Harmonic Brings New Efficiencies To Broadcast And OTT Service Delivery At Inter BEE 2018

| November 5, 2018

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Whether service providers are delivering traditional broadcast or video streaming offerings, they need to be more nimble, improve video quality and increase monetization. At Inter BEE 2018, Harmonic will demonstrate how its software-based approach for media processing, playout and delivery can be deployed in cloud and on-premises environments to increase agility and operational efficiencies, while driving superior-quality user experiences across all screens."Being agile is a critical necessity for today's content and service providers, given the speed with which technology and consumer viewing habits are changing," said Tony Berthaud, vice president of sales, APAC at Harmonic. "At Inter BEE 2018, we will bring the latest innovations in software and the cloud, to speed up time to market for video streaming services, driving new workflow efficiencies, better monetization and exceptional video quality."

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