Dimetis to exhibit and demonstrate new broadcast productivity tools at the 2017 NAB show
OpsNGN – As content and broadcast networks move fully to the IP-based IT world, new complexities and challenges can arise. OpsNGN removes complexities by:
Orchestration – Streamline day-to-day management & automate provisioning.
Service Protection – Preserve revenue stream and keep customers delighted.
Rapid Service Delivery - HDR, 4K & Beyond / Optimized Workflows.
mX Media Exchange – Media management platform for broadcasters and service providers
Management, automation and transfer of large video/audio files with drag & drop functionality. Connects beautifully with 3rd party systems.
BOSS BROADCAST Manager – Comprehensive management software platform for monitoring, configuration, and control of streaming facilities, multiplex centers, IPTV, Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) and Advanced Television Systems (ATSC/HDTV).
Monitors & controls large number of devices independently of manufacturer and technology.
NAB Show, the world’s largest annual convention encompassing the convergence of media, entertainment and technology, expects 103,000 attendees from 166 countries and 1,700+ exhibitors.
Dimetis is a leading company in managing broadcast and hybrid networks over the last 25 years with various projects in the telecom and broadcast OSS domains. Dimetis global installed base of customers include such operators as AT&T, A1 Telekom (former Telekom Austria), AboveNet, GlobeCast France, Hibernia (USA & Europe), Telstra Australia, and Telenor Norkring Norway.
Dimetis is a member of the TMF, IETF, ETSI NFV, EBU bodies, which are dedicated to defining functional requirements and standards for the next generation networks and emerging architectures.
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