Alliance for Open Media to Host 2022 NAB Networking Reception

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LAS VEGAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Open Media Alliance (AOMedia) announced today that it will host a networking reception during the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Lounge, which takes place April 23-27, 2022 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The AOMedia reception will take place on Tuesday, April 26, 2022, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. PT in the Rainbow Room at Intel at Renaissance Hotel.

To open free NAB Show attendees, the reception will be an opportunity to meet AOMedia’s new CEO, John Simmonsand network with leaders across the media ecosystem.

  • NAB attendees are encouraged to register for the AOMedia Networking Reception at https://bit.ly/AOMedia-at-NAB. Participation is free, but prior registration is required.

“We encourage all NAB attendees to register for the AOMedia networking session to get a complete picture of media innovations within our ecosystem. We are excited to connect in person and celebrate the groundbreaking innovations and advancements of the AV1 video codec,” Simmons said. “We would especially like to thank AOMedia member Intel for their support. We look forward to the chance to meet colleagues, leaders, speakers and other innovators from across the ecosystem. »

At this year’s NAB show, AOMedia members will showcase and demonstrate AV1 video codec advancements and real-world implementations. Highlights include:

Open Media Alliance

  • The AOMedia Meetup will take place on Tuesday, April 26 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. PT in the Rainbow Room at the Renaissance Hotel.

AMD and Visionary – North hall and central hall Stand N1015

  • The Visionular and AMD teams will present the latest AV1 performance results for several live streaming applications including broadcast, sports and real-time communication. Attendees will learn how to encode eight simultaneous 4Kp60 broadcast-quality live streams while maintaining the advantage of standard AV1 encoding efficiency, using AMD EPYC and the Aurora1 AV1 encoder.

ATEME – IP West Hall Booth W3512

  • ATEME will showcase its AV1 premium cloud file transcoder. AV1 provides huge bitrate savings on film grain content. ATEME will showcase this technology on an OLED UHD TV at the NAB show.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) – West Hall W3500

  • At NAB Show 2022, Amazon Web Services (AWS) will demonstrate AV1 encoding, both for live streaming and VOD applications, showcasing excellent video quality at low bitrates compared to other video codecs. AWS Elemental MediaConvert, the VOD encoding service, now also supports AV1 frame sizes up to 4K with 10-bit color depth, allowing you to create UHD high dynamic range (HDR) content ) to display on modern, color-rich 4K displays and devices.

Intel – Connection area, west hall​

  • Intel will share the latest commercially available AV1 HW and SW advancements. Learn more by attending the conferences:

iSIZE – IP West Hall Booth W9200

  • iSIZE will introduce AV1-based video preprocessing and denoising technologies (SVT-AV1) as the underlying encoding technology.

NETINTIP West Hall Booth W5901

  • NETINT will showcase the world’s first AV1 encoder for the data center, as well as 40 broadcast-quality 1080p60 live streams on a 1RU server and the first enterprise hardware video encoder with an integrated AI engine.

For more information about AOMedia at NAB 2022 or to schedule a media or analyst briefing, please contact Alexa Stewart, [email protected]

About the Open Media Alliance

Launched in 2015, the Alliance for Open Media (AOMedia) was created to define and develop media technologies to meet market demand for an open standard for video compression and web delivery. Founding board-level members include Amazon, Apple, Arm, Cisco, Facebook, Google, Huawei, Intel, Microsoft, Mozilla, Netflix, NVIDIA, Samsung Electronics and Tencent. AOMedia’s open-source, royalty-free AV1 video codec is a significant step in the ability to deliver a next-generation video format that is interoperable, open, optimized for Internet delivery, and scalable for any modern device at any what bandwidth. To visit www.aomedia.org or follow AOMedia on Twitter at @a4omedia.

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