Ateme provides encoding for Antina Televisión in ArgentinaTuesday, November 8th, 2022
Ateme powers encoding platform for Antina Televisión in Argentina
- The future-proof headend solution delivers enhanced quality and density to thousands of subscribers
PARIS — Ateme, a global leader in video compression and delivery solutions, has today announced the implementation of its TITAN encoding solution for Antina Televisión, a popular provider of Digital HD pay TV services in Argentina, and market share leader in several locations in the Buenos Aires metropolitan area.
Delivering enhanced quality and density for 37 HD channels, the Ateme TITAN encoders replace Antina’s legacy encoding technology, providing Antina with a future-proof solution that is easy to manage and backed by specialist local support.
Ateme’s TITAN encoders deliver the highest quality content at the lowest bitrate to delight audiences – including UHD, 4K, and HDR. Through a flexible licensing model, Ateme’s technology is implemented across multiple sites, with programming now delivered to customers via microwave links using the DVB-T2 standard.
The implementation of TITAN also provides Antina with a future-proof solution, easily updated as new codecs are released.
“We have been extremely impressed with the performance and quality that comes with Ateme’s solution,” said Alejandro Checchin, Head of Engineering at Antina. “Ateme was chosen following a Proof-of-Concept process, where it delivered significant quality and administration advantages over products from alternative manufacturers.”
“Antina is a popular and growing digital pay TV provider in one of the continent’s biggest metropolitan areas. They operate in a highly competitive market where the quality of their services plays a key role in their success,” commented Juan Manuel Altamirano, Sales Director – Latam South at Ateme. “We are delighted to be working with the team at Antina to support their technology infrastructure strategy and put them in a strong position for future success.”
Links: Ateme; Antina Televisión
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