MWC 2016: ATEME teams with Dell, Intel for 4K transcoding | MWC 2016
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Video compression solutions provider ATEME has announced at Mobile World Congress a partnership with Dell and Intel to provide a new high density 4K/Ultra HD and HDTV transcoding solution.

ATEME believes that the new joint solution redefines the broadcast industry density standard, a complete live and file video head-end in a box, offering significant OPEX and CAPEX savings.

It brings together ATEME’s video compression skills, Intel’s Visual Compute Accelerator (VCA) PCIe card and Dell’s optimised hardware. Combined, these can deliver 200 HDTV channels with premium video quality in a 1RU server, with 5W per channel.

Based on the its own fifth-generation STREAM compression engine, ATEME says that its new ‘future-proof’ solution uses the full capabilities of Intel and Dell’s infrastructure with support for MPEG2, H264 and HEVC.

“Joining forces with the industry leaders enables ATEME to maintain our technology leadership in terms of video quality and density,” commented ATEME CEO Michel Artières. “In addition to head-end in a box and faster than real time on-premises cloud file processing, we see our customers using the Intel-Dell-ATEME solution for new applications, such as Just-In-Time-Transcoding (JITT) and edge transcoding.”