May 28, 2024
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Making their debut at IBC2023, SipRadius will be presenting Coral Gateway, a secure ultra-low latency IP encoding, transport and routing gateway with WebRTC playback.

Coral Gateway is based on CoralOS, a military-grade secure operating system optimized for high-value broadcast applications.  The Coral Gateway suite of products consists of CoralCoder – a transcoding engine, CoralPipe – an error correcting transport solution, and CoralEdge – a standalone media server.With an end-to-end latency of less than half a second, the Coral Gateway supports ingest and egress in RIST, SRT, RTMP, HLS, WebRTC, as well as many more formats.

Its patent pending multi-bitrate encoding empowers collaborative working through the low latency AV1 encoder with WebRTC playback to accommodate different network conditions. SipRadius is a pioneer of the RIST open-source secure transport protocol designed specifically for broadcasters.

The development of CoralOS, an ultra-secure operating system at the core of the Coral Gateway has been compiled and tested from the source code by SipRadius and is continuously being security validated by US military providers and major US broadcasters.“SipRadius continues to demonstrate its commitment to advancing secure broadcast technology,” said Sergio Ammirata, Ph.D., Chief Scientist at SipRadius.

“Through strategic collaborations with institutions such as the Fraunhofer Institute, Providius, MulticoreWare, Intel® and DekTec, we’re driving innovation and pushing boundaries, delivering unparalleled solutions including simultaneous unique 2110 streams and HD/SD encoding that set new industry benchmarks.” US broadcaster NBC Universal delivers over 800 channels using the SipRadius Coral Gateway and NBA stores a rolling 72 broadcast channels for three days with CoralCoder.  EMMY award winning Sergio Ammirata, Ph.D., Chief Scientist at SipRadius will be presenting at IBC to provide deeper insights into the benefits of the Coral Gateway framework.