It will demo several new capabilities of its nanoCDN multicast ABR technology. nanoCDN multicast ABR makes scalable live HTTP video delivery to any device possible by turning broadband gateways, cable modems, WiFi routers, or set-top boxes (STBs) into active components of an operator’s content delivery infrastructure.
nanoCDN multicast ABR is designed to reduce latency for live video streaming on every screen and Broadpeak claims it delivers the same latency experienced with IPTV to the live multiscreen ABR streaming environment.
Satellite operators can also use it deliver live and on-demand services across tablets, smartphones, connected TVs, and other OTT devices by leveraging the end-users’ STB.
At ANGA, Broadpeak will also demo its Cloud PVR solution, which enables multiple recordings on various channels simultaneously, without any constraint on the available bandwidth or number of tuners on the end-user’s reception device.
Broadpeak offers all scenarios for shared copy and private copy Cloud PVR, allowing operators to deliver a range of services – including programme recording and start-over, time-shift, and catch-up TV. Recorded content can be processed on demand to be viewed on any device type.
Broadpeak will exhibit at ANGA COM in hall 7, booth E74