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Linear TV and distributed access

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Julius Tikkanen's webinar presentation at #TelesteLive Video delivery in 2020's, September 23, 2020.

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Linear TV and distributed access

  1. 1. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. 1 Linear TV and distributed access Julius Tikkanen VP, Video Service Platforms
  2. 2. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. From challenges to solutions Roll outs of distributed access networks cause pressure to upgrade video headends • But some of these DA roll outs are delayed
  3. 3. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. From challenges to solutions Roll outs of distributed access networks cause pressure to upgrade video headends • But some of these DA roll outs are delayed Many existing video headends should be upgraded now, not only because of DA • The currently used broadcast equipment might be expiring
  4. 4. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. From challenges to solutions Roll outs of distributed access networks cause pressure to upgrade video headends • But some of these DA roll outs are delayed Many existing video headends should be upgraded now, not only because of DA • The currently used broadcast equipment might be expiring Synchronizing DA roll out and video headend upgrade projects is difficult • Broadcast and DOCSIS experts should work together under uncertain schedules
  5. 5. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. From challenges to solutions Roll outs of distributed access networks cause pressure to upgrade video headends • But some of these DA roll outs are delayed Many existing video headends should be upgraded now, not only because of DA • The currently used broadcast equipment might be expiring Synchronizing DA roll out and video headend upgrade projects is difficult • Broadcast and DOCSIS experts should work together under uncertain schedules Proposition: it doesn’t have to be like this • Broadcast equipment can be upgraded individually, now • The equipment can be fully prepared for shift once the DA roll out projects take place
  6. 6. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. From challenges to solutions But how?
  7. 7. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Systems today, an example IP backbone Centralized video reception Edge QAM Edge QAM Edge QAM IP routers CMTS CMTS CMTS
  8. 8. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. After upgrade, used for traditional, prepared for DA IP backbone Centralized video reception IP routers CMTS CMTS CMTSVideo Core & Edge QAM Video Core & Edge QAM Video Core & Edge QAM
  9. 9. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. After partial DA roll outs IP backbone Centralized video reception CCAP Core Video Core/Engine Video Core/Engine NODE RPD RPD RPD RPD RPD RPD Video Core & Edge QAM NODE NODE
  10. 10. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. After DA roll outs IP backbone Centralized video reception CCAP Core Video Core/Engine Video Core/Engine Video Core/Engine RPD RPD RPD RPD RPD RPD RPD RPD RPD
  11. 11. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. The technology behind the smooth shift The same setup can serve traditional and DA networks • Advanced EDGE QAM with R-PHY outputs (Video Engine) • Video Core Traditional broadcasting application • Advanced EDGE QAM • Supporting over 30 CAS Usability and QoS on the same level as Broadcast engineers have always taken for granted GCP RPD Luminato Video Engine(s) Teleste Video Core UI Luminato 4X4 DEPI
  12. 12. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Relevant modules Advanced EDGE QAM with R-PHY outputs (=Video Engine) • Dense modulator (up to 28 QAMs per module) • 28 muxes per module • Remuxing and tunneling of local channels • L2TP tunneling using DEPI • Asynchronous mode supported Luminato Video Core (Principal / Auxiliary) • Uses GCP to configure RPDs for Broadcast Video reception • Act as Principal Core in pure broadcast video setup • Act as Auxiliary Core for broadcast video in multicore setup • Supports RPDs reboot, SW update and RCP messages • Shows status and state of connected RPD nodes
  13. 13. Teleste Proprietary. All rights reserved. Summary 1. Instead of waiting until ”CCAP Core does everything” the presented technology is available and independently put into service 3. Robust broadcast grade hardware is ideal when fixed capacity is needed 24/7 4. Integrated EDGE QAM and Video Engine/Core serving today’s and tomorrow’s needs 2. DA roll outs should not compromise Broadcast QoS Thank you!

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