HERO HEVC Live Encoder delivers bitrates 50 percent lower than AVC,
while maintaining exceptional video quality
LTE Broadcast enables wireless operators to exploit their existing spectrum, infrastructure and consumer devices to help address the surging demand for data. Based on the eMBMS standard, LTE Broadcast maximizes spectrum utilization by allowing for a single transmission of the content to be received by multiple users simultaneously instead of replicating the transmissions of the content separately for each user. As a result, capacity constraints are eliminated and consumers receive high-quality, always-on video, without lag time or delay.
As commercial deployments are being announced worldwide and wireless spectrum becomes increasingly scarce and valuable, wireless operators seek ways to maximize utilization of LTE broadcast. “The bitrate advantage of HEVC video compression over AVC enables LTE broadcast to deliver additional content without impacting video quality and cost.” said
"Media Excel’s HEVC Live encoder and MPEG-DASH delivery solution further enhances the commercial potential of LTE Broadcast for wireless operators,” said
While HERO Live HEVC encoder delivers up to HD resolutions today, HERO VoD HEVC transcoder can process UHD/4K resolutions. Leveraging more than 14 years of video encoding expertise, Media Excel scientists continue to lead the HEVC innovation wave with focus on video quality and performance, in-line with evolving market needs.
Media Excel defines the adaptive bitrate, multi-device transcoding standard for multiscreen video delivery. The company’s hybrid approach of using software and hardware transcoding solutions powers more than 18 million live mobile/tablet TV viewers daily in the US alone. Across the headend, cloud, or edge video distribution, the company’s solutions are used in a variety of markets including broadcast, government, telecom, MSO, and CDN. Founded in early 2000, the company continuously innovates services and offerings for large-scale mobile carrier customers such as AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon, to high-profile event-driven organizations such as Telstra Australia,
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