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SES- Aplicações via Satélite para Pay-TV

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SES- Aplicações via Satélite para Pay-TV

  1. 1. 1SES Proprietary and Confidential Jurandir Pitsch Presented on May 31, 2016 SES Media Toolbox Focus on your content and we take care of the rest!
  2. 2. 2SES Proprietary and Confidential Video ecosystem 2 MSC Video Specialists in providing Media Solutions
  3. 3. 3SES Proprietary and Confidential 3 Providing Media Solutions Solution Framework as Media Toolbox User Features Content Production Content Aggregation CRM/BSS /SMS Distribution Content Services, Processing End consumer Consumer Equipment Sales, distrib., marketing The Media Toolbox offers a wide range of developed components and workflows to jumpstart your product vision for - DTH - Multiscreen (Sat>IP) - Online Video The experience of SES industry experts ensures to deliver cutting-edge technology for your content business to realise the best user experience.
  4. 4. 4SES Proprietary and Confidential 4 The Media Toolbox Overview of Solution Components DTH Online Video Multiscreen (Sat>IP) DTH and Online Video can be offered separately or combined.
  5. 5. 5SES Proprietary and Confidential 5 Liquid VOD (Technical Demonstrator) Innovative video distribution for VoD via satellite  Bridging the gap of internet connectivity in broadband underserved areas • No broadband internet needed • Delivery to infinite number of users without incremental distribution cost • Low requirements for local storage at individual reception devices (=low hardware cost)  Reach new markets for premium content • Ready for premium content based on studio-certified encryption systems (SD/HD/UHD coverage) • Supports major business models (SVOD, TVOD) • High flexibility for content exchange • Consistent, ubiquitous and guaranteed quality of service which can only be served via satellite. • Highly scalable solution as single satellite link serves all customers within a region New way of innovative and efficient video distribution over satellite with a real VoD user experience. Video catalogue Content detail page
  6. 6. 6SES Proprietary and Confidential 6 System Architecture Simple technical setup with huge benefits Content Ingest Content & Metadata Preparation Encryption (CA/DRM) LIQUID VOD Headend Multiplexing & Uplink Satellite Distribution Reception & LIQUID VOD Frontend 1st content chapter: pushed on all devices Remaining chapters: just in time download  Content planning & scheduling  Smart content chaptering  Push management for initial chapters and metadata  Carrousel bandwidth management  SW stack for set-top-box or router integration  User interface templates  Receiving metadata and video chapters  Managing of video playback incl. just-in-time reception Identical to OTT preparation workflow  Key Benefits • High quality, real VoD service to infinite number of users also in regions worldwide • Low requirements for local storage at individual reception devices (=low hardware cost) • SD/HD/UHD coverage • Highest guaranteed quality of services • Ready for premium content based on studio-certified encryption systems • High flexibility for content exchange • Highly scalable solution as single satellite link serves all customers within a region • Support of major business models (TVOD, SVOD)  Delivery Workflow • All content is chaptered by the LIQUID VOD headend • Only initial chapters and metadata are pushed to all reception devices in order to guarantee a seamless real VoD experience • All further content chapters are downloaded from the satellite just-in-time in order to minimize the local storage requirement on the reception devices
  7. 7. 7SES Proprietary and Confidential 7 Lucid OVP – Details Lucid OVP is a complete and ready- to-launch end-to-end online video platform solution that supports your individual business model.  Solution to realize all at once: linear TV streaming, catch-up TV and VoD  User interfaces/apps developed for all common devices: iOs, Android, web and TV-screen (via IP-box or TV-stick)  Available as stand-alone services or all combined as powerful end-to-end online video solution  Video processing (from content ingest and management to encoding, transcoding, DRM integration and providing content to CDN)  Monetization services with support of flexible business models (SVoD, TVoD)
  8. 8. 8SES Proprietary and Confidential 8 Lucid OVP – Schematics
  9. 9. 9SES Proprietary and Confidential 9 Lucid OVP– Value proposition Complete lightweight Online Video Platform  Available as turnkey solution or single components  Short time to market: Ready to start workflows and components for video processing, content management and monetization services Including Front-end solutions  Developed for all common devices: iOs, Android, Web Browser and TV-screen Monetisation and business models  CRM, billing and DRM can be provided on request  Support of different business models such Live, VoD, catch- up TV, free, subscription based and others
  10. 10. 10SES Proprietary and Confidential 10 Lucid OVP– Features Feature scope of LUCID OVP (front-end)  Support of nearly all kind of end devices  Video play-back in highest possible quality  Home dashboard including recommended videos  EPG view with access to Catch-up TV  Live channels  Library catalogue including different kind of meta data and artwork  Profile management  Watchlist management
