IP across the live-production value chain: IP in studios, campuses, contribution networks, enabling centralized, local and remote production
Standards-based: no proprietary lock-in (read about AIMS)
Baseband compatible: connect baseband network and equipment seamlessly to the IP network
Easy-to-use, self-service management: Unique Media Service Management and Orchestration software, VideoIPath, that puts users in control and ensuring that the migration to IP is transparent to those who need to manage the network.
Software Defined Network (SDN) for virtualization of the underlying infrastructure and optimal use of resources
Service Assurance: a broad set of IP transport protection mechanisms and end-to-end monitoring ensure Quality of Service and Service Level Agreements (SLAs) compliance.
Consistent and scalable architecture: the IP network architecture is designed to blur the distinction between local and long-distance networks, controlled by the same system,VideoIPath.
Real-time, high quality, low latency media transport over IP for different bandwidth requirements: e.g. uncompressed, J2K and H.264/AVC
Simple hand-over to other IP networks: any router in the network can forward the packets to any other connected network, even if the latter is not SDN based.
Services from Nevion: Nevion services to help plan, build and maintain the IP media network
Enabling virtualization: read more about Nevion’s “Cloud of Real Time”