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Harmonic Drives Migration to Virtualized CCAP and Game-Changing OTT Delivery at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo Posted: 11/10/2017
At SCTE Cable-Tec Expo® 2017, Oct. 17-20 in Denver, Colorado, Harmonic (NASDAQ: HLIT), the worldwide leader in video delivery technology and cable edge virtualization, will demonstrate how its virtualized CCAP and over-the-top (OTT) solutions are driving next-generation gigabit broadband services and OTT deployments. With Harmonic solutions, operators can launch revenue-generating services faster, save CAPEX and OPEX, and deliver differentiated high-quality OTT video offerings.
Tags: Harmonic | Virtualized CCAP | OTT Delivery | SCTE Cable-Tec Expo | CableOS Virtualized
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Amagi to Offer CLOUDPORT Virtualized Playout on Microsoft Azure Cloud Platform Posted: 12/09/2017
Amagi, a leader in cloud-based broadcast infrastructure, and targeted TV and OTT advertising, today announced that its CLOUDPORT multichannel cloud playout platform can now be deployed on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. Owing to this development, Amagi CLOUDPORT users now have the option to operate on one of the most widely used cloud-computing platforms in the world.
Tags: Amagi | CLOUDPORT Virtualized Playout | Microsoft Azure Cloud Platform | Microsoft Azure | cloud-based broadcast infrastructure | cloud-based | broadcast infrastructure | IBC2017 | IBC 2017 | IBC 2017
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ChyronHego at the 2017 NAB Show Posted: 08/03/2017
Launched only a year ago, ChyronHego's CAMIO Universe is transforming news operations as broadcasters continue to migrate to all-software environments and standard off-the-shelf IT technologies, including virtualized server environments. 
Tags: ChyronHego | 2017 NAB Show | CAMIO Universe | news | broadcast | software | IT | virtualized | server | PRIME 2.5 | Click Effects | NAB 2017 | NAB 2017
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ChyronHego Introduces PRIME 2.0, Powerful Future-Proof Tools for Broadcast Graphics Posted: 14/02/2017
ChyronHego today announced the launch of PRIME 2.0, an all-new high-performance update of the company's renowned Channel Box PRIME channel branding system. PRIME 2.0 is the 64-bit, all-software rendering engine that powers the PRIME Ecosystem, a universal graphics platform designed to meet the evolving demands of today's and tomorrow's broadcasters.
Tags: ChyronHego | PRIME 2.0 | Broadcast Graphics | tools | PRIME Ecosystem | graphics | 64-bit | virtualized IT | resolution | HD | UHD | SDI | IP | operations
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Imagine Communications Brings Media Industry Transformations into Focus at IBC2016 Posted: 27/07/2016

Imagine Communications, empowering the media and entertainment industry through transformative innovation, will shine a spotlight at IBC2016 on the current state of the media and entertainment industrys evolution to a new technology foundation and how the company is delivering advanced solutions today that will help broadcasters, service providers and other media companies accelerate the modernization of their production, playout and distribution facilities. IBC2016, the media and entertainment industrys largest European tradeshow and exhibition, which begins September 9 in Amsterdam, will also be the venue for Imagine Communications, a founding member of the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS), to unveil its latest innovations, demonstrate the widespread interoperability of its solutions and present a series of knowledge-sharing seminars featuring thought leaders from across the media and entertainment and IT industries.

Tags: Imagine Communications | Live Production | Playout | Multiscreen Delivery | Advertising Management | Transition to Virtualized Environments | ImagineLIVE! | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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Harmonic Extends Playout Control Capabilities of VOS Virtualized Media Processing Platform Posted: 13/04/2015

Harmonic (NASDAQ: HLIT), the worldwide leader in video delivery infrastructure, today announced the Harmonic Virtual Media API (VMA), an open application control interface for broadcast automation control of its VOS(TM) virtualized media processing platform. The VMA, supported by the Electra XVM virtualized media processor and the Electra X family of advanced media processors, has been adopted by service providers and broadcast automation vendors, including Pebble Beach Systems, Dayang Technology Development Inc. and VJU. This VOS platform ecosystem creates a fully integrated, cloud-based playout, graphics and encoding solution that can be used by video content and service providers to create and deliver live linear channels to any device faster, with a lower TCO and amazing video quality.

Tags: Harmonic | VOS | Virtualized Media Processing Platform | Electra XVM | NAB 2015 | NAB 2015
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Harmonic to Demonstrate New VOS Virtualized Video Solution on Moonshot at HP Discover Las Vegas 2014 Event Posted: 11/06/2014
At the HP Discover Las Vegas 2014 event taking place June 10-12, Harmonic (NASDAQ: HLIT), the worldwide leader in video delivery infrastructure, will demonstrate new virtualized media processing technology set to transform video production and delivery. The demonstration will feature the Harmonic VOS(TM), a powerful, extensible software platform and architecture, showcasing how it can enable virtualized media processing software, such as Harmonic's new Electra(TM) XVM integrated software package, to support a complete workflow from input of source video to output of transcoded, branded video with logos for multiscreen delivery. Leveraging VOS on an HP Moonshot system, video content providers and service providers will be able to significantly reduce operational costs, as well as space, power, and cooling requirements, for broadcast and multiscreen delivery. 
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