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DVB Approves DVB-I Specification, an Internet-Centric Solution for Linear Television Services Posted: 13/11/2019
DVB Approves DVB-I Specification, an Internet-Centric Solution for Linear Television Services

DVB, an industry consortium that develops open, interoperable technical specifications for the delivery of digital media and broadcast services, today announced the approval of its DVB-I specification by the DVB Steering Board in Geneva. It has been published as DVB BlueBook A177.

The DVB-I specification aims to ensure that linear television delivered over the internet is as user-friendly and robust as a traditional broadcast television experience. It offers the possibility for linear television services to be delivered to any device with a suitable internet connection and media player, including TV sets, smartphones, tablets and media streaming devices.

"In developing an internet-centric solution for linear television services, we are providing the industry with a crucial missing piece that raises internet-based delivery to the same level in the DVB ecosystem as RF-based content delivery," said DVB Chair Peter MacAvock. "With these building blocks, addressing the discovery of DVB-I services and the delivery of programme metadata, DVB offers broadcasters and operators an exciting new deployment option."

The DVB-I specification defines DVB-I Service Lists, a means for internet-connected devices to find curated sets of linear television services that may be delivered through broadband or broadcast mechanisms. It also defines the methods to retrieve electronic programme data for those services, which can be integrated into a single coherent offering that is accessed through a consistent user interface.

Tags: DVB | Linear Television Services | BlueBook A177 | open technical specifications | digital media | broadcast services
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ATEME and Broadpeak Enable High-Quality, Ultra-Low-Latency Live Multiscreen Video For DVB-I Services Posted: 24/10/2019
ATEME and Broadpeak Enable High-Quality, Ultra-Low-Latency Live Multiscreen Video For DVB-I Services

Broadpeak®, a leading provider of content delivery network (CDN) and video streaming solutions for content providers and pay-TV operators worldwide, and ATEME, the emerging leader in video delivery solutions, today announced a new high-quality, ultra-low-latency live video streaming solution that supports the emerging DVB-I standard ecosystem. Recently demonstrated at IBC2019, the joint solution leverages advanced technologies, such as machine learning-based encoding, multicast ABR, low-latency CMAF and HTTP chunked transfer encoding (CTE), enabling pay-TV operators going multiscreen to deliver a superior quality of experience (QoE) for live streams with just 1 second of end-to-end latency.

"ATEME continuously works towards delivering a superior experience and outstanding quality for ABR video while reducing the OPEX and CAPEX for pay-TV operators," said Michel Artières, ATEME's CEO. "Latency is a major issue for our customers. By leveraging our continuous efforts towards innovation, we have implemented patented machine learning-based compression, minimizing any video pipeline buffer. Through our partnership with Broadpeak, the leader in multicast ABR, we can drastically improve the quality of live video streaming."

Tags: ATEME | Broadpeak | DVB-I | IBC2019 | Multicast ABR | CMAF | HTTP Chunked Transfer
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Hiltron Integrates Large-Scale High-Throughput Satellite Monitoring System Posted: 23/10/2019
Hiltron Integrates Large-Scale High-Throughput Satellite Monitoring System

Hiltron Communications announces the conclusion of a major systems integration project for a leading European satellite network operator. The new systems have been delivered to 50 sites around the world where they are being used for continuous quality of service monitoring of high-throughput satellites.

 
Hiltron has supplied each of the 50 sites with a compact 12U rack populated with the monitoring equipment. The systems delivered are located at monitoring sites across North America, South and Central America, Asia, Europe, and Africa.
 
Each system includes a Hiltron HCS-4 satellite communication controller which is designed to form the central control element for a wide range of satcom applications. These include switchover between devices such as downconverters, high power amplifiers, waveguides, MPEG digital video broadcast encoders and integrated receiver/decoders.
 
The HCS-4 can also be used to control and monitor optical-fibre transceivers and antenna heaters. Other features include an N-1 redundancy switch and BUC/HPA controller, an LNB supply, a 2-1 LNB redundancy switch controller, plus a GPS-synchronised fully redundant low-noise 10 MHz reference generator.
 
