Delivering the future of TV today.
Imagine Communications says it is shining the spotlight on the current state of the media and entertainment industry's evolution to a new technology foundation. The company is offering a range of solutions to help broadcasters, service providers and other media companies accelerate the modernisation of their production, playout and distribution facilities.
These include Imagine Communications' hybrid SDI-IP routing and multiviewer solutions, designed to empower media companies to transform live production operations and leverage commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) IT-equipment.
Imagine Communications' production and contribution portfolio provides ultra-low latency encoding and decoding and the delivery of uncompressed media over IP transport, as well as support for Sony Network Media Interface (NMI) and intoPIX TICO compression for 4K/Ultra HD (UHD) operations.
Imagine Communications' live production portfolio also supports 4K/UHD processing technologies, including up/down-conversion and the latest standards for delivering media over IP networks, high dynamic range (HDR) image quality and precision timing.
For the support of compressed and uncompressed IP-based playout, advanced multi-channel and 4K/UHD playback and branding, Imagine Communications offers its Versio 4K/UHD playout and graphic workflow solutions, which is now equipped with a new user interface and new automation features to support virtualised deployment for cloud environments.
Other highlights at booth 4.A01 include Imagine Communications' solutions for multi-screen delivery, which support high-density and high video quality transcoding and delivery for over-the-top (OTT) linear and video-on-demand (VoD) services.
Together with partners Microsoft and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Imagine Communications is higlighting how the companies' collaboration is accelerating the transition to virtualised environments. Microsoft Azure Certified solutions based on Imagine Communications' 100% software-based playout and live encoding solutions will be featured, as will media cloud services that leverage HPE's cloud-based, virtualised and orchestrated network services.