Webinar: Software is Eating the Video Industry

Software-defined video solutions provide a seamless migration path to the future.
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Free Webinar: Tue, Oct 13, 2015, 12:00 p.m. EDT

The future of video is served, and it's software that is setting the table. By some estimates, 15-20 billion IP connected, video-capable devices will be in use in the next five years. This influx exerts enormous pressure on media companies to rapidly evolve traditional broadcast facilities in support of an infinitely more complex multiscreen world.

As the transition to HEVC advances, cloud infrastructure gains a foothold, HDR is on the horizon and device count ramps to 20 billion, software-defined video solutions provide a seamless migration path to the future.

Join Keith Wymbs, CMO at Elemental Technologies for a frank discussion about the role of software in this evolution.

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