NAB 2015: What’s New in DTT, 4K and Remote Production

Improving the experience for the consumer while simplifying network complexities are two key priorities for broadcasters. At this year’s NAB, Net Insight made a number of announcements that help broadcasters achieve their goals, specifically in the areas of DTT, 4K transport and remote production:

  • 4K fuelling remote production

Producing and transporting live 4K content comes at a cost that many broadcasters are finding difficult to swallow. Net Insight showed how with remote production, media operators can produce and transport live 4K content at a fraction of the cost and detailed why the rise in producing live 4K content is fuelling greater demand for remote production. For more, click here.

  • Customer-provisioned networks for Ethernet services

Net Insight launched the first solution that enables broadcasters and media companies to automatically book and order short-term Ethernet services along side traditional media services. Learn more here.

  • DTT over the Internet

Net Insight demonstrated how it’s uniquely addressing the DTT market with its Nimbra VA 200 solution, which offers a way for DTT operators to add new channels and content to their existing media offerings with unrivalled cost efficiency. To learn more, check out the news release.

  • Solutions deployed at English Premier League Football stadiums

Net Insight’s Nimbra MSRs has been implemented by SIS LIVE to offer one of the leading UK broadcast connectivity specialists and its customers an incomparable service-centric solution that provides end-to-end visibility in the network. SIS LIVE is using the Nimbra solution to help a major broadcaster transport live HD sports content from stadiums to the broadcasters’ central hub for editing. Find the full press release here.

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