As consumers add an increasing number of Wi-Fi connected devices in the home, Network Service Providers (NSPs) face numerous opportunities and challenges in providing users with the secure, seamless experience that they want and demand. NSPs don’t have the capabilities to meet these demands on their own, but can provide the type of wireless experiences that end users expect by working with a partner that can solve the integration, balancing, prioritization and other challenges of delivering...
Lauren McCallum is head of Technicolor’s global visual effects studio, Mill Film. In celebration of International Women’s Day, she shares her journey to leading one of the largest post-production companies in the world.
As consumers embrace premium technology experiences -- such as voice assistants and smart home security -- network service providers (NSPs) are under the gun to deliver high-end customer premises equipment (CPE) needed to access these services.
Enabling consumer access to a wide range of connected home applications requires intelligence as well as faster speeds. This is leading to a phenomenon that is becoming increasingly known as “the smartification of the connected home.”
Throughout 2017 and 2018, the cable industry’s major players have been rolling out new technologies and services across the entire ecosystem; and with new offerings like AR and VR just around the corner, the Cable marketplace is heating up.
Technicolor PULSE is a secure, web-based platform for the video production industry. It integrates remote file management – including those that support VFX functions -- into a single, cloud-based platform that enables users to track, store and manage all types of content through every stage of production and post-production. Learn how Technicolor PULSE brought automation to the Stranger Things: Season 2 editing process.
The Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) has adopted HDR technology that will enhance the visual performance of Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. The Association has updated its specification for Ultra HD Blu-ray discs to include support for dynamic metadata in HDR video content. The move demonstrates the BDAs continued leadership in introducing the latest technologies that enhance the visual experience for in-home entertainment.
As traditional network service providers (NSPs) explore opportunities with streaming TV in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, a newly launched set-top box built on the open Android TV platform is giving Foxtel – one of Australia's leading pay-TV operators – the headwind it needs to capture more audience and launch innovative new services.
The Blu-ray Disc Association’s (BDA) recently announced support for Technicolor High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology, is a development that will reinforce Blu-ray's position as the gold standard for viewing filmed entertainment in the home.
The broadcast industry put High Dynamic Range (HDR) through the prerequisite hoops, trials and field tests during 2017. But this year will see a major commercial shift, as HDR technologies and standards mature and get integrated into more widely available products.