Monthly January, 2012


High fidelity video compression for broadcast
and broadband.

The tests of MPEG-4 (H.264) HD encoders and decoders from six vendors (ADTEC Digital,ATEME, Ericsson, Television Inc., Harris Broadcast, International Datacasting and NTT Electronics) recorded a 98 percent pass rate for video and a somewhat lower pass rate for audio – a significant improvement from earlier tests. Formal tests were conducted at Telesat in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada from October 3- 7, 2011, and the results of these tests are now available on the WBU-ISOG website at:


NPA Conseil, a French consulting group specialized in media and digital industry, has issued a report highlighting the dynamism of the catch-up TV market in France. To read this report, please click here.

During the past 3 years, a wide range of tablets and smart phones have been launched on to the market and consumer’s behavior has indeed radically changed. We are not only watching content on TV screens but also via companion screens. Gone are the days when we were slaves to TV schedules and we can now watch our favorite content, whenever we wish and wherever we desire.

Broadcasters are also pleased with this new Catch up TV trend as it increases opportunities for higher revenue within ad placements; but to be the best, content must be available right after the air broadcast up until several days after the live premiere. For some broadcasters this can be a burden.


ATEME developed a solution called TITAN, which resolves all Catch-up TV challenges. This innovative solution, flexible and scalable Intel®-based platform for multi-screen delivery, meets broadcasters’/content distributors’ requirements for high fidelity content by producing pristine video quality at the lowest bitrates. In addition, leveraging the processing capability of TITAN to transcode file as fast as possible, the ATEME solution addresses expectations of the immediate turnaround.

Rémi Beaudouin For more TITAN solution information, do not hesitate to contact our specialist: Rémi Beaudouin

ATEME, the leading provider of MPEG-4 video compression solutions, announced today the opening of a new regional office in Seoul, South-Korea.

Located in Jongno-gu, in central Seoul, and close to ATEME’s lead telecom and broadcast clients, the new office will provide enhanced support for existing deployments and develop new market opportunities in Korea, Japan and the Pacific.

ATEME’s Korean office is directed by Ms. Eunsook WI, recently promoted as Regional Manager after building a solid sales engineering experience at ATEME’s headquarters in Paris.

“We are extremely proud to expand our presence and work on new opportunities in this region” said Emmanuel Boureau, ATEME Vice President of Sales. “ATEME is a prominent expert in the video compression market, providing innovative solutions for broadcasters and triple or quadruple play service providers worldwide. Increasing our global footprint and promoting talented individuals such as Ms. WI are key growth factors for our company” added Boureau.

To contact Ms. Eunsook WI, please email or call +82 10 5265 4708.

20F Korea First Bank bd,
100 Gongpyung-dong, Jongno-gu,
Seoul, South Korea 110-702

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