Broadpeak will demonstrate its nanoCDN multicast ABR technology for satellite, addressing hospitality and communities, 5G backhaul, mobility, and VSAT use cases at the show in Washington from March 9-12.
Broadpeak’s nanoCDN multicast ABR technology is a ready-to-deploy, cost-effective solution for OTT delivery. nanoCDN allows operators to address scalable multiscreen streaming with transmission over satellite for live TV, VOD, and catch-up TV content. By leveraging storage available on the receiver, operators can expand their offering to include advanced, nonlinear services such as time-shifting or start-over TV for increased monetisation. The solution can be combined with a hybrid broadband network or used without internet access.
Several different nanoCDN satellite use cases will be shown for 5G backhaul, mobility and VSAT.
5G networks will have a significant impact on the future of mobile content delivery. At SATELLITE 2020, Broadpeak will show how popular content can be distributed throughout a 5G network by efficiently contributing to PoPs close to consumer gateways via mobile and terrestrial networks. Broadpeak’s solution supports the use of hybrid broadcast and OTT systems, including HbbTV 2.0 and ATSC 3.0. As an active participant in the definition of 5G standards and a key developer of caching solutions and tools for optimizing resource management allocation for mobile networks, Broadpeak is leading the charge for efficient 5G distribution.
With Broadpeak’s nanoCDN multicast ABR solution for satellite, operators can deliver live TV on airplanes, trains, buses, ships, and other modes of transportation. nanoCDN enables OTT distribution through a permanent satellite connection without the need for a complex and costly solution. All that’s required is a simple satellite and IP modem.
Delivering unlimited live TV streaming at a predictable distribution cost is now possible for satellite operators with Broadpeak’s nanoCDN multicast ABR solution.