ATCi implements IPTV content transport aggregation model
| 05 October 2014
Aiming to enable IPTV providers to compete with free services, Antenna Technology Communications (ATCi), has announced a new turnkey content transport system.

The system is designed to facilitate growth and profitability for evolving cable television and atomised IPTV markets, providing smaller cable and IPTV operators access to satellite transport from over 35 craft.

The new system is claimed to be able meets the requirements to deliver bandwidth to subscribers when they want it, how they want it, and where they want it. The integrated cloud powered solution encompasses sports, news, entertainment and ethnic channels for IP-based players providing tools to receive content from all viewable satellites both C-band and Ku-band.

Over the last few years ATCi has implemented systems globally for regional DTH, CATV, and IPTV delivery to facilitate geographic content requirements while providing digital ad insertion access to improve the overall valuation of such content. "Our customers have enabled us to continue to envision how to best integrate seamless harvesting technologies to provide profitable and simplified means to allow operators to compete effectively in the new media landscape," said Gary Hatch, ATCi's CEO.