Update 23.11.2021: IBC has cancelled Amsterdam event amidst escalating COVID concerns.
Sorry for not joining you at IBC2021
We are sad to announce withdrawal from IBC2021 due to the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision was tough but we found this the best way to protect the well-being of our customers and colleagues. We look forward to returning to industry events and meet you face-to-face on a later occasion.
Meanwhile, take the opportunity to explore the links below to see what we have to offer video delivery today, as well as in future.
Carrier-grade edge QAM with DAA readiness
Teleste Luminato 4X4 represents our commitment to provide the best-of-breed in video headends for operators today as well as during and after the big step to distributed access networks. It has been designed with a built-in video engine to support operators when they take the shift to distributed access architecture. With its powerful and “ultra” dense edge QAM, the platform allows operators to freely scale up their video services when the need for channels like 4K increase.
Ideal replacement for legacy edge QAMs
Luminato 4X4 is a modular device with six hot-swappable module slots. When equipped with edge QAM modules, it can provide 192 QAMs and deliver up to 6000 TV channels in 1 RU. All content can be received via one 10 GbE port or several ports when a redundancy is required. The platform supports over 30 conditional access (CA) systems and provides simulcrypt for up to 10 different systems.
Ready for remote PHY networks
Networks evolve and video headend needs to be ready for what will be next. In future, remote PHY networks need video engines instead of edge QAMs at headends. Luminato 4X4 edge QAM can act as a Video Engine that feeds remote PHY devices using L2TP tunneling for all channels. Once your edge QAM is not needed anymore, you can use it as a Video Engine.
Consumer expectations and video delivery technologies are changing - what to consider?
How can operators ensure smooth services today as well as in distributed access networks? What are consumers expecting and how to keep up with the changing demand? Do linear TV channels have any place in an increasingly on demand world? Discover expert presentations from our webinar Video delivery in 2020's to know what to consider regarding changing consumer expectations and video delivery technologies.