NAB 2014: Ericsson launches powerful new streaming platform

As the new age of TV Anywhere is ushered in through a combination of mass connectivity and an explosion in the number of smart devices, the result is a huge upsurge in video consumption. TV service providers are increasingly facing unprecedented levels of complexity as they strive to process more video streams than ever before. Inefficient stream process management is a challenge and liable to affect service reliability, as well as directly impact upon operational costs.

To help combat the challenges of delivering content anywhere, anytime and to any device, Ericsson is launching a brand new video processing platform at 2014 NAB Show, 5-10 April, Las Vegas (booth #SU721), specifically designed for ultra-high density stream processing and operational reliability. Each component and functional element of the new 2RU platform has been designed for future performance needs, and its capabilities can be combined to create a system that scales perfectly for DTH satellite, IPTV and cable applications. The first product on the new platform is the Ericsson AVP 1000 Stream Processor, “the most dense and powerful stream processor of its kind.”

Dr. Giles Wilson, Head of TV Compression, Ericsson says: “Managing stream processing in increasingly video-centric network infrastructures can be complex and problematic. The AVP 1000 Stream Processor has been designed to take the pain out of this process by delivering enough power and density while keeping operational costs to a minimum. With over two decades of experience in the compression space, we understand that our customers need solutions which offer the perfect combination of performance quality, cost effectiveness, and investment value and our new stream processing platform does just that.”



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