The industry’s first virtualized, native live IP media platform


Bringing datacenter robustness, agility and economy of scale to live production
Native IP routing and
extremely low latency processing
Seamless Migration to an
All-IP Infrastructure
Built on open standards and easy APIs
Giving media companies the operational agility to win eyeballs
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Racks and stacks are over. Now you can spin channels up and down on demand—quickly, easily and cost effectively—to stay relevant and earn viewers as media consumption changes.

Aperi’s app store, software-based IP ecosystem and compute engines provide secure, completely virtualized media processing and delivery.

Aperi is back at @NABNY
Hopefully, you are too!
Come by and visit us at Booth N1328 to see our latest product developments.

Congratulations to @AperiCorp on winning the BaM™ Award for the Produce category at IBC 2018! Watch what they had to say in this short interview >

Want to know why software-based cloud production presents the most obvious new business model for the broadcast industry? Find out from @AperiCorp CEO Joop Janssen at

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Media Function Virtualization (MFV) from Aperi

Through IP-based media function virtualization (MFV), FPGA technology and off-the-shelf hardware, Aperi provides truly native live IP video infrastructure.

The Virtualization Stack

Software Defined


Aperi offers instant deployment by starting and stopping software applications using lightweight virtual machines. There’s no need to adapt or change the underlying common off-the-shelf compute and switch platform.

Real-Time Performance


The platform provides the speed, agility and security needed to address today’s changing media consumption with the extremely low latency and high quality needed for live production.

Native IP


Rather than static, high-cost traditional video hardware, you pay only for what you need, when you need it, and resources can be redirected easily.

Your Benefits

Elasticity and Speed


Spin new channels and workflows up or down as needed to capture viewers in a matter of minutes, not months. New function and format innovations are delivered at the speed of software, thanks to the generic and open server-switch platform and an active app developer community.

Cost Savings


A pay-per-use model based on as-needed licensing allows the smartest use of resources and eliminates up-front investment. No costly, risk-heavy hardware or infrastructure adds.

Future Ready


Thanks to IP’s format-agnostic design, you can reach consumers wherever they are—on mobile devices and tablets—with a platform that accommodates 4K, remote production and more.

Aperi CTO Brian Keane with TV Technology’s IBC 2016 Best of Show awardAperi CTO Brian Keane with TV Technology’s IBC 2016 Best of Show award

Growing religious organization extends the scope of its low-latency, cost-effective and flexible network, including technical support.

With Aperi’s software-based live media processing platform, Eagle Brook Church is able to efficiently and flexibly broadcast services over an optical transport network from its main campus in Lino Lakes, MN to its six satellite locations via simulcast.

A brand new stand at IBC2018 will see Aperi – the pioneer of software-driven live remote production – demonstrate the technology that content producers and distributors all over the world are using for faster, more efficient live productions.
On stand 2.C21, Aperi will demonstrate a live 4K production chain that relies on Aperi’s production platform to achieve true remote production. Visitors to the show will see firsthand how deploying a software-based workflow, instead of traditional hardware-only or hybrid architectures, enable broadcast functions that can be turned on or off, as needed.

Booth SU11710 to present real-world customer deployments and multiple new platform applications including SMPTE 2110 support

Camarillo, CA, March 27, 2018 – Throughout the 2018 NAB Show Aperi, the pioneer of native-IP live media processing, will be demonstrating its live sports remote production technology to present the suitability of native-IP for today’s live productions. At the same time, it will present several new processing and functional applications, including a SMPTE 2110 network security application from its new location in the south upper hall, booth number SU11710.

Camarillo, CA, February 22, 2018 –Aperi, the pioneer of native-IP live media processing, will present several technology demonstrations throughout the VidTrans 2018 including its latest live sports remote production platform. At the conference and exhibition, the company will also be partnering with Video Clarity to show the quality of Aperi’s H.264 compression app as well as hosting a presentation session on IP: fact vs fiction.

Camarillo, CA, February 22, 2018 – During BVE 2018, Aperi will present several technology
demonstrations on the IABM Pavilion including its latest live sports remote production platform, an IP multiviewer and its unique software function app store for real-time media processing. The pioneer of native-IP live media processing will be exhibiting on stand K18 throughout the show which takes place at the ExCel London between 27 February – 1 March.

Camarillo, CA, January 8, 2018 – Aperi, the pioneer of native-IP live media processing, has delivered four new major project deployments in the final month of 2017, rounding off a year that saw the company expand its global footprint with two new offices and several key hires.
Customer deployments
Remote production workflows are no longer theoretical, but practical way of creating live content while reducing costs. But to operate them effectively, the transport of media is of the utmost importance. As proof of the reliability of its platform, one of America’s top sports leagues has implemented Aperi’s virtualized technology to transport low-latency live feeds with the industry’s most compact, high-quality H.264 compression. This sits at the heart of the sports league’s latest remote production workflow.

