Technicolor introduces HEVC Media Server and SVELTE at IBC | News | Rapid TV News
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Technicolor is to introduce HEVC Media Server and a new portable set-top box called SVELTE at this year's IBC, confirming its commitment to this new compression format.

Technicolor wants to answer today's challenges for consumers so they can get all 4K/UHD content on TVs and mobile devices through the Internet.

The company's first HEVC Media Server, which will support HEVC 4K/p60 UltraHD video, will also feature eight tuners to offer multi-room HEVC/AVC streaming to multiple connected devices over standard Wi-Fi.

Technicolor will also demonstrate its HEVC mobile set-top box, SVELTE, a portable Android-based box that allows end users to access TV everywhere services on their mobile devices over 4G LTE.

Qeo will also be on display. This software framework has been developed to enable interoperability between any device/app within the smart home, regardless of brand or operating system.