Rethink your headend!
As the consumption of video and TV services continues to expand, consumers' service expectations are becoming increasingly diversified. It is time to rethink headend services and find out how to best answer the changing demand. At IBC2016, we showcased our headend platform Teleste Luminato and the versatile opportunities it offers in developing your headend services.
With the Luminato you can enjoy benefits of a unified headend - combined with freedom in application and service design.
The Luminato multi-receiver is designed for Cable TV and IPTV networks. It can be used to receive payload via satellite, terrestrial and cable networks and via IP inputs, either encrypted or free to air. Its advanced transport stream processing, operator can select the services and components which are relevant to their network - either to save bandwidth or otherwise simplify the outgoing stream content.
Last year at IBC we introduced an open source application module to our Luminato headend that allows you to innovate headend applications for your unique requirements. Working on Linux OS, the module opens a whole new world for application development where only imagination is your limit.
This year, we presented you exciting use cases showing how our customers have utilized the application module in their own headend development.
Cable TV networks are running out of free frequencies due to increasing number of TV channels, higher broadband speeds and new DOCSIS® standards. At IBC2016, we introduced our solution for statistical multiplexing that enables efficient usage of bandwidth without compromising service quality.
Teleste's Ubique content management solution is designed for seamless integration of headend components. Traditionally, many operators have done the integration work themselves - utilizing Teleste Ubique makes it possible to save time and efforts in integration and step faster into interactive video service delivery.
Tech Talk with Teleste and Elemental!
Teleste’s Vice President of Video Service Platforms Julius Tikkanen and Elemental’s Solutions Marketing Manager Dan Gehred discussed the benefits of a unified headend and statistical multiplexing in cable networks at the Elemental and Amazon Web Services stand.
Information about IBC2016 is available here.