VITEC Heads to SATIS 2016, Named to ‘Streaming Media 100’ List

VITEC — provider of advanced video encoding, decoding, and streaming solutions — will highlight its PX Media Library, EZ TV IPTV Solution, and complete line of award-winning portable encoder and decoder appliances at SATIS 2016 in stand 3-E33 at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles from Nov. 15-17. In other Vitec news, the company was named to the ‘Streaming Media 100’ list. 

Vitec To Demo Latest Streaming Solutions at SATIS 2016
vitec“At this year’s SATIS, we will demonstrate the PX Media Library, a timesaving meta-solution that enables media professionals to seamlessly tag, edit, manage, organize, and share media files,” says Jean Visconte, sales director, France, VITEC. “Attendees can also stop by the booth to see how our EZ TV IPTV Solution allows local and remote users to watch external and locally produced content anytime, anywhere and on any screen. Finally, we will exhibit our new MGW Ace Decoder which — when paired with our MGW Ace Encoder — creates the industry’s first entirely portable, hardware-based end-to-end 4:2:2 HEVC encode/decode solution.”

Taking center stage, VITEC’s PX Media Library streamlines media management and allows users to take advantage of proven solutions for a variety of applications, including sports, content delivery, broadcast, film, science, and government. The open system is easily adaptable to industry-specific workflows. Fresh, intuitive user interfaces along with customizable, easy-to-configure workflows keep users ahead of the competition by enabling them to stay organized in today’s media-crowded world.

A broadcast-grade centralized system, VITEC’s EZ TV IPTV Solution is designed for rapid integration with existing enterprise networks. EZ TV’s intuitive content management portal makes it easy to set up live TV channels, stream in-house content and recordings, and establish an access-controlled IPTV service to any user via LAN or WAN. EZ TV is the ideal solution for corporate video-over-IP applications and digital signage projects for sports and entertainment venues.

Delivering broadcast-quality decoding of HEVC streams up to 1080p60 4:2:2 10-bit, the MGW Ace Decoder supports the most demanding and diverse video streaming use cases. It offers a robust panel of best-in-class connectivity options and two pairs of audio decode capabilities, with a unique, flexible FPGA architecture that supports ongoing video improvements up to 4K60p. When the MGW Ace Decoder is coupled with the MGW Ace Encoder, the devices become the industry’s first entirely portable, hardware-based end-to-end 4:2:2 HEVC encode/decode solution.

VITEC Named to Streaming Media’s Top 100 for Fourth Consecutive Year
VITEC, a worldwide leader in advanced video encoding and streaming solutions, has been declared one of the top 100 companies that matter most in online video in 2016. Chosen by a panel of streaming media experts for Streaming Media Magazine’s fifth annual list, VITEC has been spotlighted for its innovation in online video for four consecutive years.

“It’s a great honor to once again be named to Streaming Media’s Top 100, and it validates all the hard work we do behind the scenes to push the boundaries of innovation and solve the complexities around today’s video streaming and distribution needs,” said Philippe Wetzel, CEO of VITEC. “This year, we introduced the MGW Vision — our new 4K/Ultra HD (UHD) HEVC real-time hardware-based encoder for IPTV, broadcast, and point-to-point distribution — and the compact, professional-grade HEVC/H.265 MGW Ace Decoder that, when paired with the MGW Ace Encoder, provides the industry’s first entirely portable, hardware-based, end-to-end 4:2:2 HEVC solution.”

The Streaming Media 100 represents the most important, innovative, and influential companies providing streaming and OTT technologies, products, and services. Judges focus on companies that create products, technologies, and services that enable either end users or other vendors in the industry to improve a piece of the online video value chain, whether for image capture, encoding, distribution, or consumer use.

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