London, 18th December 2017 – Open Broadcast Systems will be demonstrating its latest encoding and decoding solutions for IP contribution at CABSAT from 14th to 16th January 2018, the company’s first time exhibiting in the region.
The company’s products allow for cost-effective encoding and decoding of video for broadcast contribution. All its solutions are software-based, running as apps on standard IT hardware. This means it can deliver a high level of cost efficiencies to its customers, as well as being able to build bespoke solutions in very short timeframes.
At CABSAT, Open Broadcast Systems will demonstrate the highest density Integrated Receiver Decoder (IRD) currently on the market. It allows for 16 channels to be simultaneously decoded on a 1U chassis - potentially replacing half a rack of equipment with a single server.
Kieran Kunhya, Managing Director, Open Broadcast Systems, said: “IP is not a future wish, it is already delivering vast amounts of video content every day. Not only does switching to IP deliver cost efficiencies, but it also reduces the complexity of broadcast workflows."
Open Broadcast Systems will be exhibiting on stand ZB6-C31 from 14th – 16th January 2018.
About Open Broadcast Systems
Open Broadcast Systems is revolutionising the provision of advanced broadcast technology, moving the industry towards a flexible, cost efficient, software-driven future. Its cutting-edge and end-to-end encoding and decoding software is accelerating the delivery of premium content over IP, improving quality at the same time as reducing costs. High quality solutions developed by Open Broadcast Systems deliver services to millions of people every day, including many major sporting and breaking news events.
Its products adapt to the pressures and challenges of the modern broadcast environment, agile solutions can be developed and installed in extremely short timeframes, without compromising on quality.
For more information, please visit http://www.obe.tv
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