Sencore, the gateway to better video delivery, has recently released the schedule for their upcoming fall virtual event. In light of many industry tradeshows being cancelled or postponed Sencore will be hosting a 3-day online fall virtual event. The three sessions will be hosted by Aaron Doughten, Seth VerMulm and Jason Dabbert, all Product Managers at Sencore. Visit our events page to register for any of our upcoming events.
- Oct 6 (9:00amCT) – BISS-CA Technology Overview and Implementation
BISS CA is gearing up to replace BISS1 and BISS2 encryption protocols across the globe. The technology is poised to increase security for contribution and primary distribution systems and give content providers more control over who receives their content. Join Learn how BISS-CA will be the next-gen vendor agnostic security platform for the broadcast industry. Aaron Doughten, product manager at Sencore, will discuss the new functionality of the protocol and how it benefits content providers.
- Oct 7 (10:30amCT) – Internet Delivery Protocols – Compare and Contrast
Delivering real-time video across the internet is nothing new, but with so many options out there, how do you choose the one(s) that will best fit your specific needs? Redundancy, Cost, Latency, Management, Error Resiliency, Ease of use; these are all important factors to consider when choosing an internet delivery protocol for your distribution or contribution needs. Learn the details of each, to be able to make an educated and informed decision that best meets your objectives. Jason Dabbert, Product Manager at Sencore, will discuss the inner-workings and why each are important.
- Oct 8 (10:30amCT) – Getting ATSC 3.0 content on MVPD networks
As ATSC 3.0 transmissions start coming online in North America, cable companies and other MVPDs that currently retransmit ATSC 1.0 broadcasts will need to figure out how to deal with these new 3.0 formats. In this webinar, Seth VerMulm, Senior Product Manager at Sencore, will explore the technical differences between ATSC 1.0 and 3.0 as well as look at signal paths and the necessary equipment to accommodate this new signal format in current delivery networks.