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Heartland Video Systems Unveils ATSC 3.0

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Heartland Video Systems (HVS) today announced a transformative collaboration with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). The collaboration is poised to redefine the broadcasting industry with innovative ATSC 3.0 datacasting solutions that provide businesses with superior options in sending firmware, software, and increasingly important data.

This collaboration synergizes HVS' industry-leading broadcasting technologies with HPE's unmatched global IT expertise. The outcome is a comprehensive ATSC 3.0 datacasting solution tailored to the swiftly changing demands of the broadcast industry.

"Our collaboration with HPE is a pivotal moment for HVS. This collaboration melds our profound broadcasting knowledge with HPE's exceptional data management prowess. The result is a superior ATSC 3.0 datacasting solution that ensures efficiency, accessibility, and notably, enhanced profitability for broadcasters," said Dennis Klas, founder and president at HVS.

"We see datacasting as a unique opportunity for broadcasters to exploit new business models. Early adopters who have already selected our industry-first, award-winning Broadcast Core Network solution — which is based on decades of experience in broadcast automation and orchestration — have provided extremely encouraging feedback. We are excited to collaborate with HVS to accelerate this industry transformation further," said Paolo Ceccherini, worldwide business lead, digital video solutions, at HPE Communications Technology Group.

With the industry on the cusp of a major transition toward ATSC 3.0, HVS and HPE stand at the forefront, providing broadcasters with a solution that promises increased bandwidth, unmatched reliability, and advanced customization.


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