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CONTENT MIX AND MATCH WITH MOSAIC Axinom


MANAGE BY ANNE MORRIS Sencore/Wellav


Axinom is introducing Axinom Mosaic, which it describes as a comprehensive platform for creating video streaming and OTT backends that provides all the building blocks for content-fi rst applications through independent yet connected services. The platform is designed to fulfi l the needs of a hybrid approach between build and buy, enabling companies to develop, customise and expand their infrastructure in-house. Mosaic embraces service-oriented architecture based on microservices and micro-frontends. Its technology stack consists of Node.js, React, GraphQL as well as RabbitMQ. Axinom claims the combined capabilities of managed and open-source services support


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Axinom Mosaic aims to provide building blocks for content-fi rst apps


a wide range of solutions, including video platforms, content management, protection and monetisation. Ralph Wagner, CEO, Axinom, said: “Axinom Mosaic is the ultimate platform that lets you create next-generation video platforms in no time. We’ve built the hard stuff so that you can build with ease. Mix and match exactly what you need, and scale as you grow.” Features include faster development, with an agile


approach using microservices and micro-frontends. Open-source services enable customers to build their own services or shape Axinom’s to fi t their needs. It offers editorial focus, where the platform follows a micro-frontend approach that provides a standard management UX throughout all services. The platform allows rapid integration with internal or third-party systems, services, or applications through an API-fi rst approach, while serving multiple platforms and devices.


BY MICHAEL BURNS The DMG 7000 internet distribution gateway from Sencore now fully supports the reliable internet streaming protocol (RIST), offering such features as link bonding and seamless switching. The UDP- based transport technology is intended to provide advanced streaming performance in unreliable or lossy networks, such as the public internet. Utilising the latest software- based platform from Sencore,


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RIST TAKES INTERNET DISTRIBUTION GATEWAY TO THE NEXT LEVEL


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the DMG 7000 is focused on providing a gateway between broadcast MPEG/IP networks and internet-based distribution protocols. It offers seamless switching using SMPTE-2022-7 and bonding of multiple links for load sharing. It also offers RIST receive and transmit, simple and main profi le, unicast and multicast support and packet retransmission via RTCP.


The DMG 7000 can be deployed on COTS hardware in a variety of form factors, from mini-PCs to 1RU rack mount servers, and virtual environments such as AWS or Google Cloud.


The DMG 7000 enables low-cost distribution workflows using protocols like RIST


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