Video software provider Synamedia will unveil new and enhanced solutions and services across video networks, platforms and security at the IBC 2019 show. Among the offerings:


  • A revamp of its video network portfolio and a new range of carrier-class Content Delivery Engines for its CDN for streaming scalability, speeds and reliability. To help traditional cable/satellite operators transition and scale smoothly to OTT content delivery, Synamedia is also launching five compute node variants that come pre-installed with updated applications for its world-class Digital Content Manager (DCM). 


  •  Synamedia DCM/Virtual DCM support for Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) with Remote PHY, a building block for cable operators as they modernize their hybrid fiber-coaxial (HFC) networks and evolve to IP by virtualizing and decentralizing  headend and network functions. 


  • Building on its hybrid broadcast/OTT heritage with traditional pay-TV providers, Synamedia will showcase Infinite as a video platform for D2C providers looking for a next-generation platform that excels at live streaming, helps to create stickiness and offers real-time analytics that power actionable insights. 


  • Synamedia will also showcase a unique hybrid common/unique copy solution for its Cloud DVR,as well as the fruits of its R&D investments in anti-piracy services and solutions. And the firm will announce updates to its Streaming Piracy Disruption managed service for broadcast and streaming, as well as enhancements to its Operational Security service. There will also be new functionality added to the Credentials Sharing Insight, which helps streaming providers combat for-profit illegal password sharing and also drive incremental revenues from casual account sharing.


“The industry is undergoing a period of profound and rapid change as the move to IP accelerates, opening up infinite opportunities for traditional and new pay-TV providers to change the way we consume content. At IBC we will be showcasing numerous innovations that support customers wherever they are on their IP journey,” said Jean-Marc Racine, chief product officer, Synamedia.

Lynn Leahey