Hiltron's HCS-4 satellite communication controller is available as a 2U high 19 inch rack mount unit with main and backup power supplies plus 13 slots for active modules. Also available are two chassis mountable frames accommodating up to 6 or up to 14 active modules.
Tags: Hiltron GmbH | Hiltron Communications | turnkey satellite systems integrator | DVB MPEG DSNG systems | L Band and IF Band fibre-optic systems | DVB-T encoding and multiplexing headends | ATM/SDH/PDH/IP transport networks | DVB-S/S2 satellite uplinks | VSAT system
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DVB Presents World-First Showcase of DVB-I: Internet-Enabled Linear Television Services Posted: 10/09/2019
DVB Presents World-First Showcase of DVB-I: Internet-Enabled Linear Television Services

Exhibiting at IBC2019 (1.B71), DVB, an industry consortium that develops open interoperable technical specifications for the delivery of digital media and broadcast services, announced today that it will present the world's first demonstration of linear television services using the DVB-I solution, which relies on internet-based access and streaming mechanisms alongside classical broadcasting techniques.

Tags: DVB | Internet-Enabled Linear Television | IBC2019 | DVB-I | digital media delivery | IBC 2019 | IBC 2019
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Hiltron Announces HMAM-PM Polar Mount Motorised RXO Satellite Antenna Posted: 05/09/2019
Hiltron Announces HMAM-PM Polar Mount Motorised RXO Satellite Antenna
Hiltron Communications announces a new addition to its HMAM family of motorised antenna pedestals. The HMAM-PM is a polar mount system which comes as a complete package with a 1.8 or 2.4 metre diameter offset satellite dish antenna. Designed as a cost optimised and quickly installable solution for professional receive-only downlinks, it is intended for use in satellite monitoring, programme acquisition, SNG downlinks or automated backup at cable headends and teleports.
Tags: Hiltron GmbH | Hiltron Communications | turnkey satellite systems integrator | DVB MPEG DSNG systems | L Band and IF Band fibre-optic systems | DVB-T encoding and multiplexing headends | ATM/SDH/PDH/IP transport networks | DVB-S/S2 satellite uplinks | VSAT system | IBC 2019 | IBC 2019
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Globecast partners with Eutelsat for launch of new HOTBIRD platform with Deutsche Welle HD as first customer Posted: 27/08/2019
Globecast partners with Eutelsat for launch of new HOTBIRD platform with Deutsche Welle HD as first customer
Globecast is expanding its partnership with Eutelsat Communications to create a new HOTBIRD platform in order to satisfy the growing move from SD to HD in the market.
Tags: Distribution | channel distribution | satellite | fibre | HD | DVB-S2 | UHD
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DVB Adds HDR Dynamic Mapping to Its Audiovisual Coding Specifications Posted: 15/07/2019
DVB Adds HDR Dynamic Mapping to Its Audiovisual Coding Specifications

DVB, an industry consortium that develops open interoperable technical specifications for the delivery of digital media and broadcast services, today announced a new revision to its specification for the use of video and audio coding in broadcast and broadband applications to include solutions for HDR Dynamic Mapping (DM). The solutions allow a receiver, such as a TV set, to adapt a High Dynamic Range video signal to the characteristics of the display. The revised specification was approved by the DVB Steering Board in Geneva on 3 July 2019.

Tags: DVB | HDR Dynamic Mapping | Audiovisual Coding Specifications | DM | open interoperable technical specifications | IBC2019 | IBC 2019 | IBC 2019
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DVB to Demonstrate Advanced OTT Delivery Features and Deployment Readiness of DVB-I at IBC2019 Posted: 02/07/2019
DVB to Demonstrate Advanced OTT Delivery Features and Deployment Readiness of DVB-I at IBC2019

At IBC2019, DVB will demonstrate how it is enabling an open standards-based approach to OTT and broadband television through its new DVB-I suite of specifications, highlighting support for low latency, enhanced service discovery, and mABR.

Tags: DVB | OTT Delivery | DVB-I | IBC2019 | open standards-based | mABR | IBC 2019 | IBC 2019
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Mediaproxy boosts its sales and support operation with appointment of Rajesh Patel Posted: 10/06/2019
Mediaproxy boosts its sales and support operation with appointment of Rajesh Patel

Mediaproxy, the leading provider in software-based broadcast and IP Monitoring, Analysis and Compliance has appointed Rajesh Patel as its new Vice President of Sales and Solutions for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Patel most recently managed the reseller, VAR, OEM and systems integration channel for the Mediaproxy range at Polar Graphics, where he gained an in-depth knowledge and understanding of both the product range and the needs of end-users.

