Alcatel-Lucent is planning to integrate video compression firm V-Nova’s Perseus compression technology and Oregan Networks’ Multiscreen Cloud Video Client with its cloud DVR platform.
Through the agreements, Alcatel-Lucent will offer service providers the first end-to-end Perseus-enabled solution for IP delivered video, according to V-Nova.
The firms said that the aim is to provide “significant improvements in IP Video delivery” to both new customer deployments and existing infrastructures through the combination of Perseus with Oregan’s Multiscreen Cloud Video Client, which can be deployed on new generation UHD/4K capable and legacy set-top-boxes.
TV service providers will be able to use Perseus while benefitting from Alcatel-Lucent’s suite of systems integration services that address the entire video ecosystem, said V-Nova.
“After passing our evaluation, we are excited by the benefits of integrating Perseus into our ‘best-of-breed’ portfolio of IP Video solutions. Alcatel-Lucent has a strong global track record in complex, multi-vendor video systems integration projects, leveraging third-party component suppliers to create flexible systems,” said Paul Larbey, head of Alcatel-Lucent’s IP Video Business.
“V-Nova is an excellent example of the innovative technologies that Alcatel-Lucent’s modular independent approach allows operators to leverage. With our system integration expertise and V-Nova’s Perseus we can offer something truly unique and compelling for our customers.”
Alcatel-Lucent will exhibit at IBC on stand MS25. V-Nova will exhibit on stand 5.A25
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23 October 2020 @ 09:29:38 UTC