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  • Appear
    Daily News

    Appear appoints new CTO


    Media processing and delivery technology provider Appear, appointed Andy Rayner as chief technology officer (CTO), apparently replacing co-founder Halvard Brennum in this role.

  • 5G Motion Capture for Live Performance and 3D Animation

    IBC Accelerators: 5G Motion Capture for Live Performance and 3D Animation


    IBC2023: 5G Motion Capture for Live Performance & Animation explores using 5G to build ultra-low latency networks to support the creation of new immersive audience experiences for those present at a live performance or engaging remotely at another venue. The project also seeks to leverage 5G technology to bring joyful, ...

  • Panel Discussion The technical challenges of live streaming

    Panel Discussion: The technical challenges of live streaming


    IBC2023: Experts from across the content everywhere ecosystem discuss different approaches to delivering scalable and reliable low latency live streaming and the emerging opportunities for the application of AI and machine learning.

  • IBC2023 Accelerator Project 5G Motion Capture for Performance Art and Animation
    Industry Trends

    IBC2023 Accelerator Project: 5G Motion Capture for Performance Art and Animation


    The 5G Motion Capture for Performance Art and Animation project is one of the eight Challenges in the cohort for the IBC2023 Accelerator Media Innovation Programme. The project is championed by Vodafone Group, Curing Kids Cancer, Outernet Global, Production Park, University of Strathclyde, Goldsmiths University, and the participants are, ...

  • Profen-SES connectivity link-up to deliver for Turkey and MENA
    Daily News

    Profen-SES connectivity link-up to deliver for Turkey and MENA


    Satellite operator SES and global high-tech solutions firm Profen have allied to “revolutionise connectivity” in Turkey and MENA. Leveraging SES’s O3b mPOWER system, this collaboration aims to deliver high-performance networks, catering to identified market opportunities exceeding 10Gbps.

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    Industry Trends

    Abertay University Leads Groundbreaking Real-time 5G VP Trial


    In a first for the UK film industry, a short sci-fi film sequence was shot simultaneously at locations in Manchester and Dundee using a stable, low-latency 5G connection, reports David Davies.

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    Industry Trends

    How to Spot Future Opportunities in OTT


    Taking a strategic approach to uncovering OTT opportunities is the key to future success, discovers Andrew Williams, along with innovative thinking and a willingness to experiment with new tech and audiences.

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    Industry Trends

    The benefits and challenges of cloud playout


    Playout is the technology used in broadcasting to effectively transmit media content to target audiences. It has been gradually moving to the cloud for a number of years, as notably illustrated by Discovery Communications in 2018 when it moved playout of 300 channels to the cloud using technology from Amazon ...

  • Synamedia flags Cellcom World Cup win 1
    Daily News

    Synamedia flags Cellcom World Cup win


    Video software provider Synamedia indicated that Israeli telco Cellcom used Synamedia Vivid Workflow as a Service (WaaS) low latency streaming to enhance its FIFA World Cup viewing experience.

  • VDR
    Daily News

    Costs, latency and ads are top video developer challenges - report


    Controlling costs, delivering live low latency and ad insertion are the top three challenges that video developers are experiencing with video technology, according to a new report from Bitmovin.

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    Industry Trends

    5G NR: The Other Side of 5G


    To the general public, 5G mobile networks are mainly a better version of 4G and 3G that gives faster download speeds with lower latency. Although this is true, it’s only part of the story, as John Maxwell Hobbs reports.

  • The latest in low latency

    Panel: The latest in low latency


    IBC2022: Betting use cases, sport, interactive music events and real-time viewer interaction and engagement are driving interest in lower streaming latency. Cloud gaming and the metaverse will accelerate the trend. However, challenges remain as there has been a shift in requirements from simple browser-based playback of VOD files to a ...