Ateme, a global leader in video compression and delivery solutions, has won the prestigious IABM BaM Awards® 2022 in the Publish category for its 5G streaming solution.
The solution, which unlocks the potential of 5G for delivering high-quality, low latency streaming to any device, picked up the prize at the ceremony, which took place on December 1st at the Park Plaza Victoria Hotel in London.
“We are delighted to win this important industry award, particularly given the strength of the other shortlisted entries,” commented Williams Tovar, 5G Media Streaming Solutions Director at Ateme.
“It is a wonderful recognition for the talented and committed Ateme team, whose dedicated work has taken the video experience to a new level by leveraging the high bandwidth, low latency, Mobile-access Edge Computing and programmability of the 5G network.”
Thanks to Ateme’s 5G streaming solution, sport lovers, news addicts, and TV show song contest enthusiasts can enjoy unique video experiences, live or on-demand anytime, anywhere on any device: from home, from their car passenger seats, or from public transportation.
The award-winning technology has already been proven in major live sports and entertainment projects in Europe, as well as by the UK government-backed 5G Vista consortium for an in-stadium project.
Using the solution, sports fans in stadiums can view the same game live from multiple angles – especially useful in the case of car races, where what is happening elsewhere on the track might not be visible to certain viewers.
The Publish category of the IABM BaM Awards® 2022 award covers an ever-growing field as viewing and listening choices continue to expand. It is defined as the playout or publication of content ready for consumers, and its subsequent distribution to reach consumers.
Enabling technology for Publish includes linear playout systems, linear playout services, non-linear publishing systems, non-linear publishing services, projectors, large LED screens, protection & encryption, linear distribution & encryption, cable, IPTV, satellite, terrestrial distribution, and internet distribution.