ATEME powers VOD OTT and IPTV for MedialogWednesday, December 18th, 2019
ATEME Powers VOD OTT and IPTV Services for Korea’s Medialog
PARIS, DENVER, SINGAPORE, SÃO PAULO, SYDNEY — ATEME, the emerging leader in video delivery solutions for broadcast, cable, DTH, IPTV and OTT, announced today that Medialog, a leading Korean content provider and subsidiary of LG U+ , one of Korea’s largest telecommunication carriers, has implemented ATEME’s TITAN File solution for its VOD OTT and IPTV services.
ATEME’s TITAN File is a multi-codec/multi-format file-based transcoder producing high-bandwidth efficient content for multi-screen delivery. TITAN File supports the widest range of input formats, media containers and video codecs up to 4K with all HDR flavors.
TITAN File provides Medialog with the additional benefits:
- Outstanding video quality: the deployed solution delivers the best possible video quality at low bitrate, enabling a premium viewing experience on any screen.
- Unmatched performance: TITAN File is tailored for mass content production workflows. It leverages the latest ATEME-exclusive video pipeline for decoding, processing and muxing.
- Workflow flexibility: the solution can be integrated into any file-based workflow and blends in seamlessly with existing infrastructure.
- Increased Average Revenue Per User (ARPU): ATEME’s undisputed bandwidth efficiency allows Medialog to increase customer reach and generates more revenue by offering additional VOD services to a broader audience.
Tae Dong Lee, team leader, Medialog commented: “ATEME’s solution has exceeded our expectations and requirements in terms of video quality and flexible features. The company’s technical team also offers outstanding support and give us real confidence in the solution.”
Boyang An, sales director Korea, ATEME added: “We are pleased to contribute to the growing Medialog ecosystem. ATEME TITAN will allow Medialog to offer viewers a greater user experience, including unparalleled video quality on any screen, as well as an easy and rapid navigation within its content catalogue, delivered in the most engaging way.”