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LCEVC makes high-quality VR immersive video a reality, today

by Guendalina Cobianchi VR headsets are great for gaming. However, if you have ever tried a VR headset and watched immersive video you might have been a little underwhelmed by the experience. The excitement of trying one of the most advanced pieces of tech just did not deliver the expected level of quality and engagement. Maybe it was the low resolution…
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Yes, we should deploy next-gen codecs today

Guido Meardi, April 2021 Recently, I had the pleasure of reading a blogpost by Dan Rayburn (https://www.streamingmediablog.com/2021/04/av1-timeline.html) which captures very nicely the paradoxes and challenges facing some of the latest video compression technologies. In It, Dan summarizes AV1’s general adoption delays and, more importantly…

V-Nova supports World Health Organisation (WHO) with high-quality video collaboration between sites

By Matt Hughes, SVP Global Sales, V-Nova The entire world from governments and multi-national organisations through to the general public all look to the World Health Organization (WHO) for authoritative guidance relating to global health issues. As a key component of the United Nations, the WHO’s mission is to initiate and support efforts to attain…

2019 Industry review

By Fabio Murra, SVP Product & Marketing. As we approach the end of 2019 – and before we all get caught up in Christmas festivities, it is a great time to stop and review the myriad of different topics the industry has been debating this year, including cloud transformation, low-latency streaming, 5G connectivity, 4K and 8K. Still, I believe the…

V-Nova and Xilinx at NAB 2019

Hosts: NAB Show and Broadcast Beat Speakers: V-Nova: Guido Meardi – CEO & Co-Founder Xilinx: Sean Gardner – WW Marketing Manager for Cloud Video With the combined Xilinx/V-Nova PERSEUS solution, video service operators can accelerate their current workflows with over 4x increases in density. Using the same capacity, servers and electricity;…

The many challenges of remote graphics production

By Bill Hendler, VP Sales - US The overwhelming momentum of remote production (“At Home”, REMI, GREMI, pick your acronym!) has driven the development of high quality and low-latency network video contribution equipment, including our innovative P.Link platform.  Remote graphics production adds a number of new stringent requirements to remote production…

MWC 2019: 5G underlines the essential value of 3G and 4G

By Fabio Murra, SVP Product & Marketing. Now that the dust has settled on MWC 2019, it’s time to reflect. Mobile is spearheading a global drive into an era of mass connectivity and seemingly at such breakneck pace that it is worth pausing to consider the implications for business today. As anticipated, the conference and exhibition halls in…

Collapsing networks at the World Cup

by Rick Clucas Like many British people this weekend I was caught out by the England football team progressing to the World Cup quarter finals and therefore already had commitments on Saturday afternoon, never fear the BBC iPlayer to the rescue! Well for most of the game anyway, on Saturday the usually impressively robust iPlayer collapsed with a…

PERSEUS 2 Royalty Free?

by Guido Meardi Why should you read this? Do you ever wonder why operators in the media industry, and especially New Media players, are so keen on royalty-free codecs? Do you see little difference between per-device patent royalties and per-use supported SW licensing? Do you believe that VP9 and – when it will be available – AV1 are the only royalty…