Its new ATEME Management System (AMS) is based on OpenStack and Docker (used as the virtualisation layer), and is now able to orchestrate virtual ATEME micro-services.
ATEME will be showcasing its distributed encoding and orchestration solutions. Its new ATEME Management System (AMS) is based on OpenStack (used as the control layer) and Docker (used as the virtualisation layer), and is now able to orchestrate virtual ATEME micro-services. The AMS uses the OpenStack APIs to deploy functions, assign IPs and provide redundancy (HA). On top of that, it also relies on the Titan Rest API to control the video services.
Commenting on the company’s participation as part of the French pavilion, Vincent Pedregno, Sales Director EMEA, said: We are very pleased to be participating in what is the most important digital media and satellite exhibition in the Middle East and North Africa. This year we will be focusing on virtual services orchestration with the new ATEME Management System (AMS). We will also be demonstrating our 4K video streaming capabilities, designed for parallel processing and optimised for OTT delivery using the new AV1 codec from the Alliance for Open Media. Finally, we will be showcasing our Kyrion modular platform, designed for contribution over satellite, IP and ASI networks.
Visit Ateme on stand ZB6-D43