity based on the request characteristics.

Improving Video QoE and Monetization With Multicast ABRBroadpeak’s nanoCDN multicast ABR (mABR) solution brings scalability and low latency to the live multiscreen video delivery environment. During the show, attendees can stop by the Broadpeak stand to see how nanoCDN improves QoE, especially at peaks, with real-world examples of collaboration between network operators and content providers for highly popular OTT content. In addition, Broadpeak will highlight the efficiency of mABR for targeted ad delivery.

Open Caching for Reduced Traffic and Improved Video Streaming QoE As an active member of the SVA Open Caching Initiative, Broadpeak will explain how implementing an in-network, open caching system can solve traffic problems and enable cooperation between content owners and pay-TV operators. The result is a compelling video streaming experience for subscribers and more control over OTT traffic on the networks.

Simplifying Advanced Video Streaming With At IBC2022, Broadpeak will showcase, its software-as-a-service that streamlines video streaming. In addition, Broadpeak will introduce the Video Edge CDN, a revolutionary and simple way to buy CDN capacity from internet service providers. Broadpeak’s API-based platform offers content providers, pay-TV operators, and OTT service providers an easy, fast, and reliable way to launch and deliver advanced streaming services to their subscribers. Demos will focus on content replacement, personalized virtual channels, as well as the newest application that simplifies dynamic ad insertion.



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