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Fox teams with Ericsson, Intel, AT&T to deliver 4K over 5G at 2018 U.S. Open

FOX Sports, in cooperation with the Fox Innovation Lab and partners Ericsson, Intel and AT&T, will use 5G technology to stream 4K video over 5G for broadcast nationwide at this year’s 118th U.S. Open Championship on June 14-17 (FOX/FS1). The 5G wireless technology will transmit 4K HDR images from two FOX Sports cameras positioned on the challenging par-3 seventh hole ...

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Ericsson Media Solutions Selected by AT&T to Deliver Premier Golf Tournament

Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) Media Solutions’ market-leading AVP 2000 Contribution Encoder was selected by AT&T to help reliably deliver high-quality UHD encoding to enhance its coverage of a premier golf tournament, after success leveraging the solution for a major winter sports event in February. The deployment also includes Ericsson Media Solutions’ innovative HEVC Encoder Module, which provides high performance compression technology to ...

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Media Links Expands Product Management Team

Alex Borbely Media Links

Media Global Links, a 2014 Technology and Engineering Emmy® Award winner and market leader in media-over-IP transport solutions announces the appointment of Alexander J. Borbely Jr. to the position of Senior Solutions Product Line Manager. In his new position at Media Global Links, Alex will be responsible for managing the Company’s premier MD8000 platform of media-over-IP products, which is recognized ...

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2014 #NABShow Trends – IPTV & OTT… Who’s Watching What? Which Will Win?

A very interesting technology is experiencing a surge of interest.  Internet Protocol television (IPTV) is being examined more closely these days because of its many advantages.  Aside from live broadcast video, IPTV offers both content on demand and interactive (iTV) possibilities. IPTV differs from regular-old “Internet TV” because, chiefly, it is delivered through a set-top box, using standardized protocols (involving ...

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