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April 28th, 2015

Ericsson Video Storage and Processing Platform 2015 NewBay Media Best of Show Award   

Video Storage and Processing Platform offers next generation cloud TV services that attract and retain subscribers, with reduced cost and complexity, with our highly scalable, integrated storage and computing platform.

[SatNews] Ericsson announced that its Video Storage and Processing Platform, a high performance, all-software infrastructure, has been honored by NewBay Media with its ‘Best of Show: TV Technology’ award. The awards recognize a select group of industry-leading products exhibited this year’s NAB Show in Las Vegas.

Ove Anebygd, Vice President and Head of Solution Area Media, Ericsson says, “TV Consumers are already demanding access-anywhere services and infinite content choice, and will soon become frustrated with the fragmenting industry approach to delivering on-demand services. As a result, TV service providers are under increasing pressure to quickly and efficiently deploy complex time and place shifted TV services.

Ove Anebygd, Vice President and Head of Solution Area Media

“Our latest platform establishes the current industry benchmarks for performance, flexibility, and scale. Specifically optimized for media and suitable for time-shifted services such as cloud-based DVR, it has scale-out capabilities which have been proven to support over 150 petabytes of video storage across demanding customer sites worldwide. This award is testament to our market leading position in the media space. Our unique, flexible and disruptive approach to reducing costs and simplifying processes is enabling our customers to delight consumers in their TV experiences, and to deliver business results though increased loyalty, new subscribers and revenues,” Anebygd added.

Ericsson’s Media Vision 2020 research predicts that by the year 2020, time spent watching on-demand and time-shifted content will have reached 50:50 parity with linear and live TV. TV service providers therefore must ensure that they can address accelerating consumer demand through scalable and resilient infrastructures, while still being able to deliver unparalleled performance that sustains high recording and playout concurrency, especially in all-new adaptive bitrate delivery architectures.

The Video Storage and Processing Platform powers Ericsson’s Cloud DVR solution, which was recently launched at NAB Show 2015 following Ericsson’s acquisition of Fabrix Systems. It offers a unique and tested infrastructure, which ensures that existing television services can be seamlessly enhanced or replaced with advanced private cloud-based services. This all-software platform leverages and transforms the video-specific performance of large arrays of Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) servers.