Envivio Powers Chunghwa Telecom's 4K HEVC Trial

February 2015
ATM/ Gigabit;Feb2015, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p5
The article states that telecommunication firm Chunghwa Telecom has selected the delivery solutions firm Envivio, for its 4K HEVC streaming service trial. It states that the Muse Ultra HD software is being used by Envivio to support Chunghwa's 4K High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC). and mentions that the Ultra HD provides better video experience for Pay TV services. It states that according to Chunghwa Telecom executive, Envivio is helping the firm to deliver better services to its customers.


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