Ateme integrates its 5G solutions with AWS to provide streaming and monitoring of content over 5G networks

Ateme announces that its 5G media streaming solution is now integrated into Amazon Web Services’ AWS Wavelength 5G Mobile-Access Edge Computing (MEC) infrastructure.

AWS Wavelength embeds AWS compute and storage services within 5G networks, providing mobile edge computing infrastructure for developing, deploying, and scaling ultra-low-latency applications.

5G MEC (Multi-access Edge Computing), is a network architecture that enables the deployment of applications at the edges of a 5G cellular network.

The integration was tested in a Wavelength zone within a tier-one operator’s network. This development enables the deployment of a complete 5G streaming and monetization platform including encoding, packaging, CDN and dynamic ad insertion (DAI) in a 5G MEC architecture.

Williams Tovar, 5G Media Streaming Solutions Director, Ateme, said, “After all the talk about 5G, the reality is even more exciting as it opens up innovative opportunities such as immersive content delivery in venues, and AR and VR content offerings that will be game-changing for service and content providers. AWS has an excellent solution with a global footprint, so we are excited to integrate our media streaming solutions into the AWS Wavelength 5G MEC architecture to create the first complete, low-latency streaming solution at the edge.”

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