Ericsson survey debunks consumer myths about next generation wireless standard.
Fox Innovation Lab, Ericsson, Intel and AT&T are helping to make use of 5G possible
New platform uses HDR technology for immersive consumer experience
One Equity Partners will become the new majority owner of Media Solutions business with assets and staff transferring to a new independent company when the deal closes in the third quarter of 2018.
Bell Canada has selected Ericsson Media Solutions’ MediaFirst TV end-to-end media management and delivery platform to provide more than 1.5 million Fibe TV and Alt TV subscribers with personalized TV across multiple screens, the company announced today.
As 2017 dwindles down to its final few days, people are looking ahead to what may be some of the big new trends in technology in 2018 and beyond.
Ericsson Broadcast and Media Services business will be renamed Red Bee Media, effective immediately, the company announced today.
Three new HD channels are being launched by Fox Networks Group Middle East with playout, media management and global distribution help from Ericsson, per a new multi-year contract.
TV viewing is on the move, literally. In eighth edition of its ConsumerLab TV and Media Report, Ericsson has learned that the traditional ways of watching TV are shifting.
Forensic watermarking technology company NexGuard has entered into a technology partnership with Ericsson and announced the launch of its Network ID product.
Ericsson is launching a new standard dynamic range (SDR) to high dynamic range (HDR) conversion toolset, that enables broadcasters to meet the complex requirements of delivering a consistent, high quality HDR live TV service.
A vast number of people are excited about the possibilities of virtual and augmented reality, but the TV industry might not be thrilled by some of the findings in Ericsson’s latest Consumer Lab report, “Merged Reality.”
Ericsson, in partnership with Intel and Verizon, took to the track during the Indianapolis 500 to test some 5G network and virtual reality technology.
Ericsson will unwrap two of its latest products at the 2017 NAB Show that assist with IP and cloud native delivery models, the MediaFirst Management Controller and MediaFirst Encoding Live 8.1.
Ericsson will highlight advances in 8K 360-degree video, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), as well as launch its MediaFirst Stream Personalization solution at the 2017 NAB Show.
Ericsson and BBC Creative are going to be partners for the next couple of years, as the two have entered into a multi-year contract that will see Ericsson provide post-production and media management services to the England-based broadcaster.
This content-push model relies LTE-“B” for “broadcast,” a cellular standard that is said to transmit one-to-many.
Verizon this week announced that it intended to launch 5G pilot programs in 11 U.S. markets by mid-2017.