Ateme ties with Red Hat on live video encoding and delivery solutions

Video technology provider, Ateme has joined forces with Red Hat, with the company’s complete live video encoding and content delivery suite, including its TITAN transcoders and NEA packaging, and CDN solutions now validated cloud-native network functions (CNFs) on Red Hat OpenShift platform.

The solution was tested across both public and private on-premises cloud environments.

The collaboration ensures service providers can now deploy an end-to-end live video-delivery service powered by Ateme more securely and reliably using Using Red Hat OpenShift platform.

The Ateme solution suite delivers service providers complete video service adapted for live content delivery, with low latency and the ability to deliver immersive and high-quality video over any access network, including 5G.

Ateme and Red Hat will demonstrate the products during MWC Barcelona from February 27 to March 2 2023.

Mickael Raulet, CTO Ateme commented: “The pandemic and global supply chain disruptions have highlighted the need for flexible and scalable video platforms, and the cloud is the perfect answer to that. But to move to the cloud, service providers need reliable, secure, and fully supported solutions for managing their cloud infrastructure. That’s why we’re excited to have our products validated on Red Hat OpenShift, one of the market-recognized leaders in hybrid and multi-cloud Kubernetes orchestration.”

Honoré LaBourdette, vice president, Telco, Media, Entertainment & Edge Ecosystem, Red Hat, added, “In today’s hybrid multicloud world, flexibility is key. By validating its encoding and video delivery solution on Red Hat OpenShift, Ateme can provide improved cloud agility to enable service providers with an end-to-end containerized solution supported across any cloud environment. We look forward to collaborating with Ateme to bring its innovative and state-of-the-art video delivery suite to a wide range of service provider customers on the consistent foundation of Red Hat OpenShift.”

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