Camarillo, CA, November 6, 2017 – IP media processing pioneer Aperi is continuing its global expansion with the opening of an office in London that will serve the EMEA region. This is the second office that Aperi has outside of the US having recently set up in Melbourne, Australia.

The company has also appointed Cesare Camparada as senior market development and technology manager for EMEA. Cesare has 15 years’ experience working in the broadcast and media technology industry with previous technical sales and account management roles at an Italian systems integrator and at compression codec specialist V-Nova. His in-depth knowledge in these areas gives Cesare firsthand insight into the challenges the industry is facing today.

Camarillo, CA, September 11, 2017 – Aperi, the pioneer of software-based live IP media processing today announces that it has appointed Sergey Lvov in the newly-created position of software director. This appointment comes after a number of significant customer deployments and the opening of Aperi’s first office outside of the United States, which cements the company’s leading position within a market that’s moving away from hardware-centric workflows and towards software-based systems. Sergey comes from California-based Ixia - one of the fastest-growing IP network test, measurement and security solutions providers.

August 24, 2017 – China’s state television broadcaster, China Central Television – known around the world as CCTV – will implement the media virtualization functionality of Aperi’s IP-based live media processing platform. The broadcaster – which outputs more than 50 channels of programming – will use the platform to deliver more than 120 bi-directional links of high bandwidth, low-latency 4K, 3G-HD and SD media between its current and former headquarters in Beijing, some 15km apart.

Camarillo, CA, August 23, 2017 – Following several significant technology deployments in the last 12 months, Aperi, the pioneer of software-based live IP media processing is cementing its growing presence in the Asia Pacific region by opening a dedicated office in Melbourne, Australia. The news comes as Aperi also appoints David Drew in the new position of senior technology manager for Asia Pacific.

In an announcement that further enables the broadcast industry to benefit from native-IP live production infrastructures, Aperi today announced that it will partner with LeaseWeb, a significant global cloud hosting brand, which offers global Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) including dedicated servers, cloud-based servers, CDN services, cybersecurity solutions, colocation and hybrid cloud offerings

Aperi partners with video-over-IP leader Macnica - copy

Aperi, the pioneer in bringing software-based real-time IP media processing to live production and networking, has partnered with Macnica Technology, a division of the $4B Macnica Group, offering industry-leading video-over-IP intellectual property and products...

Aperi, together with Ciena, team to deliver virtualized media network services

Solution brings media function virtualization to a large Asia-based service provider Camarillo, CA, September 11, 2016 – Aperi, the pioneer in bringing software-based real-time IP media processing to live production and networking, today announced a deal to provide a major Asia-based global service provider with its integrated native IP live media processing platform. Building on […]

Aperi delivers Virtualized Media Network

Camarillo, CA, September 10, 2016 – Aperi, the pioneer in bringing software-based real-time IP media processing to live production and networking, is providing a major Asia-Pacific based global service provider with its integrated native IP live media network and processing platform. Building on recent successful implementations, including a UHD/4K live IP remote production during the […]

Aperi and Barco Silex partner to provide native IP live remote production in 4K

Industry-first native IP workflow in 4K/VC-2 HQ demonstrated at IBC Camarillo, CA, September 2, 2016 – Aperi, the pioneer in bringing software-based real-time IP media processing to live production and networking, and Barco Silex, leading provider of image and video compression technology in the audiovisual industry, successfully demonstrated industry-first native IP live remote production for […]

Gearhouse Broadcast to highlight new 4K, IP and remote production technologies at IBC2016

Aperi’s real-time IP media processing among solutions being assessed Watford, UK, 23 August 2016 – Gearhouse Broadcast, a leading supplier of specialist broadcast solutions, will highlight new technology from Aperi at IBC2016 as part of an ongoing commitment to understand 4K and IP video infrastructures and remote production. The proof of concept workflow installation is […]

VIDI partnership brings Aperi platform to European and international sports markets

Camarillo, CA, USA and Darmstadt, Germany – 23 August, 2016 — In order to deliver its pioneering software-based IP media processing platform to live productions across much of Europe, Aperi Corporation has joined forces with VIDI GmbH (VIDI). The global systems integrator will make the Aperi platform available to customers across Germany, Austria, Switzerland and […]

Aperi brings industry-first native IP processing and virtualisation to IBC 2016

Platform will also be featured at multiple partner/end-user stands Camarillo, CA, USA, July 23, 2016 – Aperi Corporation, the pioneer in bringing software-based real-time IP media processing to live production and networking, will bring its industry-first native IP live media processing to IBC (stand 2.C27). Attendees can also see Aperi at work at partners Gearhouse, […]

Aperi and D&MS sign distribution agreement

Camarillo, CA, USA and Oud Gastel, the Netherlands June 15, 2016 – Aperi Corporation, the pioneer in bringing software-based real-time IP media processing to live production and networking, and Digital & Media Solutions (D&MS), an internationally operating and approved system integrator, have joined forces to bring Aperi’s unique software platform to the Netherlands and Belgium […]

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The Aperi team talks native IP