Benefits of Deploying Multicast-Assisted ABR Within an Operator Network
As operators transition to all-IP they are looking at opportunities to conserve access network bandwidth. Multicast-assisted ABR (M-ABR) is a low cost and easy to deploy solution that allows operators to see multicast gains on all in-home devices leveraging their TV Everywhere infrastructure. This panel, organized by CableLabs, will discuss how M-ABR can be deployed over any multicast-capable access network and effectively extends the operator's CDN into the home by caching content on the gateway. Learn how multicast-assisted ABR allows operators to transition to all-IP, which enables it to be used in the short-term or as a long-term solution to bandwidth conservation on the access network.
Moderator: Matt White, Principal Architect, IP Video Technologies - CableLabs
David Grubb, CTO, Cloud Solutions - ARRIS
Coby Young, Senior Director, Software Engineering - Comcast VIPER
Raj Nair, VP, Technology - Ericsson
Parissa Pandkhou, Director, Technology, Product Development - Verizon
The migration to streaming opens up a whole range of new experiences for the consumer and exciting business models for operators. The next chapter is to shift to cloud-native media components and media workflows. Operators are primed and ready to lead this change.
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