Pilat Media-owned OTTilus has launched a new release of its over-the-top (OTT) video platform.
The OTTilus video platform encompasses solution components from content acquisition to player applications, which are deployable separately or as an end-to-end implementation. The solution can be deployed as a cloud service or to drive a local OTT headend, according to the company.
OTTilus has added comprehensive support for digital rights management (DRM), allowing media companies to publish and deliver premium studio-approved content securely across a wide range of devices.
OTTilus has also enhanced its content factory ingest and media preparation facilities. New features include automated workflows for a broad range of asset types such as video, multilingual audio, subtitling, and pictures, as well as enhanced monitoring and a flexible, high-availability design.
“At IBC2013, we’re looking forward to demonstrating how our enhanced OTTilus Video Platform handles secure and efficient delivery of premium content across a broad range of devices,” said Bob Lamb, managing director, OTTilus. “With these enhancements, the OTTilus Video Platform is all the more compelling to media companies looking to integrate enterprise-class OTT services efficiently within their operations while supporting the ubiquitous delivery of premium content to all devices.”
Pilat Media will exhibit at IBC on stand 2.B30
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