LTN Global launches IP-based alternative to satellite distribution
LTN Global has launched Wave, a new IP-based alternative to satellite distribution.
A high-availability multicast transport solution, LTN claims Wave streamlines organisations’ transition from satellite distribution to IP, combining broadcast-quality video transmission with monitoring and control services that power reliability.
The company also claims Wave exceeds legacy performance capabilities, amplifying the broadcast possibilities of satellite with the universal monetisation workflows of the LTN Ecosystem and the flexibility, scalability, and visibility of leading IP technology.
Whether replacing satellite or implementing secondary paths in a hybrid distribution approach, channel owners and content networks can, according the company, leverage a custom LTN Wave solution to reliably transport, monetise, and deliver their content to any destination or location.
Malik Khan, co-founder and executive chairman at LTN Global, commented: “For over a decade, LTN has strived to go above and beyond for our customers providing them with a fully-managed network that has yet to suffer a single second of downtime. Now, with LTN Wave, customers have unprecedented workflow flexibility, visibility and end-to-end control of their full-time content. It puts new revenue-enabling opportunities at their fingertips, with greater customization and targeted advertising features as standard. LTN Wave heralds the future of the broadcast industry as IP-based workflows continue to evolve and take hold of video production, contribution, distribution, and monetisation.”