What are the next innovations in live media transport, distribution and resource management that makes things even more cost-efficient and smarter? The industry has been talking about things like SMPTE 2110, HDR, UHD, Ultra-low delay and orchestration for quite some time. So what’s the next big thing? Automation with NMOS? Live production and playout in the cloud? Fully distributed production using SMPTE 2110?
Never has the industry seen so many fundamental technology transformations taking place at the same time. The demand for doing more with less is still increasing. These technology shifts have the potential to radically transform the economics of production as well as transport and distribution for the better. Why not book a time to discuss these changes and what to do with them? We’d love to see you at our booth @ NAB!
We’ve been invited to speak at 2019 NAB Show’s Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology (BEIT) Conference. Please join us to hear more from our experts.
Cloud Ingest of Live Video – An open approach to RIST, SRT and retransmission protocols
When: Sunday April 7, 2019 10:40 AM – 12:00 PM
Where: Room N260
Speaker: Love Thyresson – Head of Internet Media Transport
Today most broadcasters are on a journey to cloud-based production and distribution, with many moving live tasks like news production and playout to the cloud. In such a transition, live ingest becomes a challenge. Getting live content from where an event happens into someone else’s data centre means crossing public infrastructure. Do you want to know more? Click here
Wide Area Networks for both high- and low-end SMPTE ST 2110 workflows
When: Monday April 8, 2019 4:00 PM – 4:20 PM
Where: Room N256
Speaker: Alexander Sandström – Head of Product Marketing
SMPTE ST 2110 is the standard that everyone is gathering around for IP based production. And with support for both uncompressed and compressed workflows, it will be used in both high- and low-end productions. And while that means all kinds of workflows will use the same technical standard, network and WAN requirements are going to be vastly different. Do you want to know more? Click here
Please add Net Insight to your NAB Show Planner
When: Tuesday, April 9 at 4pm
Where:North Hall Room N234-236
Speaker: Alex Sandstrom, Head of Product Marketing
When: 2019 NAB Show on Tuesday, April 9, at 2 p.m
Where: South Hall Learning Lab (S210) in the Las Vegas Convention Center
Speaker: Alexander Sandström, Head of Product Marketing
Get the performance and flexibility to meet tomorrow’s media network requirements today.
Terabit Media Networks and World Leading Density – Your audience demand 4K, HDR, HFR, mobile, multi-screen, and VR content. For broadcasters and producers, the key to meeting this demand is a shift to new remote and distributed workflows, to cloud resources and to IP based technologies like SMPTE 2110. To make it work – and keep scaling – the combination of capacity and density is everything. As our customer, MTI is saying “Net Insight’s well-proven technology is essential for us and the Nimbra 1060 gives us unsurpassed scalability. It makes us even more competitive in the network services market for media and live sports”. We will demonstrate terabit capacity, new 100G and 25G solutions as well as the world’s highest density for lossless JPEG 2000 compression.
Nimbra 1060 is already recognized as the leading solution for media transport by winning two best of show awards 2018. Read more.
Cloud Ingest with an open approach – Internet contribution & distribution has evolved and matured over many years, and this technology is now extended to other use cases. Primarily to cloud environments in order to support the move of live production and playout to public cloud. But being successful and future proof in this shift is all about taking an open approach. About not betting on one technology or one solution, but being open and adapt to the environment in which production, playout and other functions are happening. We will be demonstrating what an open approach to cloud ingest looks like and how our Nimbra VA platform is evolving to support this open approach. #OpenBroadcastNetworking
Nimbra VA received a Technology & Engineering Emmy Award by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) for its contribution to the adoption of Internet solutions for live video transport. Do you want to know more? Please click here.
At-home and distributed production using SMPTE 2110 – The “At-home production” concept is used for more and more large events, providing better results with fewer resources. And it is now being extended even further into fully distributed production setups over large scale wide area networks. Net Insight has been creating an industry eco-system for even more efficiencies, including the co-developed DirectIP+ solution with Grass Valley as well as Calrec’s RP1 audio transport and cooperation with Riedel to enable highly efficient production workflows for our customers. This growing ecosystem enables continuous improvement of our customer’s workflows and resources and with the Nimbra series a rock-solid solution for any location: From internet contribution at event sites with minimum bandwidth access up to 100Gb/s premium productions.
We will demonstrate how our at-home production 2.0 solution and ecosystem, paired with new technologies like SMPTE 2110 for standard IP connectivity and NMOS IS-06 for network control takes at-home production further with better workflows and easier deployments for any kind of production Read more
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