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Deliver outstanding OTT streaming viewing experiences on any screen, at any time – while reducing your costs and carbon footprint.


OTT Streaming

Superior viewing experience

Offer high video quality, broadcast-level latency, Cloud DVR, no rebuffering, and quick startup time

OTT Streaming

Lower infrastructure costs

With high-performance streaming, smart CDN selection, better hit ratio, and Audience-Aware Streaming, on-prem or in public cloud

OTT Streaming

Get new revenue streams

Multi-tenant and Open Caching compatible

Deploy on 5G

Offer integrated, high-quality and hyper-personalized experiences

Go green

With no compromise on video quality

Offer a superior OTT streaming viewing experience

Ateme’s high-density encoders enable the best-possible sound and images at the lowest bitrate, enabling 4K and HDR. Plus, all components in the NEA CDN solution work hand-in-hand to bring broadcast-level latency and eliminate rebuffering.

And, to offer even more outstanding experiences, Ateme’s software solutions leverage continuous cycles of innovation. In turn, this enables you to keep your service up-to-date with advanced compression techniques and the latest standards.

Lower your costs

Optimize network usage by up to 30% and reduce your storage requirements using Ateme’s high-density encoders, Just-in-Time packagers, and shared workflow for both live and on-demand services. This greater efficiency leads to lower costs.

The NEA OTT streaming platform is also based on a scalable architecture, so you start with a low investment and grow your platform as your viewers grow.

Further, Ateme’s cloud-native, elastic CDN solution enables you to build a CDN that reduces costs while temporarily scaling to match peak viewing.

Watch the video to find out more about Ateme’s CDN solution:

Optimize video workflow based on audience Size

Ateme’s Audience-Aware Streaming solution reduces costs while maintaining superior quality experiences. It does this by creating a feedback loop from the CDN to the encoders, enabling actionable insights that optimize workflows.

With OTT streaming, there is a great deal of CDN data on audience size and devices being used for watching each live stream.  With our Audience Aware Streaming solution, this CDN data can be analyzed and used to reallocate encoding resources for streams being watched by large audiences.  Combining this process with the Constant Quality encoding functionality in TITAN Live encoders, you can reduce the total delivery throughput required – thereby reducing delivery costs – while maintaining the same quality of experience for these viewers.

Watch the video to find out more about Ateme’s Audience-Aware Streaming solution.

Get new revenue streams

Having efficient OTT streaming platforms that deliver superior experiences is great — but you need to monetize them.

The Ateme NEA platform includes solutions for various monetization options. These range from Cloud DVR to targeted advertising, personalized TV, and CDN interconnects (Open Caching).

Deploy your OTT streaming platform on 5G

You can easily deploy the Ateme CDN solution in your 5G network with a Multi-access Edge Computing architecture. This allows you to offer next-generation, highly personalized experiences integrating video with social media and more. Additionally, you’ll achieve even lower latency and higher quality.

Reduce your environmental impact

The NEA OTT streaming platform is designed with highly efficient technologies and architectures. These help you optimize your network usage and reduce your storage requirements. As a result, you’ll save an overall amount of energy of 66% for a greener streaming solution.

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What is OTT (or OTT Streaming)?

Over-the-top (OTT) refers to a variation of IPTV distribution where users select the TV offering they want, separately from their Internet Service Provider (ISP). OTT differs from a situation where a user has only access to the TV services (a selection of channels, video on demand content and replays) offered by their ISP, generally through a proprietary set-top box connected to their cable, fibre or DSL modem. With OTT, users get their TV programs streamed by their chosen media content provider (Netflix, Amazon, Apple/iTunes, myCanal, etc) through their home Internet access and played back through a connected TV, a set-top box or even a laptop, tablet or smartphone.