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Implementing Live-to-VOD Services
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Implementing Live-to-VOD Services

13-Sep-2014
Today, hitting the pause button to take a quick break during a live football game is no longer just a farfetched impulse; it’s a practical expectation. Replaying a scene from a live TV broadcast is as simple as hitting the rewind button and catching up on a favorite show is just a menu option away. This white paper details how time-shifted TV services are structured and how Elemental Delta, a new video delivery platform designed to optimize the monetization, management and distribution of multiscreen video across IP networks, enables pay TV operators, content programmers and other video providers to efficiently implement live-to-VOD offerings.
The Rise of the Software-Empowered Video Operator, Part II
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The Rise of the Software-Empowered Video Operator, Part II

07-Aug-2014

Progressive IP and Software-based Ecosystems Deliver the Future

To accommodate the integration of more virtualized, cloud-based components within the deployment environment, a new wave of exciting technology innovation is happening.

The landscape is bright for best-of-breed vendors that have proven component integration points with other members of a deployment ecosystem. Single-vendor monolithic video solutions are heading towards certain obsolescence.

  • As the second installment to the original e-book, these chapters, authored by executives from leading technology providers, amplify key components in the overall workflow of the software-empowered video operator model. Learn more about:
  • Developing the Tapestry of Tomorrow's Pay-TV Operator
  • Addressing Market Transformation with Software-Defined Video
  • Securing Cloud-based Media Workflows
  • The Shift from Network-Specific to Software-Empowered Video Services
  • The Multimedia Client: The Touch Point of Content Consumption
  • Empowering the Connected Operator
The e-book is a must-read for service providers that are planning to intensively capitalize on IP and software-based technologies in order to deploy, power and manage a flexible suite of resources across their managed networks and beyond.
Introducing High Efficiency Video Coding: Breakthrough Benefits in Quality and Capacity for Operators
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Introducing High Efficiency Video Coding: Breakthrough Benefits in Quality and Capacity for Operators

31-Jul-2014
As the next generation of video compression, HEVC (high-efficiency video coding) has been at the center of attention across the entire video technology industry and promises to address a wide range of important technical and business issues. This paper presents the benefits of HEVC and the challenges it is intended to address, and describes HEVC from a technical perspective. It also provides a state-of-the-industry status report of how stakeholders across the video delivery ecosystem are adopting the standard and bringing it to market. Even though low-cost ultra-high-definition TV sets and UHD programming are still some way off, there are compelling reasons to deploy HEVC compression and consumer devices right away—and consumers will notice the difference. Dune HD is pleased to offer its insights on the industry and the benefits to operators and their customers as they begin to evaluate set-top boxes and technologies with HEVC at the core.
How the Cloud is Revolutionizing Second-Screen TV
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How the Cloud is Revolutionizing Second-Screen TV

22-May-2014
In the dynamic business of consumer entertainment, one of the most interesting frontiers has been the advent of mobile second-screen applications made possible by the remote storage and services known collectively as the cloud. What exactly is the promise of the cloud? Simply put, it can enable brands to have a more direct relationship with consumers than ever before. To help content producers, owners, distributors and service providers make sense of the benefits cloud computing can provide, TMS has identified three top second-screen developments that have the greatest potential impact on businesses and the consumers they serve: APIs Driving Consumption Social Media Domination Evolving Audience Interaction These key drivers of innovation are among the chief contributors to second-screen monetization. Download this free white paper for descriptions and current examples of these trends in action.