End-to-End Solution for OTT and IPTV delivered by Motama

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013
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Motama to present complete backbone for combined Internet/OTT and IPTV delivery in managed networks

ANGA COM 2013 — At this year’s ANGA COM event in Cologne, Motama will present the latest extensions of its product portfolio. Motama’s servers offer a one-stop turn-key solution providing end-to-end delivery, for both Internet/Over-the-Top streaming, as well as for managed IPTV networks using enhanced multicast distribution.

Motama’s new high-density transcoder will be introduced, CodecCaster 8000 HD, which allows to transcode up to 80 channels in SD resolution or 16 in HD resolution within a single unit at competitive pricing.

Motama will showcase its new product line, called PolyCaster. PolyCaster servers enable distribution of live streams to a broad range of devices, including PC browser, mobile phones, tablets, and set-top boxes. PolyCaster supports the major streaming formats and protocols, including Adaptive Bitrate Streaming (ABR) with HTTP Live Streaming (HLS).

Within Motama’s backbone, PolyCaster is used as edge server for Over-the-Top (OTT) streaming in the Internet. PolyCaster can be seamlessly combined with Motama’s DVB gateways (TVCaster), transcoders (CodecCaster), and servers for content distribution (RelayCaster). This backbone is demonstrated with middleware from Beenius, and set-top boxes from Albis.

RelayCaster servers offer a solution for optimized distribution of streams between different regions, countries or continents. By using the RelayCaster Streaming Protocol (RCSP), reliability and data rates of streaming live content can be greatly improved. Having proven its value for live distribution of content between data centers, Motama’s RCSP is also available as client-side software stack for set-top boxes (STB), in particular for ABOX42’s M12 STB platform. Packet-loss issues on the last-mile to end users’ set-top boxes can be fixed and efficient multicast distribution of IPTV enables telcos/operators to significantly reduce the amount of required streaming servers and outgoing bandwidth.

Please visit our booth at ANGA COM, Cologne, Germany, June 04 to 06, Hall 10.1, booth S 15. Please contact us for scheduling a meeting or demonstration.