Over The Top
TV services, live or VOD, distributed over the Internet. Unlike IPTV services, where the telecom operator delivering the service is in charge of guaranteeing the transmission reliability, in case of OTT services the connection is established as “Best Effort”: the variability of the available network throughput on the net, caused by traffic peaks, can cause variations of the quality perceived by the user.
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Project and Activities
The TV programme list is enriched with new channels received via the InternetThe future DVB-I standard aims to deliver TV programmes over the Internet, so that they can be received and displayed by a variety of connected receivers (TVs, PCs, tablets, smartphones) with the...
TV signals on ultra-wideband optical fibre networks
Optical fibres are now increasingly popular in telecommunications, due to their extremely high bandwidth, their very low attenuation, their complete immunity to electromagnetic interference and their...
RaiPlay on connected TV
The blue key on Rai channelsRaiPlay, the new Rai multimedia portal released in 2016, is available as a browser and as an application for mobile devices and smart TVs. CRIT has overseen the software development of the TV version...
TV over the Internet: OTT (Over The Top) distribution of audio/video content
Today, TV content can be distributed via Internet as OTT (Over The Top) delivery, allowing to expand the traditional offer with on-demand services. As the QoS (Quality of Service) cannot be...
ESA SCORSESE Project
Satellite supporting CDNs for the distribution of OTT servicesThe integration of terrestrial and satellite telecommunication networks will allow the widespread distribution of OTT contents, offloading the CDN backbone during traffic peaks, for the benefit of...