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Ateme S.A.
TypePublic
EuronextATEME
IndustryBroadcast
Founded1991; 32 years ago (1991)
FounderMichel Artières, Dominique Edelin
Headquarters
Vélizy, near Paris, France
Area served
Worldwide
ProductsVideo compression, TITAN, Kyrion, NEA, AMS-Pilot
Number of employees
110 in 2013. 310 in 2020. 500 in 2021.

Ateme S.A. is a multinational company that specializes in video delivery, namely software for video compression based on H.265 / HEVC standards; MPEG4; MPEG2 encoding / decoding software for contribution links, as well as for multi-screen live streaming, OTT and CDN software; origin-server and packaging software; and cloud DVR technology. The company has its headquarters in Vélizy near Paris, France,[1] with offices that spread over Europe, North America, South America, Asia and Australia. The company also has a worldwide resellers network and operates globally with clients in more than 60 countries.[2]

Their technologies reduce bandwidth and infrastructure needs for content providers, service providers, MVPDs and OTT.[3] This reduction in turn helps to play its part in reducing the environmental impact of video delivery on worldwide energy consumption.[4]

Products include:

Ateme portfolio runs on a Kubernetes cluster on-premises or off-premises using for example AWS, Azure or GCP.

The company is a member of broadcasting associations such as DVB, SMPTE, NAB, SVG, VIDTRANS, iabm, ABU, WTA, SSPI. Ateme maintains a global presence through content providers, service providers, broadcasters and video platforms. Ateme has exhibited at global trade shows such as the IBC[5] and NAB Show.[6]

References

  1. ^ The Morgan Stanley and d&a European Technology Atlas 2005. D&a Hi-tech information Ltd. p. 63. ISBN 978-965-90293-5-8. Retrieved 29 May 2013.
  2. ^ "Encoding & Transcoding 2019: ATEME". Streaming Media Europe. Streaming Media Europe. 16 May 2019. Retrieved 27 Nov 2020. ATEME operates in more than 60 countries and counts among its customers global broadcast and OTT companies, including EBU, Proximus, Telefonica, NBC Sports, Encompass, Arkena, Globo, Sky, Orange, TV Azteca, RTL Group, TotalPlay, FOX Sports, AMC Networks, CRA, France Télévisions, FPT Telecom, Esporte Interativo and Globecast.
  3. ^ "ATEME and The Explorers to Launch the First OTT Channel Promoting VVC". Mediakwest. Mediakwest. 15 Nov 2020. Retrieved 27 Nov 2020. VVC published as ITU H.266 and ISO/IEC 23090-3, is a new video standard which reduces by half the bitrate at the same video quality. With video accounting for about 80 per cent of global internet traffic, VVC ease pressure on global networks and reduces the amount of data necessary to enable high-quality video for an unprecedented range of new and existing applications.
  4. ^ "Factcheck: What is the carbon footprint of streaming video on Netflix?". Clear on Climate. Carbon Brief. 25 Feb 2020. Retrieved 27 Nov 2020. Technology companies can continue to play a big role in reducing the environmental impact of streaming, including through further efforts to increase energy efficiency – both in the near-term with new technologies and developing next-generation technologies – and investing in renewable energy to power their data centres and networks. Sustainable design and coding could also help, such as further improving video compression.
  5. ^ "NEW FEATURES FOR ATEME'S TITAN". IBC Daily. IBC. 16 Sep 2019. Retrieved 27 Nov 2020. Dedicating its IBC booth to the company's offering for broadcast, cable, DTH, IPTV and OTT is ATEME with its TITAN platform.
  6. ^ "ATEME REVEALS 3 MAJOR INNOVATION PRIORITIES AT NAB 2018". Comminiques. ACTUS News Wire. 19 Apr 2018. Retrieved 27 Nov 2020. LAUNCH OF THE NEW AV1 CODEC, INTEGRATED INTO TITAN; INTEGRATION OF A NEW SECURITY STANDARD IN TITAN AND KYRION; TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION AWARD FOR THE "CONVERGENCE TV" PROJECT