Concurrent announces the latest advancement in time-shifted television. The Real Time Pitcher 2000, using resilient real-time content distribution, now ensures no loss of video captures due to network or component failures, enabling content ingest success rates up to 99.999%.
This latest enhancement to Concurrent’s time-shifted television products has already generated significant interest with cable operators, particularly Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, both of which offer Start Over utilizing Concurrent equipment and software. Jeff Chen, senior vice president, Advanced Technology, Bright House Network stated, “When we launched Start Over in our Tampa division in January, we partnered with Concurrent specifically because of its superiority in time-shifted television technology. From the very beginning, we have always planned to build Start Over as a fully resilient service. Now with the launch of the RTP2000, we can further enhance our customer experience by ensuring no loss of Start Over content when any component fails.”