Aperi will be demonstrating the latest updates to its virtualised live production platform at IBC 2017 as well as presenting a number of recently completed customer installs.
Aperi will be demonstrating the latest updates to its virtualised live production platform at IBC 2017 as well as presenting a number of recently completed customer installs. At the show, the company will speak to visitors about the systems integration and regional partnerships put in place in the last 12 months while also announcing several new ones.
Aperi has experienced significant growth since its market launch at the 2016 NAB Show as a startup. At this years IBC, were able to show the industry how, backed by media giants, weve implemented multiple significant nation-wide installs. The company is now operating with several leading broadcasters and service providers in the UK, mainland Europe, China, Australia, North and Latin America, said Aperis CEO Joop Janssen.
This quick recognition and adoption of Aperis innovative technology shows the shift thats currently taking place in the live production industry. Were increasingly moving away from the traditional, fixed hardware-centric ways of producing live programming and heading towards the implementation of agile software-based processes. Ultimately were able to create content for consumers at a fraction of the cost.
At the show Aperi will be demonstrating the latest in virtualised media processing with its platform being used to easily spin up or down services. Aperi will present its second-generation Virtualisation Stack which lets users benefit from a floating licence model of app-based live production functionality. A number of these apps will be presented on stand 2.C21 including TICO-conforming 4K and HD compression, network address translation (NAT) and IP firewalls, a range of H.264 encoders and decoders and multiple media processing functions with integrated support of SMPTE 2110.
The app developers in our partner community are key to deploying this new kind of virtualised media processing and can operate much faster than any one proprietary vendor ever could on its own. It wont be long before production workflows built around app-based functionality like Aperis are the norm, added Janssen.
Open, non-restrictive workflows are important to the future of live production and the Aperi platform forms the basis for this.
Aperi will be exhibiting on stand 2.C21.