IBC 2006 will see the unrivalled quality of ATEME’s MPEG-4 AVC / H.264 encoding technology. The company’s IBC booth (Hall 4 – # 378) will be featuring embedded SD and HD real-time encoding for high-end live TV networks and new media markets, as well as storage encoding or transcoding for video-on-demand, motion picture mastering, news gathering and other content production applications.
ATEME offers the most advanced compression efficiency for the broadband and broadcast industries, with widely proven interoperability and outstanding picture. ATEME’s technology is now broadly adopted by OEMs and will be at the heart of many products to be showcased at IBC 2006. Fast product development cycles, increased channel capacity, and highly compact designs are ATEME’s key contribution to the industry’s fast adoption of MPEG-4.
“ATEME is the first to present an MPEG-4 solution that reduces the bitrate by 50% compared to the very best commercial MPEG-2 encoders.” – This statement was made last week by one of the most important European broadcasters after carrying out an independent study on challenging TV content.
ATEME’s product line aims at serving most of the high-end MPEG-4 AVC encoding needs:
- SD and HD encoding chipsets and SoC.
- PCI encoding boards.
- Professional Software solutions for real-time or file-to-file encoding or transcoding.
ATEME is a world-leading provider of MPEG-4 video compression solutions. The superior quality of its encoding technology makes it the best choice for demanding mobile to HD applications. ATEME’s customers benefit from the highest quality video at the lowest bit rates while reducing industrial risk and lowering time-to-market.