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C2M intervient à l'EBU BroadThinking 2013 / C2M Speaks at EBU BroadThinking 2013

C2M intervient à l'EBU BroadThinking 2013 / C2M Speaks at EBU BroadThinking 2013 | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

BroadThinking 2013

27-28 Mars 2013 / EBU, Genève

Quand le broadcast rencontre le broadband : un évènement clé pour ceux qu'intéressent les services hybrides, l'interactivité, le second écran, les CDNs, la distribution IP et plus encore.

 

La présentation C2M : Architecture des services multiscreen

Alors que la compétition se renforce dans le domaine de la distribution vidéo, les opérateurs doivent mettre en place des services OTT complexes et évolutifs dans des délais courts, tout en supportant un nombre toujours plus important de terminaux. Cela génère beaucoup de défis dans le domaine des workflows, de la sécurité, de l'architecture et du développement. Cette session parcourera les principales difficultés rencontrées lors de la construction de tels services multiscreen et examinera quelques unes des réponses techniques actuelles ou à venir qui y répondent.

 

 

BroadThinking 2013

27-28 March 2013 / EBU, Geneva

Where broadcast meets broadband : a key event for anyone interested in hybrid services, interactivity, second screen, CDNs, IP delivery and more.

 

C2M's Presentation : Multiscreen services architecture

As competition for the video distribution is hardening, operators are required to build complex and evolutive OTT services in short delays, while supporting an ever growing range of devices. This generates a lot of challenges in workflows, security, architecture and development. This session will go through the main difficulties met while building such multiscreen services and examine some of the current or incoming technical answers.

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More Screens, More Money for Google?

More Screens, More Money for Google? | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

 

On an earnings call with analysts and investors today, Google CEO Larry Page pegged the search giant's future to "multiscreen" experiences that make it easy for a user to switch from, say, an Android mobile device to a Chromebook computer to an Internet-connected television.

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BBC offers solution for connected TV fragmented market

BBC offers solution for connected TV fragmented market | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

While many connected television devices and displays now support web standards such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript, they invariably differ in their capabilities and conformance to standards. The BBC has developed an abstraction layer to decouple its own applications from these underlying device complexities. The corporation is planning to make its TV Application Layer available to third parties to help stimulate the market for connected television applications.

 

Although the emerging HTML5 specification is often seen as the solution to interoperable web applications, in practice there are many differences in compatibility between devices that claim support for web standards. This is a familiar problem on the web but the fragmentation of different flavours appears to be even more of an issue with consumer electronics products.

 

The BBC TV Application Layer or TAL attempts to deal with the differences between devices, such as remote control key mapping, media player interfaces, networking and storage. In theory this means that the BBC can develop and deploy applications on a well-defined interface without being aware of the specifics and idiosyncrasies of each device.


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Multiscreen TV flourishes in Western Europe

Multiscreen TV flourishes in Western Europe | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

The number of pay-TV providers in Western Europe offering multiscreen services will almost double over the next four years from approximately 50 in 2012 to 90 by 2016, according to US research firm Park Associates.

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Two-thirds of pay-TV subs have access to multiscreen services

Western European multiscreen operator-provided growth has led to an 80% increase in coverage and given 66% of pay-TV subscribers in the region access to these services.
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