ATSC adds 3 new standards to 3.0
WASHINGTON – Three new ATSC 3.0 standards have been added to enable broadcasters to deliver mobile, interactivity and higher quality content. These include the link layer protocol to transport bits, as well as audio and video watermark emission standards that manage content watermarks.
CSA securing IoT products
SAN JOSE – The Cloud Secu-rity Alliance (CSA) IoT working group has released a report titled Future-proofing the Connected World: 13 Steps to Developing Se-cure IoT Products. It highlights the basic security measures that must be incorporated into the develop-ment process of IoT products, and the security items required in a product development life cycle.
RRS-16-Asia & Pacific focuses on bridging divide
GENEVA – Jointly organised by ITU and PITA, the Regional Radio-communication Seminar and Forum 2016 for the Asia-Pacific (RRS-16-Asia & Pacific) concluded with a renewed commitment to colla boration and capacity-build-ing programmes for APAC. The forum examined the bridging of the digital divide through the use of radiocommunication technologies, with a focus on the challenges and opportunities for spectrum harmonisation in the region.
While Inter BEE 2016 was predominately attended by local visitors, that did not stop a number of international brands to show off their latest products and solutions at Japan’s biggest broadcast trade show. Here are some highlights …
TRENDING — DRM in hosted or cloud environments greatly simplifies the management of various content packaging formats, streaming protocols and DRM, allowing operators to use a single platform in a multi-tenant mode of operations.
For many years now, we have taken for granted that the future of content production lies with IP, and how it promises many benefits.