NAB in Review: Navigating the New Broadcast and Media EcosystemPosted on April 30, 2018
A Message from our CEO
The 2018 NAB Show was a tremendous success for Artel, with a record-high number of attendees visiting our booth to learn more about Artel’s IP-centric solutions and services.
Since the adoption of the SMPTE ST 2110 standard in November, long-time and prospective customers alike are expressing a much higher confidence level with projects being designed around IP workflows. Project implementation statistics from the show confirmed this further with more than 75% of our visitors interested in some or all the IP solutions Artel presented. We look forward to following up and collaborating with you to bring your projects to fruition.
While at the show, we hope we exhibited our strengths in understanding new networking requirements, our expertise in providing flexible, efficient, and reliable solutions and best-in-class programs and services to meet the challenges of delivering media in new IP-based ecosystems. As you continue reading, we’ll recap some of the industry’s emerging trends that resonated throughout the conference sessions and exhibitions. Also, we’ll highlight our new solutions and programs to help you navigate the road to IP-centric networking.
I would like to personally thank you, our customers, resellers, and prospective customers for visiting us.Stay tuned… there is more excitement to come this year.IBC is in our sights next!!
President & CEO
Artel Video Systems
Networks facing the challenges associated with today's connected audiences and converging technologies are seeking more collaborative efforts to meeting corporate objectives. Customers will require more holistic approaches to developing strategies that align with solutions and business requirements. learn more >>
The move toward IP and the convergence of IT and video-centric operations within organizations will continue to drive the bottomline. End users are seeking operational simplicity, providing solutions and programs that bridge the gap between IT and video networks and help streamline workflows and improving ROI. learn more >>
Mission-critical, video-centric IP networks require reliable solutions that interoperate with devices from multiple vendors. End usersare looking for flexible, standards-based solutions providing reliable connectivity and delivery of media within and between facilities. learn more >>
Navigating the Road to IP
The NAB show provided an opportunity to learn how new IP ecosystems are unfolding. At the Artel booth, visitors had an opportunity to share their plans and ask questions while receiving an overview of Artel's IP-centric solutions showcased in active, integrated network demonstrations.
Media over IP Interoperability: SMPTE ST 2110/AES67/Audio
Artel showcased an active end-to-end network highlighting the SMPTE ST 2110 and AES67 audio-over-IP accuracy capabilities of the Quarra PTP Ethernet Switches, Layer 2/3 network routing with the SMART Media Delivery Platform, and interoperability with other IP-based solutions.
Download our white paper, It's About Precision Time, to learn more about the benefits of PTP.
Operational Simplicity and Resiliency with SMART: SMPTE ST 2022-7
Artel provided an interactive demo for attendees to test the SMPTE 2022-7 hitless protection switching capabilities in the SMART Media Delivery Platform™. The SMART Platform is software-enabled providing flexibility and resiliency future-proofing your investment.
Download our white paper, Broadcaster's Can't Miss with Hitless Technology, to learn more.
Leveraging Broadband Services for Media Deliver: OTT
Artel demonstrated the delivery of video over an IP network featuring the ARQ IP Streaming System. The ARQ's scalable solution offers reliable delivery of high-quality media over unmanaged IP networks and is ideal for broadcast, campus networks, and other applications.
Bridge the Gap: Equipping IT and Video Teams
Artel is pleased to announce a new series of technology and solutions training courses aimed at helping broadcast video and IT networking professionals understandthe underlying technologies needed in the broadcast industry’s migration to IP and to facilitate productivity as IT and video workflows converge. Contact us for additional information.