Global Fiber Optic Network to Support 4K Video
FREMONT, CA: Hibernia Networks, a high speed telecommunications solutions provider that offers a Content Delivery Network (CDN) platform as well as point-to-point media and broadcast solutions, recently announced its global fiber optic network supports the transmission of J2K-enabled 4K video for ultra high-definition (UHD). The technology allows the transmission of 4K UHD video to and from North America, Europe and Asia.
“Image quality is of the utmost importance in today’s hyper-connected world,” states Al DiGabriele, SVP of Product Management and Marketing at Hibernia Networks. “Viewers are continuously seeking an improved ultra high-definition experience when viewing live events from around the world. Hibernia Networks’ Broadcast Cloud Solutions ensure viewers receive reliable, crystal clear programming via the highest 4K UHD transport available on the market today.”
The company’s fully managed video transport solutions guarantees the delivery of highest quality content to viewers within and between different continents. “We are uniquely sized to provide custom solutions in an agile and flexible manner to meet our customers’ business challenges,” says DiGabriele. Leveraging Hibernia Networks’ global fiber optic infrastructure, including the lowest latency transatlantic connection on Hibernia Express, studios creating content are able to achieve real-time content distribution for end-user viewing.
“In this environment, operators that are able to leverage a wholly owned and operated fiber network to deliver 4K video quality capability on a global level may be at a decided advantage when it comes to securing contracts with global content providers,” says DiGabriele.
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