Posted on September 12, 2023 in ATSC News
As the worldwide leader in broadcast and streaming solutions, Harmonic is committed to guiding the ATSC transformation with software and cloud solutions that usher in a new era of interactive, personalized, and user-oriented broadcasting.
Whether powering the latest innovations in ATSC 3.0, or further streamlining existing workflows in ATSC 1.0, Harmonic provides the broadcast community with robust, unified media processing solutions that meet all ATSC over-the-air and streaming needs.
Our software based XOS Advanced Media Processor is powering NEXTGEN TV services in all major designated market areas (DMAs), including Boston, Miami, and San Francisco, enabling the delivery of ATSC 3.0 channels with greater bandwidth efficiency and enhanced video quality.
Harmonic continues to be broadcasters’ top choice based on its long-standing reputation as the market leader and technology innovator.
Our video pipeline strategy is an excellent example of the innovation we bring to the broadcast market. By applying a common software foundation across our market-leading cloud-native VOS®360 Media SaaS and XOS on-premises solution, broadcasters gain immediate access to many VOS360 Media capabilities, even on COTS servers.
For example, XOS customers will soon enjoy the same sophisticated and versatile playout features that have been available on VOS360 Media SaaS. Ultimately, broadcasters gain a future-proof solution with an advanced architecture, higher density, and immense potential.
To learn more about Harmonic’s latest ATSC innovations, visit https://amplify.nabshow.com/sessions/nextgen-tv-demo-harmonic-atsc-solutions/
Further information about Harmonic and the company’s solutions is available at www.harmonicinc.com.
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