Triveni Digital to showcase its NEXTGEN TV services following the growth of ATSC 3.0 deployments at NAB Show New York 2022

Following the trend of ATSC 3.0 deployments, Triveni Digital has announced that they will demonstrate its NEXTGEN TV solutions at NAB Show New York. The company’s solutions have already been implemented at broadcasters in the U.S. such as Meredith, Hearst Television, Sinclair Broadcast Group, and ARK Multicasting.

SkyScraper XM Datacasting System, in its ATSC 3.0 version, is revenue datacasting service. It supports standard content distribution and private NRT distribution applications over ATSC 3.0 and ATSC 1.0, with data delivery features such as Forward Error Correction (FEC), Opportunistic Data Insertion, and statistical multiplexing through hybrid broadcast and broadband delivery systems.

StreamScope XM ATSC 3.0 Monitor is a professional monitoring, auditing, and logging system. It offers integration with Triveni Digital’s StreamScope XM Analyzer, StreamScope XM Dashboard, and StreamScope Enterprise. Connected to Triveni Digital’s StreamScope Enterprise, the system provides broadcasters with enterprise-wide visibility into ATSC 3.0 service assurance issues, helping them detect, isolate, and resolve these issues.

StreamScope Enterprise platform is a tool that provides regionwide QoS monitoring, with the capability to manage a collection of assurance elements, view overall system status, and launch problem-solving sessions for specific faults detected. The StreamScope Enterprise platform connects to Triveni Digital’s StreamScope XM ATSC 3.0 Monitor to streamline NEXTGEN TV delivery. StreamScope Enterprise is also integrated with Avateq’s AVQ200 RF signal inspector.

“Broadcasters moving to ATSC 3.0 want to deliver new revenue-generating services such as advanced emergency alerts, program guides, targeted advertising, and datacasting applications in the most efficient way possible,” said Ralph Bachofen, vice president of sales and marketing at Triveni Digital.

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