Broadcasting & streaming
Real time is becoming more and more important in broadcasting and streaming applications as the demand for lower latencies over IP grows in line with increasing bandwidth and security requirements. The overall network must therefore be highly agile. Close to the sender and receiver, it is the nodes on the edge that need to provide the required real-time capability in privileged mode. That’s why broadcasting & streaming at the edge is one of the largest growth areas for the RTS Hypervisor technology.
at the edge
The RTS Hypervisor is ideal for providing hard real-time capabilities to privileged participants at the edge and for allocating resources accurately. Supported applications include video-based security and e-health systems, autonomous vehicles, smart grid devices, augmented reality applications or tactile internet, as well as the control of safety-critical processes.
brings together what belongs together
As the telecommunications networks are virtualized anyway using technologies such as Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) for agile workload management, it is a logical step to also virtualize the real-time connectivity of the applications at the edge. With the RTS Hypervisor, developers can be sure that no additional latencies occur at the edge so that the response time is unaffected.
for broadcasting & streaming equipment
The RTS Hypervisor supports all popular real-time operating systems as well as customer-specific systems, so that developers of connected real-time applications can configure both the real-time system and the 5G engine as required.