Sharing infrastructure resources to lower video costs
The idea of two or more competing Pay-TV operators joining forces to share their video infrastructure might have seemed unthinkable only a few years ago. However, perceptions and preconceptions are starting to shift, and it isn’t difficult to see why. The relentless disruption that is affecting the video distribution business around the world is forcing operators to find unorthodox ways to lower their Capex and Opex. And in this search even the once-sacred video headend could become part of a shared infrastructure model.
In this webinar we will review the sophisticated range of managed services available to operators today, where third-party specialists can assume full control of hardware and software systems including content security and video compression, leaving operators free to concentrate on what they do best.
- Headend unification among multiple video operators
- Video compression as a service
- Pay TV and OTT content security as a service
- On-premises, hosted and fully cloud-based CAS managed options
Fabian Di Cicco
Juan Pablo Conti
Content & Audience Development Manager Americas
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