The broadcasting industry has evolved with changing times – cable, satellite, and on-demand TV have revolutionized our entertainment habits. The recent is the on-the-go and interactive broadcast model that is being delivered to the end customer with the use of pioneering mobile devices and solutions.
Latest technological innovations in the broadcast industry are focused on meeting customer expectations that is directed towards engagement and interactive user experiences. The truth about the industry is that more and more people today have smart devices in their hands and staying connected in the digital age is about these devices. With the forecast that the number of smart devices is very soon going to outnumber the number of people living on this planet, broadcasters have tough choices to make, especially since the objective is to provide immersive experiences to their users. The challenge involves upgrading the infrastructure to meet the increasing demands whether it is in the realm of bandwidth enhancements or tackling the large areas of wired and cabled setups.
Move to the fibre technology for offering sound, robust, reliable, wireless and wired connectivity has become inevitable for broadcasters. At the end, if the objective is to enable seamless and par excellence end-user experiences, broadcasters need to offer super-fast performances, neck-breaking speed of downloads and uploads, strong and consistent signal strengths over longer distances with negligible delays and wait times. This is a competitive field which is why modern-day broadcasting technology needs to address new-age requirements related to Augmented and Virtual Reality, HD and 4K content, high-resolution images and videos, Internet Protocol, on-the-top streaming, live video feeds, and more.