At CES 2024,Broadpeak®, a global expert in video delivery with more than 150 customers serving more than 200 million end-users worldwide, will highlight innovative video streaming solutions that ensure an outstanding quality of experience (QoE) for live sports, better monetization for video services, and reduced energy consumption.
“Enhancing monetization of video streaming services, elevating streaming quality, and optimizing energy efficiency are of the utmost importance for video service providers,” said Jacques Le Mancq, CEO at Broadpeak. “At CES 2024 we’ll showcase Broadpeak’s pioneering video delivery innovation, with cloud-native solutions that allow streamers and pay-TV operators to seamlessly adapt to the ever-evolving landscape and maximize their revenues.”
Key Highlights at CES 2024 Will Include:
Simplifying the Monetization of Video Services with SSAI and FAST 2.0
Broadpeak will showcase the next generation of its server-side ad insertion (SSAI) solution at CES 2024. Broadpeak’s dynamic ad insertion solution, available as a service on the company’s broadpeak.io SaaS platform, enables increased monetization, ease of use, and a short time to market for the delivery of targeted ads.
In addition, Broadpeak will demonstrate FAST 2.0, highlighting solutions for accelerating the deployment and performance of FAST channels in partnership with OKAST.
Ensuring Outstanding Live Sport Streaming Experiences with Multicast ABR
At CES 2024, Broadpeak will demo advanced solutions for delivering the ultimate video streaming experience to sports fans. Broadpeak’s high-performance CDN and nanoCDN™ multicast ABR solutions will be featured, showing how video service providers can stream popular live events to millions of viewers with low-latency and without making extra infrastructure investments. Successful real-world deployments will be shown in the suite.
Reducing the Environmental Impact of Video Streaming with mABR and openCDN
Broadpeak’s high-performance, energy-efficient video servers leverage multicast ABR to reduce the infrastructure required for streaming one-time, popular events, eliminating the need to dimension the network at peak. Utilizing Broadpeak’s open CDN solution, Direct to Consumers (D2C) streamers can mutualize the use of networks, working directly with ISPs to improve sustainability, reduce video delivery costs, and enhance QoE for end users.