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LiveU, Ericsson, Nokia and the University of Patras demonstrate the benefits of dynamic slicing for video transmission over 5G

LiveU has announced that the company is participating in a 5G demonstration with L.M. Ericsson, Nokia, and the University of Patras (UoP). This development is under the umbrella of Europe 5G-Solution project.
In this trial, transmitting over 5G slices that were automatically set-up according to real-time analysis was achieved using several LiveU multi-cam LU800 field units and a network management process called Zero-Touch-Automation (ZTA). This mechanism has been designed by Ericsson.

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AWS team on WFA court

AWS shares its solution for streaming England’s wheelchair football league (WFA)

Leveraging guidance from an Amazon Web Services (AWS) team in the UK and more than $25,000 in funding secured through the AWS Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity (ID&E) Innovation Fund, the WFA had established a workflow using AWS Elemental MediaLive, an AWS service for real-time video encoding in the cloud, to live stream match coverage to YouTube.

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Ross and NBC Sports Network logotypes

Ross Video implements its solutions to enhance the graphics capabilities of NBC Sports Regional Networks

Ross Video announces that NBC Sports Regional Networks selected its XPression real-time motion graphics system and PIERO sports graphics analysis platform.
This division of NBCUniversal Local has implemented these solutions to enhance the networks’ operations and production.

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Gravity Media details broadcast technology to be used for Australian Open coverage

Gravity Media and Tennis Australia have announced that the production company will deploy broadcast and technology for coverage of the Australian Open. The company will provide production and connectivity services.

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Ateliere and Amdocs customers expand their capabilities to cope with content demand

Ateliere Creative Technologies and Amdocs have reached a new collaboration agreement. The objective is to allow media companies to assume growing content demands offering a joint solution.
As part of the deal, Ateliere has selected Amdocs’ Vubiquity as their preferred managed services partner.

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