Tags: Mediaproxy | Rajesh Patel | Broadcast Appointment | LogServer | Broadcast Compliance | Broadcast Analysis | Broadcast Monitoring | Multiviewer | On-Air Incidents | Closed Captioning | DVB Subtitling | SCTE-35 | SCTE-104
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Its smarter. Its safer. Its VO. Posted: 13/05/2019
Its smarter. Its safer. Its VO.
As streaming of premium video content over broadband IP networks has moved from niche to mainstream, there has been an explosion in the ways that pirates steal and redistribute valuable content for profitability purposes. Pirates used to be experts in DVB technology but now they are also experts of IP. Facing constantly renewing threats, operators have two options: they can either become skilled in the security business and build a new division dedicated to combatting piracy, or they can stay focused on their core video business and rely on an agile security company to fight piracy on their behalf.
Tags: Viaccess-Orca | VO | ANGA COM 2019 | DVB | anti-piracy | digital TV | OTT
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DTC Broadcast announces North American partnership with Wave Central Posted: 10/04/2019
DTC Broadcast announces North American partnership with Wave Central

DTC Broadcast today announced a formal and extensive North American partnership with U.S. based Wave Central, a major provider of wireless broadcast camera and transmission technologies.

Tags: DTC | Domo Tactical Communications Broadcast | Wave Central | Wireless broadcast camera | transmission technologies | RF solutions | OEM technology | DVB-T low-delay broadcast transmitter/reciever | IP | satellite | video applications | military and surveillance | NAB 2019 | NAB 2019
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DVB to Make the Case for Standards-Based OTT at 2019 NAB Show Posted: 21/02/2019
DVB to Make the Case for Standards-Based OTT at 2019 NAB Show
At the 2019 NAB Show, DVB, an industry consortium that develops open interoperable technical specifications for the delivery of digital media, will demonstrate how it is enabling an open standards-based approach to OTT and broadband television, as well as Low Latency DASH (LL-DASH) and Multicast Adaptive Bit Rate (mABR) for video streaming applications. This marks the first time DVB has exhibited at the NAB Show since 2010.
Tags: DVB | Standards-Based | OTT | 2019 NAB Show | Low Latency DASH | Multicast Adaptive Bit Rate | NAB 2019 | NAB 2019
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WORK Microwave at CABSAT 2019 Posted: 21/02/2019
WORK Microwave at CABSAT 2019
In the Middle East market, today's satellite operators need high-performance, cost-effective satcom solutions for delivering high-quality broadcast and high-speed broadband offerings. At CABSAT 2019, WORK Microwave — a market leader with more than 30 years of experience — will demonstrate its latest satcom innovations for all frequencies, including UHF-, L-, S-, C-, X-, Ku-, K-, Ka-, Q-, and V-band. A key highlight will be WORK Microwave's AX-80 modem, which is one of the only end-to-end solutions for wideband applications.
Tags: WORK Microwave | CABSAT 2019 | A-Series all-IP platform | AX-80 Modem | AX-60 Modem | Quad-Band Ka Block Upconverter | DVB-S2X Satellite Broadcast Modulator | CABSAT 2019 | CABSAT 2019
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WORK Microwave Partners With Technical University of Munich on DVB-S2X Field Test Posted: 15/11/2018
WORK Microwave Partners With Technical University of Munich on DVB-S2X Field Test
WORK Microwave, a leading European manufacturer of advanced satellite communications equipment, today announced that it has partnered with the Technical University of Munich (TUM), Institute of Astronautics, to conduct a comprehensive field test on DVB-S2X and Adaptive Coding and Modulation (ACM) technologies. The main purpose of the field test was to prove that DVB-S2X modems with built-in ACM technology significantly increase data throughput and service availability in any weather environment. The field test was also embedded into the CopKa research project environment.
Tags: WORK Microwave | Partners | Technical University of Munich | DVB-S2X Field Test
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DVB and HbbTV Release New DASH Validation Tool to Simplify Content Conformance Posted: 12/11/2018
DVB and HbbTV Release New DASH Validation Tool to Simplify Content Conformance
DVB, an industry consortium that develops open interoperable technical specifications for the delivery of digital media and broadcast services, today announced that it has collaborated with the HbbTV Association to create a DASH validation tool for application developers and content providers. The newly released tool conducts checks of ISO/IEC 23009-1 MPEG-DASH media presentation descriptions (MPDs) and segments to ensure conformance with DASH-related specifications from DVB and HbbTV.
Tags: DVB | HbbTV | DASH | Validation Tool | Simplify | Content Conformance
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