Join ARRIS at NAB where we will be presenting our next-generation solutions for optimizing video content processing, distribution, delivery and personalization from source to every screen.
- April 8-11, 2019
- Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV, USA
- Booth #SU2615
Complimentary Exhibits Pass
Visit our unique link before March 24th to complete the registration process for a complimentary Exhibits Pass. Beginning March 25th, the cost is $50.
Intelligent Program Distribution
Programmers are constantly looking to reduce overall bandwidth usage on satellite links, compounded by the FCC reclaiming C-band capacity for 5G. Furthermore, they will need to maintain the range of program formats offered with the continuous pressures to reduce satellite distribution costs. Learn how ARRIS IRDs enable over 3X efficiency improvement and offer alternate CDN distribution approaches by integrating support for HEVC, DVB-S2X and DC-II encrypted HLS.
Converged Ad Delivery
Two notable trends are emerging in the video space:
1) operators are using both IP streaming and traditional video delivery solutions to reach a broader audience
2) increased ad revenues can be achieved by more effectively delivering ads to the relevant demographics
ARRIS’s latest ad insertion solutions offer a common approach for both video delivery types. Operators that are evolving their networks to a distributed architecture can enable innovative ad revenue opportunities with Service Group level targeting on traditional QAM delivery networks.
The Smart Media Device enables an aggregated content services experience across traditional TV programming, streaming and OTT services. Combined with voice control and voice-visual application capabilities, users no longer need the remote and service providers can expand the service they offer beyond video to innovative media services. Check out ARRIS’s version of the Smart Media Device and explore how you can develop personalized experiences that drive new revenue opportunities.
The industry is undergoing a digital transformation where software applications and services are assuming the roles of traditional proprietary hardware. Virtualization, cloud and containerization technologies are allowing for these services to migrate from a proprietary platform to a public and/or private Cloud-using commodity hardware. These technologies are further fostering advancements in Orchestration and Automation approaches. Service Providers are exploring this shift to digital transformation to meet their demands of increasing revenue while reducing costs. In order to prepare for this transformation, Service Providers must reexamine their existing business workflows, policies, and infrastructure domains, and the processes and technologies that are in place to enable or modify new or existing services respectively.
Connecting with 5G
With next-gen wireless technologies like 5G being hailed as the next big disruptor, let’s discuss how ARRIS is developing products for media, entertainment and broadband data distribution to enable underserved neighborhoods with fixed wireless access capabilities and wireless streamed video services.