Perfect the Media Experience


Perfecting 4K Video Delivery

4K video remains at the forefront of industry innovation. Yet, as with any new technology, there is a process to fully realizing its potential so customers can experience it as it was envisioned. 4K video is in a period of refinement, where companies across the video ecosystem have the opportunity to optimize the viewing experience for customers.

Secure Content for Connected Web Experiences

Today, consumers have widespread access to streaming video services with content choices coming online in ever greater quantities and at vastly improved quality. Given this dynamic, it is increasingly important for video providers to manage the security of OTT offerings throughout the video delivery chain.

Connecting Viewers to Video in Thailand and Beyond

Symphony Communication Public Company Limited has become one of Thailand’s leading service providers, offering fiber optic telecommunications and IT infrastructure services to both local and international markets. In country, there are an estimated 19.5 million Internet users, a number which has grown rapidly with the popularity of social networks, streaming and mobile phone services.

Broadcasting Live from the Cloud

In 2016, there is going to be a shift in how live events are broadcast to audiences. According to Steve Jones, Head of Live and Production for Viocorp, the use of cloud-based infrastructures for the webcasts his company provides to enterprise and government customers is expanding quickly. In 2015, nearly 30% of Viocorp production events relied on the cloud. Jones predicts that this year, about 70% of the company’s events will run on the cloud.

Staying Competitive with HbbTV

Hybrid broadband broadcast TV (HbbTV) offers a significant opportunity for broadcasters to enrich video services, generate additional revenues and build viewer loyalty through an improved user experience. HbbTV enables over-the-top (OTT) video streaming and can be used to support catch-up or restart TV services alongside traditional linear broadcast.

Re-Imagining What It Means to be “Live” with Nokia OZO VR

What would it be like to feel like you are at an event – courtside at a basketball game, front row seats at a Broadway play, behind the wheel at NASCAR – from the comfort of your home? Nokia’s OZO, a professional grade virtual reality (VR) camera has demonstrated its immersive technology with the support of Elemental software-defined video processing at two events, including the Finnish company’s November 30 product launch in Los Angeles.

New Year’s Resolutions

With every new year comes fresh promise and new resolutions. As we welcome 2016. Elemental is committed to delivering unmatched video quality with 4K UHD resolutions.

Holiday Cheer with an Elemental Twist

Today, Elemental presents a twist on the traditional holiday greeting. As is our custom, we express our best wishes for this season through video – our medium of choice for storytelling.

JupiterReturn: Live Streaming the Largest Fashion Show in the World

Live production company JupiterReturn strives to create innovative and compelling content and has successfully streamed more than 1000 live events during its decade of experience, ranging from sporting events to music festivals to New York Fashion Week (NYFW).

MultiChoice Africa Goes End-to-End with Software-Defined Video

It started with a message to an Elemental sales office in Paris: “Do you have a solution that can package video-on-demand (VOD) assets?” The question was asked on behalf of MultiChoice Africa, one of the largest multi-platform pay TV operators in South Africa, which serves viewers across the Sub-Saharan continent. MultiChoice also expressed interest in expanding its services beyond live streaming and VOD to support time-shift capabilities.