Ateme to showcase solutions for enhanced content delivery at NAB Show 2024

Ateme has announced its participation in the upcoming 2024 NAB Show in Las Vegas, USA. From April 13th to 17th, visitors will be able to explore Ateme’s latest innovations at booth W1721, designed to empower content and service providers to achieve greater efficiency and effectiveness, in the company’s words.

The showcase will spotlight a range of cutting-edge solutions aimed at revolutionizing audience engagement and content monetization strategies. Among these offerings are technologies facilitating great video experiences, including NextGen TV interactivity and real-time sports streaming with minimal latency. Additionally, Ateme will demonstrate personalized viewing options and immersive audio experiences, leveraging state-of-the-art codecs with the goal of captivating audiences.

Integral to Ateme’s showcase are AI-driven solutions tailored to enhance content monetization through Dynamic Ad Insertion and Free Ad-Supported TV (FAST) services. According to the company’s statements, these innovations enable providers to maximize revenue streams while delivering tailored advertising experiences to viewers.

In line with industry demands for cost-effective operations, Ateme will also unveil solutions optimizing contribution, production, and distribution workflows, seamlessly integrating both on-premises and cloud-based environments. By embracing a hybrid approach, Ateme enables providers to significantly reduce infrastructure investments and operational expenses while maintaining superior service quality, company explains.

RĂ©mi Beaudouin, Chief Strategy Officer at Ateme, emphasized the significance of innovation in addressing industry challenges: “In today’s competitive landscape, our priority is to deliver solutions that not only elevate user experiences but also drive operational efficiency. At the 2024 NAB Show, we will present flexible hybrid solutions capable of seamlessly navigating between on-premises and cloud environments. By harnessing the power of AI and GenAI, we aim to deliver superior engagement and cost efficiencies, empowering providers to thrive in an evolving market.”

Ateme’s speaking engagements at the 2024 NAB Show:

April 14, 15:20-15:40 in the West Hall, W220-W221: Ateme’s Khaled Jerbi, Advanced Research Engineer, and Thomas Burnichon, VP Innovation Strategy, will present “MV-HEVC, the key format to stream stereoscopic content to VR headsets” at the NAB Broadcast Engineering & IT Conference (BEIT).

April 15, 1:50 – 2:10 in the West Hall, W222-W223: Ateme’s Khaled Jerbi, Advanced Research Engineer, will present the paper “Audience Aware Streaming,” co-authored with Akamai’s Will Law, Chief Architect, Cloud Technology Group.

April 16, 14:00-14:30 in the West Hall, NAB Floor Theater, Connect Zone: Mickael Raulet, CTO at Ateme; Josh Tidsbury, Senior Manager Technology Evangelism at Apple; Scott Labrozzi, VP, Core Media Technology/Engineering Fellow at Disney; and Jonas Klittmark, Director of Business & Product at Dolby Laboratories, will participate in a panel discussion on “Streaming 3D movies to Apple Vision Pro with MV-HEVC.”

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