Posts tagged Technicolor
Field Test in Cleveland Demonstrates that ATSC 3.0 Can Can Deliver UHD HDR in a Challenging Urban Environment

In a field test conducted under the auspices of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) in Cleveland, OH between May 14th and May 16th, an engineering team from multiple industry participants showed how ATSC 3.0 technology can enhance the technological performance and economic value of existing broadcast infrastructures.

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AirTies' Philippe Alcaras and Technicolor's Gary Gutknecht Discuss the Growing Importance of Smart Wi-Fi to Network Service Provider Community

The number of devices relying on Wi-Fi access within the home is exploding. Along with the increase of devices, rising streaming needs are also creating conditions where Network Service Providers (NSPs) must focus on improving Wi-Fi connectivity within the home in order to provide the highest quality of experience subscribers expect.

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Technicolor's Luis Martinez-Amago Discusses Key Trends Defining Network Service Provider Strategies for the Connected Home

This year will see more Network Service Providers (NSPs) around the world embrace "managed services" as a core strategy for generating new recurring revenues and competing with retail offers, says Luis Martinez-Amago, President and General Manager for Technicolor's Connected Home Division, in an audio interview for journalists.

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Technicolor Returns to CES 2019 to Share Latest Innovations for the Connected Home

Technicolor experts and executives will be on hand during the CES 2019 conference and exposition -- being held over January 8-11 in Las Vegas -- to demo and discuss leading-edge developments on a range of connected home technologies, including: Management of Multiple Video Platforms, Android TV, Ultra-Broadband, DOCSIS 3.1, Wi-Fi 6, and Advanced HDR.

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Technicolor's Jos Delbar Reveals the Four Capabilities Critical to Achieving Seamless 4K OTT Content Delivery over Wi-Fi

Four key capabilities are necessary to deliver uninterrupted 4K video to the home: Detection, Monitoring, Proactive Care, and Reactive Care, says Jos Delbar, Product Manager at Technicolor, in the white paper, Guaranteeing Seamless 4K OTT Content Delivery, presented at the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2018, in Atlanta, GA, October 22-25.

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Technicolor's Eric Rutter Describes How North American Cable Industry is Responding to Changing Consumer Dynamics and New Economics of Component Costs

As new competitive dynamics and shifting consumer behaviors change the economic landscape for the Network Service Provider community, new go-to-market strategies that leverage partnerships across the value-chain will be critical to the future operations of North American cable providers.

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Technicolor's Sandra Carvalho Discusses How Engagement in Entertainment and Advertising is Changing in a Technology-driven, Multi-platform World

Organizations that master how to harness new technologies and platforms to engage with audiences in an authentic manner across an array of technologies and media platforms will be the only ones poised for success in the constantly changing entertainment and advertising arena, says Sandra Carvalho, Chief Marketing Officer at Technicolor, in a podcast interview for journalists.

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VFX Editor Matt Carson on How Technicolor PULSE Brought Automation to "Stranger Things Season 2" Editing Process

In a podcast interview for journalists, VFX editor Matt Carson describes how he was introduced to Technicolor PULSE when he was called in to help with production of Netflix's hit sci-fi series Stranger Things Season 2 early in 2017. He quickly discovered its power and its benefits.

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Cobalt Digital's Jesse Foster Discusses HDR's 2018 Outlook and Development Plans With Technicolor

2018 is shaping up to be a big year for high dynamic range (HDR), and to be ready, Cobalt Digital is working with Technicolor to upgrade and develop new products that give the broadcast television industry what they need to create and deliver HDR content and entertainment, says Jesse Foster, director of products and business development at Cobalt Digital, in a podcast interview for journalists.

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Technicolor's David Touzé Describes How Single-Layer Technology Helps Broadcasters Manage Complexity of Delivering HDR and SDR Content

Although high dynamic range (HDR) technology is on track for substantial growth in the next few years, there are still challenges in supporting all the non-HDR screens on TVs, smart phones and tablets that still represent the majority of devices currently present in the homes of consumers all around the world, says David Touzé, Senior Research Engineer, Technicolor, in a podcast interview for journalists during the SCTE 2017 conference being held in Denver, Colorado this week.

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SMPTE's Barbara Lange: Standards Are More Critical Than Ever in this Technologically Advanced and Video Driven Environment

As the entertainment industry continues to rapidly evolve, traditional frameworks are being disrupted in almost every way.  To ensure that traditional players, along with the new generation of companies and technologies, continue to deliver quality experiences to audiences, the role of standards is going to be more important than ever, according to Barbara Lange, Executive Director for the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, or SMPTE, in a podcast interview for journalists.

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MPC's Damien Fagnou on Technology Infrastructure Considerations of Bringing "Alien: Covenant In Utero" 360-degree VR Experience to Market

The producers of ALIEN: COVENANT have released "Alien: Covenant In Utero" a virtual reality experience, ahead of the movie's release. In a podcast interview for journalists (http://alien.technicolor.com/), MPC Chief Technology Officer, Damien Fagnou, says the tight production schedule to get the VR experience completed and released ahead of the movie would have been very difficult to achieve without the use of the Technicolor Production Network (TPN) and MPC's cloud-based rendering resources.

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Technicolor's Josh Limor on Lessons Learned from Spectrum SportsNet HDR Broadcast of NBA Game Between LA Lakers and Denver Nuggets

As broadcasters look for ways to deliver better video experiences to consumers who invest in the latest generation of television sets, the industry has set its sights on High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology. Broadcasters are testing the ability to bring major sporting events to consumers who can receive HDR signals...without leaving SDR audiences behind.

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Technicolor's David Baylis Explores the Role of LTE in Delivering Broadband Services to the Home – Even as Industry Gears Up for 5G

Long-term evolution (LTE) is rapidly evolving as a technology for providing broadband services in the home, complementing the traditional fixed broadband technologies: fiber, cable and digital subscriber line (DSL), says David Baylis, vice president of product management for next-generation gateways at Technicolor. These technologies will be the focus of much interest at Mobile World Congress 2017, which is being held in Barcelona between the 27th of February and the 2nd of March.

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