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February 23, 2017 - Aperi’s industry-first native IP processing a highlight at VidTrans 2017

Aperi’s industry-first native IP processing a highlight at VidTrans 2017

Andrew Osmond will present real-world implementations of the technology on February 28

VidTrans (Booth 33), Los Angeles, CA, February 23, 2017 Aperi will present industry-first native IP live media processing and networking at VidTrans 2017, February 28 – March 2, at the Marriott Hotel in Marina Del Rey, CA.

VidTrans is the Video Services Forum’s (VSF) annual conference and exposition, where this year’s theme is “Making IP Video Production a Reality.”

At booth 33, Aperi, a proud VSF member, will show how it’s working with key global service providers, content producers and broadcasters to seamlessly migrate their production workflows from SDI to a true native IP live production architecture. The platform is based on instant reprogrammable FPGA-acceleration technology, which is now recognized as the best way to deliver software-based virtualization for low latency, high quality live sports, entertainment and news production. The same concept has now been adopted by the world’s largest public cloud providers, including AWS and Microsoft Azure, who have rolled out high computational services based on the same technology in their data centers.

On February 28, Aperi’s Andrew Osmond will present From Theory to Reality: Native IP Live Production Using Media Function Virtualization, demonstrating how virtualization using instant reprogrammable FPGA-acceleration technology and applied data center principles turn hardware into software, and how microservers and apps can provide true Media Function Virtualization (MFV) for live IP production.

Over the past 12 months a number of major service providers and leading broadcasters in Europe, the U.S. and Asia have chosen Aperi for native IP media production and networking. Attendees will hear real-world case studies, including how the technology enabled a remote production in 4K—conceived and fully executed in six weeks—for a high-profile international professional sports event in France.

The application illustrates the extremely fast creation and spinning up and down of services enabled by the Aperi platform, which embraces the Network Function Virtualization (NFV) of the telecommunications industry and Software Defined Networking (SDN) of the data center world.

Apps, available from multiple brands in the Aperi App store, are dynamically deployed to Aperi’s compute engines, providing fast, secure and extremely cost-efficient virtualized media processing and delivery. Flexible floating licenses allow customers to offer the latest required services and functionalities at a fraction of today’s costs.

Aperi means ‘open’ in Latin, a nod to the company’s embrace of true open-source practices and open standards. Leading developers are choosing Aperi’s open platform to develop and publish apps for live media functions. New apps at Aperi’s growing App Store include 4K JPEG 2000 and 4K TICO codecs, Multiviewer, NAT Firewall, SMPTE 2022-1,2,5,6,7 and TR-03 encapsulations.

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