At CABSAT 2018, Broadpeak will demonstrate its CDN, video streaming, and multicast ABR solutions.
As mobile video consumption continues to grow in the region, pay-TV operators and content providers are challenged to differentiate themselves in terms of providing the best user experience delivered over managed networks and OTT. At CABSAT 2018, Broadpeak will demonstrate its CDN, video streaming, and multicast ABR solutions, which enable content providers and telecom, cable, and satellite operators to deliver any video service at the best quality in a scalable and secured manner, the release states.
At CABSAT, Broadpeak will highlight BroadCache Box, a local video caching solution for broadcasters and content aggregators that reduces CDN costs while boosting subscribers’ QoE.
BroadCache Box deploys local caches into telecom or cable operators’ networks, where the most popular content from a specific content provider is stored. Since the content is streamed from a location closer to end-users, latency and network congestion are reduced, resulting in higher video bitrates, faster start times, and uninterrupted viewing sessions, the company claims. As the most popular content can represent more than 80% of the video traffic, caching at the ISP level lowers CDN service costs. Additionally, BroadCache Boxes do not generate any transit costs. The solution can be used for both live and on-demand content and supports secured HTTPS connections.
Broadpeak Cloud PVR solution makes it possible for subscribers to launch multiple recordings on various channels simultaneously without any constraint for the end-user on the available bandwidth or number of tuners on their reception device.
Broadpeak supports, the company claims, all scenarios for Cloud DVR, including start-over, time-shift, and catch-up TV, as well as impulsive recording, using a shared copy or private copy model. The recorded content can be processed on the fly to be viewed on any device type.
Visit Broadpeak at Stand ZB6-D33