Monday, 19 January 2015

Imagine Communications Showcases Transition to the IP future at Convergence India 2015

Imagine Communications, a market leader in advertising management and video infrastructure solutions serving global TV networks, broadcast stations, multichannel video programming distributors (MVPD), governments and enterprise markets, is showcasing a range of broadcast and content solutions at Convergence India 2015 (21-23 January, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India) that focus on the shift from today’s proprietary hardware architectures to the future world of IP-enabled, software-defined technologies.
Jointly exhibiting with CMS Computers Ltd. (stand no. 16), at the 23rd edition of Convergence India themed “Connecting India”, Imagine Communications will demonstrate how it helps broadcasters make this important transition and begin to realise the benefits and cost-savings associated with file-based workflows, virtualisation and monetisation of their content while still preserving their current investments.
“India is one of the world’s largest television markets and has just completed the first phase of the government's plan to digitize its broadcast infrastructure at the end of 2014,” said Joe Khodeir, Senior Vice President of Asia Pacific at Imagine Communications. “Convergence India could not come at a better time as this show plays a significant role in setting the direction for strategic growth and highlights the convergence of voice, video and data across the telcom, mobility, broadcast, cable, satellite, entertainment and IT industries in the country.  It gives Imagine Communications the ideal platform to discuss these changing trends and technologies with some of the leaders in these industries.”
Advanced technology and solutions from Imagine Communications making a debut at Convergence India 2015 include the company’s TV Everywhere solutions.  With consumers increasingly demanding content on multiple platforms and multiple networks, Imagine Communications has comprehensive solutions including SelenioNext™ adaptive bit rate (ABR) transcoder which optimises space and power efficiency with up to 10 times the density of competing offerings.  Additionally, its SelenioFlex™ software-based media processing solutions, powered by the Zenium™ workflow manager, provides flexible live and file-based encoding and transcoding for applications from production to multiscreen distribution. The SelenioEdge™ content delivery network software provides scalable, cache-efficient streaming to end-user devices, enabling complete TV Everywhere processing and delivery workflows.



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