• 5G-MAG

5G-MAG Meetup @ IBC 2022

Join us at Hall 10 Stand D21 (10.D21 - EBU booth).

From the 9th to the 12th September, the 5G Media Action Group is at IBC, the biggest media technology event in Europe. We wish to meet everybody in-person again!


A GOOD OCCASION TO...

- Join our Meetup on Saturday morning with coffee and croissants for members and partners

- See demonstrations built with the 5G-MAG Reference Tools and learn about our open software development programme (www.5g-mag.com/reference-tools)

- Know what's next in 5G-MAG work and open software development in 2023 (www.5g-mag.com/target2023)

- Simply meet us at the booth, ask questions and discuss about any topic!


Get your Visitor Pass: https://show.ibc.org/registration


AND IF YOU ALSO ATTENDING THE CONFERENCE...

Join the session on "5G - Tools, trials and media production" were we also got a paper accepted to be presented.


Friday 9th September - 13:30 to 14:15

Session: 5G - Tools, trials and media production

IBC Conference - E102

Presented by Daniel Silhavy - 5G-MAG's Reference Tools development coordinator


Title: 5G-MAG Reference Tools: Dynamic content delivery switching between 5G broadcast and OTT streaming

Authors: Johann Mika, Klaus Kuehnhammer, Daniel Silhavy, Romain Bouqueau, Christophe Burdinat, Jordi J. Gimenez

Abstract: 5G media streaming is a sophisticated infrastructure designed to robustly support the increasing consumption of high-quality video from content providers. To aid understanding and adoption of its capabilities, a suite of open-source tools (5G-MAG) have been developed. Our first paper, describes those tools using three relevant use-cases: TV and Radio services over LTE-based 5G Terrestrial Broadcast, Broadband-Broadcast seamless switching and Broadcast-on-Demand.


Learn more: https://show.ibc.org/content-programmes