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Meet Platform clients at NAB 2013

by david.nunes

At NAB 2013, Appear TV (booth SU7605) will demonstrate its unique video distribution products that are designed to open up new business and creative opportunities. At the center of the company’s product range are Appear TV head-end solutions, designed following a modular ‘head-end’ philosophy, which provides flexibility and high density combined with reliability. Show highlights include the US debut of Appear TV’s new multiscreen & OTT solutions based on its modular head-end architecture and its range of encoding and transcoding solutions. These products have been launched to provide the best combination of quality and reliability for OTT and multiscreen distribution.

Visitors to the Appear booth will also be able to see the full range of its solutions aimed at cable, IP TV, satellite and terrestrial operators in the Americas.

Civolution, the leading provider of technology and solutions for identifying, managing and monetizing media content, will be demonstrating market leading solutions at NAB 2013 (booth: SU6111) including an impressive addition to its NexGuard suite of forensic watermarking solutions, SyncNow its interactive multiscreen range, and the latest advancements to its Telextrax media monitoring product line. Visitors to NAB will be able to see how digital watermarking and fingerprinting applications are giving content owners, broadcasters and operators the opportunity to gain new revenue streams.

Showcased will be:

· NexGuard – a forensic marking application which offers both a deterrent against piracy and a forensic analysis tool should piracy occur. The range has been recently updated to provide integrated multiscreen protection for streaming OTT content across all devices

· SyncNow – a Civolution’s revolutionary range of multiscreen products which helps brands, advertisers and advertising agencies enrich the way they interact with consumers

· Teletrax – the world’s only global television, internet and radio content tracking solution which yields critical broadcast intelligence, allowing media executives to keep control and better monetize their assets.

At NAB 2013, Ericsson (booth: SU821) will demonstrate how the company is transforming video delivery. Demonstration highlights will include the NAB debut of the world’s first HEVC/H.265 encoder for the delivery of linear TV over mobile networks, live demonstrations of MPEG-DASH adaptive streaming, and Ericsson’s new video optimized Media Delivery Network solution, which addresses the increasing demand for a high quality content experience anywhere.

Visitors to the company’s booth can understand how Ericsson is shaping the future of TV with multi award-winning products and solutions that help content owners and operators to maximize content and consumer value by enabling them to efficiently utilize multi-platform infrastructure and eco-systems to deliver rich, blended multi-screen consumer experiences on all devices. The Ericsson Broadcast Services team will also be on-site to discuss the company’s leading position and offering in this area.

At NAB, Grass Valley (booth: SL206) will demonstrate how it is leading the new era of nonlinear production by offering flexible, affordable and future-proofed solutions which enables operators to accelerate the transition towards the next generation of systems for mobile production. Using its proprietary core knowledge of media processing and storage to enable creativity, Grass Valley’s solutions address the challenges associated with producing and delivering content to multiple screens, including end-to-end nonlinear production workflows which integrate innovations in imaging, video production switchers, infrastructure, playout and more.

Grass Valley will be showcasing its latest cost-effective and task efficient software release for the GV STRATUS nonlinear production solution, which is changing the way news, sport and entertainment programming is produced and distributed. The EDIUS XS nonlinear low resolution proxy editor delivers unmatched capability for newsroom desktop editing and enables production workflows that previously required more expensive full resolution editors.

Nativ (booth: SU11621), the media management and workflow expert, will be launching its Mio v5.0 platform into the US at this year’s NAB Show. Mio v5.0 is the first enterprise media asset management and workflow solution with built-in social collaboration, browser-based editing and shot logging. The solution will enable studios, broadcasters, networks and production companies to take back control of their assets and truly manage their entire content workflow in one place.

Available as a SaaS or enterprise solution Mio v5.0 will give content owners throughout the US the ability to quickly respond to rapidly changing consumer demands for more content on more devices with these revolutionary new features. Nativ CEO Jon Folland will be available throughout NAB for briefings and demonstrations on stand #SU11621.

For more information, please visit www.nativ.tv

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