MWC22: ATEME To Demo Streaming-Over-5G Use Cases
Ateme will be attending MWC22 in Barcelona at the French Pavilion (5B61-35), where it will showcase its optimized and sustainable 5G media delivery solution to support telecom operators in their quest to harness the technology.
Ateme will demo real use cases in streaming over 5G, showcasing the latest from the NESTED 5G project. The project, headed up by Ateme in collaboration with Orange and other industry leaders, aims to develop a high quality-of-experience (QoE) and sustainable video-streaming solution over 5G.
Attendees to the demo will discover how the solution leverages the latest advances in sustainable video processing and delivery enabling:
- A better quality of experience based on high-efficiency compression and low-latency CMAF enabled by Viaccess-Orca’s Player
- Better engagement with personalized streams thanks to Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC)
- Multicast/unicast convergence enabling peak audience reach
- DVB-I to unify player discovery.
A highly active contributor to industry standards, Ateme is the only encoder and delivery supplier to contribute to 3GPP standardization.
Mickaël Raulet, CTO, Ateme, says: “We are very excited to exhibit at MWC for the first time and to showcase how telcos can leverage 5G to unleash a wide range of opportunities. We committed to working on use cases focused on sustainable, efficient and simple video delivery and we look forward to demonstrating how our solutions are doing that over 5G, without compromising on quality of experience.”
The NESTED 5G project is headed by Ateme in collaboration with Orange, which tests the efficiency and sustainability of the NESTED streaming solution in real use cases over 5G. The project brings together leading French companies Viaccess-Orca, contributing its secure video player, QoE analytics enabler suite and targeted advertising solution, and ENENSYS Technologies with its MediaCast Mobile and its CubeAgent Mobile allowing multicast management, delivery and reception over fixed and mobile network. Renowned French institution IETR (Institut d’Electronique et des Technologies du numéRique), the research unit at French engineering school INSA Rennes, also participates by providing a VVC decoder.