  11. 11. Network Offloading – Edge caching
  12. 12. 12SES Proprietary and Confidential A multi-screen offer is a must-have for every TV platform 12 Mobile devices become more and more the primary device for access to video content
  13. 13. 13SES Proprietary and Confidential The challenge: Required high IP connectivity is not available everywhere 13 Hotspot 3G,4G Cable broadband IXP: IP backbone DSL broadband Local networks are technically and commercially isolated from the digital highways. High-speed local network Illustrative figure
  14. 14. 14SES Proprietary and Confidential The solution: Reaching the local “island networks” via satellite 14 Content preparation hub Hotspot 3G,4G Cable broadband DSL broadband Satellite delivers content with commercial and technical efficiency to the “island” or “fragmented” networks within its footprint.
  15. 15. 15SES Proprietary and Confidential The first satellite-backed end-to-end solution for multi-screen live or on-demand content 15 Cable broadband Hotspot 3G,4G Content preparation Contribution Satellite Reception Online video platform Remote online content management and content preparation Cloud or on-premises equipment
  16. 16. 16SES Proprietary and Confidential Remote Head-end Streaming Management 16  Key features: • Priority given to standard hardware • Priority given to open source software • High scalability of the solution • Modularity of the solution: on- demand / live only, or combination • Quick and easy deployment • Seamless stream insertion into the operator IP network IP Network managed by the operator Storage (in case of on-demand content) Software intelligence for OTT application Streaming server (live, on- demand and metadata) Reception and IP transcoding
  17. 17. 17SES Proprietary and Confidential Online Video User Interface 17 Channel list and Mini EPG (TV screen) Home Dashboard, EPG and Detail Page (Smartphone) VOD-only platform (Ipad) Key features: • Lightweight OVP • Linear TV streaming • VoD and catch-up TV (fully automated) • Developed for all common devices: iOs, Android, Web and TV-screen (via IP-box or IP- stick) • DRM support • CRM and billing available
  18. 18. 18SES Proprietary and Confidential The first satellite-backed end-to-end solution 18 Operation model • Centralization of most business & technical functions • Technical operations performed by SES (except network management) • Ready for premium content based on studio- certified encryption systems • High flexibility for content exchange • Customisable white-label solution Commercial model • Priority given to standard HW and open source SW (=low TCO) • A monetization tool for the traffic • Fully variable model available • Easy to implement in the operator business model • Support of major business models (TVOD, SVOD, bouquet) Roadmap & lead-time • End-to-end demonstrator already available for VOD content • Expected commercial lead-time: 6 months • Additional features on the roadmap: • Analytics • Reporting • Ad insertion • Hybrid CDN terrestrial solution
  19. 19. 19SES Proprietary and Confidential SES-10 67° W 19 SES-10 Ku-band coverage The SES-10 satellite scheduled for launch in 2016 will replace AMC-3 and AMC-4 to provide enhanced coverage and significant capacity expansion over Latin America. The satellite will provide excellent coverage of Mexico, serve the Spanish speaking South America in one single beam, and offer complete coverage of Brazil with the ability to support oil and gas exploration off the shores of Brazil. Launch Date: H2 2016 Polarisation Ku-band: Linear Payload: Maximum number of active transponders: up to 50 (EOL) Coverage Latin America and the Caribbean Services: DTH platforms, VSAT services and government digital inclusion programmes, as well as e-learning, GSM backhaul and maritime, pay-TV and mobile broadband SES Proprietary and Confidential
  20. 20. 20SES Proprietary and Confidential SES-10 @ 67° W Mexico, Central America and Caribbean beam EIRP SES-10 Mexico, Central America and Caribbean (MCC) beam coverage Uplink : 13.75 to 14.50 GHz, 17.30 to 17.55 GHz Downlink : 10.95 to 11.20 GHz, 11.45 to 12.20 GHz Additional beam connectivity allows uplinks from MCC towards HSA or BR beams. 8-24 x 36 MHz and 0-12 x 54 MHz transponders (8 to 42 TPEs of 36 MHz) 20SES Proprietary and Confidential
  21. 21. 21SES Proprietary and Confidential SES-10 @ 67° W Hispanic South America beam EIRP SES-10 Hispanic South America (HSA) beam coverage Uplink : 13.75 to 14.50 GHz Downlink : 11.45 to 12.20 GHz Additional beam connectivity allows uplinks from HSA towards MCC or BR beams. Capability over Galapagos, Easter Island and San Andres and Providencia 0-6 x 36 MHz and 4-16 x 54 MHz transponders (6 to 30 TPEs of 36 MHz) 21SES Proprietary and Confidential
  22. 22. 22SES Proprietary and Confidential SES-10 @ 67° W Brazilian beam EIRP SES-10 Brazilian (BR) beam coverage Uplink : 13.75 to 14.50 GHz Downlink : 11.45 to 12.20 GHz Additional beam connectivity allows uplinks from BR towards MCC or HSA beams. 2-12 x 36 MHz and 0-8 x 54 MHz transponders (2 to 24 TPEs of 36 MHz) 22SES Proprietary and Confidential
  23. 23. Obrigado Jurandir.pitsch@ses.com

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