Increased complexity of video distribution across multiple codecs and packaging standards, is driving the need to double or triple encoding compute, while improving storage costs. Beamr is an image science and video technology innovator, and Eli Lubitch President of Beamr joins Chip Chat in this archive of a livecast interview from the IBC Show in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Beamr works with Intel to provide content-adaptive bitrate technology to meet the most demanding trends in the content distribution and video streaming industry. Beamr’s scalable compression technology solutions are designed to take full advantage of the underlying Intel architecture with Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors, as well as fixed function video cores.
Video content distribution is happening across the world from the billions of mobile devices being used by content creators to regional and International Media Companies and Broadcasters, and it's all happening with different formats. Eli shares where he sees the opportunity for the industry to really drive breakthroughs beyond the transition to 4K and then 8K.
For more information visit: www.beamr.com
Additionally, listeners can tune into ‘The Video Insiders’ hosted by Beamr team covering the hottest topics on the minds of streaming video professionals. Nothing is off limits - video compression, codecs, encoding, transcoding, workflows, technology trends and business models - The Video Insiders and their guests cover it all: www.thevideoinsiders.com
IBC and Intel collaborated on the 'Visual Cloud Conference' that brought together thought leaders across the industry to drive dialogue and advancements around the future of streaming media and other visual cloud services. Explore Visual Cloud demos and presentations from the event here: www.intel.com/visualcloud
Learn more about Intel’s work in network transformation, 5G and edge computing at www.networkbuilders.intel.com
Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and/or other countries.
*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.