Hyperscale video services like social and e-sports networks need to encode and serve vast numbers of streams to their users. The Boston Stream+ is an ultra-dense encoding solution offering significant quality and cost benefits to video delivery customers. This solution is configured using Supermicro building blocks, a Xilinx Alveo accelerator and V-Nova's P+ software.
The Boston Stream+ utilises the unique encoding technique from V-Nova's P+ that significantly enhances the quality and throughput of any standard encoder such as AVC/H.264, HEVC, VP9, and - in the future - AV1. The Boston Stream+ is the highest density encoding solution on the market today, enabling use cases such as live 4Kp60 encoding.
The Boston Stream+ configured with a Xilinx Alveo controller and V-Nova's P+ software enables any service operating private cloud to radically transform their efficiency, reducing operating costs by up to 4x whilst improving the streaming quality-of-service for their users.
We help our clients make informed decisions about new technologies, Boston Stream+ is available for testing. We actively encourage customers to approach us with their requirements and pain points so that we can effectively resolve them with the right solutions.
Our expert tech team can advise on the best options for your workloads as well as providing benchmarks, integration and optimisation. Of course, a full range of end-to-end compute, storage and networking for your applications can be discussed at the same time.
Our in-house experts will work to tailor your solution for your exacting requirements; whether that's a hardware or software specification, use-case or financial restriction.
V-Nova's P+ uses a unique, low complexity, hierarchical approach to video compression that adds the details needed to construct a higher resolution on any existing base codec like AVC/H.264, HEVC or VP9.
Public or private clouds can deploy the Boston Stream+ as an ultra-dense encoding solution to offer significant quality and cost benefits to their video delivery customers.
To help our clients make informed decisions about new technologies, we have opened up our research & development facilities and actively encourage customers to try the latest platforms using their own tools and if necessary together with their existing hardware. Remote access is also available
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