VITEC, the advanced video encoding and streaming solutions company, is ready to demonstrate what it’s calling the industry’s first broadcast-grade integrated IPTV and digital signage platform — EZ TV 8.0 — at the 2017 NAB Show in Las Vegas.
The EZ TV 8.0 offering is designed for in-house distribution of TV feeds and private video content and for managing IPTV streams and digital signage campaigns in sports venues.
VITEC’s EZ TV IPTV and Digital Signage Platform gives organizations the ability to centrally manage IPTV and signage content, automate video streaming workflows and signage campaigns, and deliver a cutting-edge streaming experience to desktop users, TVs, and mobile devices in sports venues.
Utilizing VITEC’s hardware-based IPTV and signage end-points, users benefit from low-latency playback, real-time updating of electronic program guide, video-on-demand, time-shifted TV, user-controlled mosaic viewing of multiple channels in any format including H.264 and HEVC up to 4K, and real-time analytics. The integrated digital signage features offer signage authoring, administration, and analytics.
VITEC will also showcase the newest generation of a HEVC codec for the MGW Ace end-to-end 4:2:2 HEVC encoder and decoder solution; its 4K HEVC MGW Vision encoder; and the House of Worship Multi-Site Streaming Solution at the NAB Show, which is scheduled from April 24-27 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
VITEC will be at Booth SL6005 at the 2017 NAB Show.
“VITEC continues to successfully lead the HEVC revolution in sports, enterprise, federal, and field contribution applications,” said VITEC CEO Philippe Wetzel. “We look forward to demonstrating new technology developments for our video streaming solutions and appliances that continue to set the benchmark for quality, latency, and reliability.”