At NAB 2013, RGB Networks' Paul Braun discusses the latest market trends, including a paradigm shift to multiscreen delivery and expanding efforts to monetize and time-shift IP video services.
RGB Networks’ Nabil Kanaan discusses the meaning of ‘Multiscreen 2.0’ and the challenges and opportunities facing operators as they deploy IP video services.
Touted for being well-provisioned for future options, RGB’s high-capacity multiscreen platform received a high score and praise in BTR’s 2011 Diamond Reviews.
Multi-screen video was a hot topic at The Cable Show and RGB’s Ramin Farassat had a chance to talk with BTTV about some of the challenges of delivering high-quality video across multiple devices.
At the ANGA Cable Show in Germany, RGB’s CEO, Jef Graham, gave an update on recent activities, including feedback from customers.
RGB is helping its customers to keep up in the rapidly changing video delivery environment.
At NAB, RGB’s CTO, Yuval Fisher, discussed trends in video processing.
The industry is moving fast and the success of mobile video is creating scale problems for operators as they scramble to keep up with subscriber demand. RGB’s Andy Salo discusses transcoding, adaptive streaming and key requirements for sustainable expansion of multi-screen video services.
With the proliferation of high-resolution mobile devices, consumers expect to stream a wide variety of high-quality video on the go. RGB’s Ramin Farassat discusses how operators can address the challenges of building and sustaining an efficient mobile video delivery network.
We were excited to have the founding CTO of Hulu, Eric Feng, visit us and give us his thoughts on what we’re doing in the video space here at RGB. Take a look at what he had to say.
RGB’s CEO, Jef Graham, spoke with Light Reading at this year’s Cable-Tec Expo. He discussed some of the takeaways from three screen trials that are underway now. Watch and learn more.
RGB’s Video Multiprocessing Gateway
Interested in learning more about RGB’s unique three screen delivery platform? Take a look.