A few days from now Amsterdam will become the center of the video and TV world, when thousands of exhibitors and tens of thousands of attendees descend on the Dutch capital to talk about the past, present and future of the industry. Meet up with Divitel during IBC 2017 to learn about the exciting new ways in which we’re helping operators and broadcasters fundamentally change the economics of their video delivery operations. Read on to find out what we have in store for this year’s IBC.
We’re doing exciting things for operators. Meet us at IBC 2017 and learn more
As a system integrator specialized in video delivery technology, our expertise is second to none. As such, we’d love the opportunity to talk to you about upcoming video delivery technology projects, challenges and solutions. There’s more, though. With video delivery solutions becoming increasingly complex, fueled both by customer requirements as well as technological advances, there’s a growing need for lean, but effective operational support to keep systems running at peak performance, as well as support further development without compromising stability. Our answer is Managed Services for Operators and we’d love to tell you all about it.
Use the form below, mail firstname.lastname@example.org or reach out to your Divitel contact to set up a meeting at our dedicated on-site meeting room at IBC 2017.
Attend our closed-door, one-hour Android TV workshop
Are you a TV operator that would like to know more about Android TV and its opportunities – and threats – for your business? Are you attending IBC 2017 in Amsterdam? We’re hosting closed-door, one-hour Android TV workshops that dive into the strategic and the practical implications of Android TV for TV operators, featuring ample room for discussion as well as multiple demo’s on a wide range of hardware. Leave your email address on our Android TV vs Android Open Source Platform: Which is right for you? page for more info.
The third – and 2017’s final – edition of the Video Delivery Landscape
If you’re involved in video delivery technology in any shape or form, you know about the Video Delivery Landscape. What started out as an internal tool to illustrate an increasingly complex vendor ecosystem, has turned into a phenomenon that has found it’s way to tens of thousands of video and TV professionals. After the second edition of the Landscape, launched at ANGACOM 2017, we’ve gone back to the drawing board to re-invent our listing of the most important companies in video delivery. Our mission was to add even more value for the professionals using it, while further improving on the quality of the underlying data.
The result will be the Video Delivery Landscape 2017 booklet: The now-traditional Video Delivery Landscape poster you know and love, presented in a (free) booklet that features background info and contact details for every single company, brand and product listed. Leave your email address on our Video Delivery Landscape page and you’ll receive a digital copy of the poster and booklet when it launches, on September 14th. If you’re attending the IBC 2017 conference, you’ll find the booklet in your attendee bag and if you’re at the exhibition, you’ll be able to pick up a booklet at various locations throughout the venue.
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