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Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) Media Solutions today announces the launch of its MediaFirst End-to-End Ultra High Definition (UHD) solution, the industry’s first software-based, multi-application media processing and encoding platform to deliver UHD content from camera to consumer, across the entire media delivery landscape.
Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) has been selected by Telefónica to power a range of advanced TV services across its operating businesses in Latin America. The solution will be rolled out in 13 countries and will be available in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Peru by the end of this year, with eight other Latin America countries to follow by the end of 2020.
ERLANGEN, Germany/LAS VEGAS, Nevada – Ericsson Media Solutions, one of the leading suppliers of professional broadcast media solutions, is the first manufacturer to support the MPEG-H TV Audio System in contribution applications.
At NAB Show 2018 in Las Vegas (#SU720), Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) Media Solutions will show how it is transforming television by envisioning unique experiences that can be delivered everywhere for everyone through a set of evolved end-to-end media solutions. Building on a rich heritage in the global media business and fueled by the recent investment from One Equity Partners, Ericsson Media Solutions aims to become the industry’s leading and most innovative media solutions provider for TV operators, broadcasters and content owners.
Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) Media Solutions’ market-leading AVP 2000 Contribution Encoder was selected by AT&T to help reliably deliver high-quality UHD encoding to enhance its coverage of a premier golf tournament, after success leveraging the solution for a major winter sports event in February.
Next-generation TV operators can cost-effectively take their customers to new levels of personalized consumer experience satisfaction as a result of collaboration between Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) Media Solutions and Amlogic to make Ericsson’s MediaFirst middleware available via Amlogic’s chipsets.
Last week I had the pleasure and honor of accepting the prestigious Frost & Sullivan 2018 Global Market Leadership Award for our MediaFirst Video Processing suite of applications on behalf of the entire Ericsson Media Solutions team...
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — March 20, 2018 — Based on its recent analysis of the media and entertainment M&E video transcoders multiscreen/video on demand (VOD) industry, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Ericsson Media Solutions with the 2018 Global Market Leadership Award for its MediaFirst Video Processing suite of applications
As I highlighted in the first part of my blog, the development of new cloud technologies will be fundamental in realizing the future of our industry.
The TV and Media industry is in the midst of an enormous transition towards and around software-defined networks – specifically cloud and the role of IP.
My colleague Mark Russell, CTO & Head of Strategy, Ericsson Media Solutions, recently outlined our Emmy award-winning portfolio and our plans to drive R&D and innovation to develop the most scalable, highest performance and cost-effective media solutions in the industry.
STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN – February 8, 2018 – NBC Olympics, a division of the NBC Sports Group, has selected Ericsson to provide video contribution solutions for its production of the XXIII Olympic Winter Games, which take place in PyeongChang, South Korea, from February 8 – February 25.
In part one we set out how we will establish Media Solutions as a leading independent video technology company. We now want to share more about our mission to advance video service delivery with our state-of-the-art infrastructure and software.
Earlier this week, we made a major announcement, confirming that Ericsson has partnered with One Equity Partners, who have taken a 51% stake to become the majority owner of Media Solutions.
Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) is partnering with One Equity Partners, a private equity firm with deep expertise in media and telecom investments, which will become the majority owner of Media Solutions.
The television experience has evolved tremendously over the past hundred years. What was once a singularly linear broadcast offering, fixed at the heart of the living room, has turned into a highly fragmented, multi-platform and mobile experience.
Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) has been selected by Bell Canada, the number one television provider in Canada, to power its next generation multiscreen TV services.
Mobile consumption is exploding. Consumers are not only shifting where they are watching, but also on which device to consume certain types of content. They are now rating their user experience through the relative value of watching video on different screens.