Elemental Video Delivery with Google Widevine
Lionel Bringuier, Director of Product Management at Elemental, and Ryan Lewis, Technology Manager at Google Widevine, discuss Google’s approach to streaming video to mobile device and browsers, the benefits of MPEG-DASH for mobile video streaming, and Elemental Delta origin just-in-time streaming of MPEG-DASH with Widevine Modular DRM.
Lionel Bringuier, Director of Product Management for Elemental Video Delivery Products, focuses on Elemental Delta features and applications. The webcast includes product demonstrations and extensive Q&A.
Creating Scalable Workflows for File-Based Video Delivery
Mike Callahan, Sr. Director of Product Marketing at Elemental, discusses how pay TV operators, content programmers and broadcasters can best keep pace with screen proliferation by creating flexible, scalable and easy-to-manage video delivery workflows for premium content.
The Future of Media Delivery
Subject matter experts from Dolby, Elemental, Verimatrix and VisualOn discuss specific efforts driving the future of media delivery and technologies that help customers create, secure and track high-value content for any device. The expert panel identifies industry innovations expected to see adoption over the next six to 24 months, including advances in video compression, packaging, audio processing and content protection.
Aligning Trends in Multiscreen Video
Keith Wymbs, Elemental Chief Marketing Officer, and Dustin Encelewski, Director of Product Marketing at Elemental, discuss aligning trends in multiscreen video and delve into the mechanics behind video processing in the cloud.
HEVC / H.265
HEVC / H.265 is an open standard intended to leverage exceptionally efficient video compression techniques. Without sacrificing video quality, HEVC can reduce the size of a video file or bitstream by as much as 50 percent compared to AVC/H.264 or as much as 75 percent compared to MPEG-2 standards. This results in reduced video storage and transmission costs and also paves the way for higher definition content to be delivered to consumers. Learn more about the HEVC standard, its expected adoption across industry segments and how Elemental solutions support migration to the new codec.
Gartner Names Elemental a Cool Vendor
Elemental is recognized by Gartner in a report entitled “Cool Vendors in Communications Service Provider Infrastructure, 2015.” The report focuses on vendors that have an impact on the CSP networking marketplace from the perspective of various technologies and end-user needs and points out that “software-defined video (SDV) is emerging as a new area for CSPs to explore newer services.”
Gartner Pegs SDV Market at $10B
Gartner has issued “Emerging Technology Analysis: Cloud-Based Solutions Change Video Delivery for CSPs and MSOs Globally”. According to Gartner, by 2018, at least 25 percent of CSP/MSO-hosted and managed CDN services revenue for video delivery within mature markets will include software-defined video functionality built into video services, with over $10 billion forecast.
The New Media Aftershock
How is it possible to effectively and efficiently create video for the myriad display devices available to consumers today? The sheer number of customized streams required to achieve ubiquitous video delivery over any network, to any device, in any format, is astonishing. A representation of the potential streams required to reach new media devices reveals that optimized video processing is essential to meet demand in a Media Multiplied world.
The Tablet Trajectory
Ever wonder why video looks so good on the iPad? Elemental might have something to do with that. Elemental has seen its business grow right along with Apple's iPad sales. Unit shipments from Elemental have soared as content programmers and service providers look to create video content to meet demand from iPad and other mobile device users.
The Expanding Video Universe
Elemental took data from Nielsen, along with industry reports, regarding the number of channels available to consumers in each decade and then overlaid various growth factors for the replication of content needed to simultaneously deliver video to HDTVs, PCs, tablets and mobile devices using traditional and adaptive streaming technologies. The number of original hours of content produced in each decade is astounding.