Ericsson said that among the items it will showcase will be new launches and announcements related to advanced video processing and virtualization as part of its media processing portfolio.
It has also promised new product updates around cloud DVR and video-on-demand.
Ericsson will highlight media publishing services, including managed playout and information on new Ultra HD channel launches.
It will show off media enrichment solutions including immersive sports graphics and portfolio updates around live captioning and metadata.
In addition, Ericsson will offer Media insights, including findings from its recently published ConsumerLab TV and Media report, its Media Vision 2020 report and for the first time, an on-booth live studio, presenting ask-the-expert sessions with senior Ericsson spokespeople.
“At IBC 2015, Ericsson will show how it is uniquely enabling its customers to address the challenges of a rapidly changing landscape with its winning combination of consumer insights, industry-leading portfolio and global transformation services,” said Ericsson’s newly-appointed vice president and head of TV and media, Elisabetta Romano.
Ericsson will exhibit at IBC on stand 1.D61
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