NAB Show: Triveni Digital To Feature ATSC 3.0 Solutions
As ATSC 3.0 deployments ramp up across the U.S., broadcasters are looking for ways to simplify the transition to NextGen TV and optimize the delivery of new revenue-enhancing services, including advanced emergency alerts, program guides, targeted advertising, and datacasting applications.
At the 2022 NAB Show (April 23-27 in Las Vegas), Triveni Digital will demonstrate its end-to-end NextGen TV solutions for broadcasters. Triveni Digital’s ATSC 3.0 solutions offer extensive integration with third-party products and have been deployed by leading broadcasters in the U.S., including Meredith, Hearst Television, Sinclair Broadcast Group and ARK Multicasting.
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A key highlight at the 2022 NAB Show will be Triveni Digital’s new StreamScope XM ATSC 3.0 monitor. The ATSC 3.0 professional monitoring, auditing, and logging system plays a pivotal role in increasing operational efficiencies for broadcasters and delivering a high quality of service for NextGen TV. The system also includes long-term monitoring and reporting capabilities that speed up postmortem analysis.
The new ATSC 3.0 monitor offers seamless integration with Triveni Digital’s StreamScope XM Analyzer, StreamScope XM Dashboard, and StreamScope Enterprise, and is a must-have solution for broadcasters operating in the NextGen TV environment. Connecting to Triveni Digital’s StreamScope Enterprise centralized software solution, the system allows broadcasters to have enterprise-wide visibility into service assurance issues to detect, isolate, and resolve ATSC 3.0 issues quickly.
It will also showcase its SkyScraper XM Datacasting System for ATSC 3.0. SkyScraper XM supports standard content distribution and private NRT distribution applications over ATSC 3.0 and ATSC 1.0, with optimized data delivery features such as Forward Error Correction (FEC), Opportunistic Data Insertion, and statistical multiplexing through hybrid broadcast and broadband delivery systems.
Triveni Digital will demonstrate the SkyScraper XM system with a variety of receivers, showcasing its unparalleled scalability and efficiency for delivering advanced, revenue-enhancing datacasting services. In particular, SkyScraper XM will be shown with Triveni’s new Media Hub receiver, designed to simplify shared media access in facilities such as schools and learning centers. Datacasting applications that will be highlighted include IoT, remote learning, connected car and autonomous vehicles, and gaming. As new datacasting applications emerge and as ATSC 3.0 is more broadly deployed, Triveni Digital’s SkyScraper XM will accommodate the new use cases on a variety of hardware and operating system solutions.
Also, Triveni Digital will lead several ATSC 3.0-themed conference sessions at the 2022 NAB Show as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to providing educational information to broadcasters.
- Mark Corl, senior vice president of emergent technology development, will share insights on “Exploring the Benefits of ATSC 3.0 Datacasting and Opportunistic Data Insertion (ODI)” during the Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology Conference on April 24 at 10:35 a.m.
- Company executives will also present at the Future of Delivery Theater and NextGen TV Demo Lab Theater.
Ralph Bachofen, Triveni VP of sales and marketing, said: “NextGen TV is now being broadcast in more than 40 markets covering 45% of the U.S. population. Broadcasters making the transition to ATSC 3.0 have an incredible opportunity to open new revenue streams. Triveni Digital is leading the charge to streamline NextGen TV operations with end-to-end ATSC 3.0 solutions for optimized delivery of datacasting services enabling broadcasters to drive new revenue streams.”