HVN is an OTT video network operated by Harmonic to showcase video for video engineers. The mission is to produce programming that focuses on issues related to video delivery infrastructure such as: content creation, channel playout and distribution, video service delivery, cable edge and multiscreen. In concert, HVN also highlights the beauty of the moving image by producing cultural and environmental vignettes from around the world.
Products That Power HVN
Integrated Channel Playout System
The Spectrum™ ChannelPort™ branded channel playout module speeds the cost-effective deployment of new SD and HD television channels by integrating branding and master control switching with clip playback on the industry’s most trusted media server platform.
Integrated Media Server
Spectrum MediaDeck™ 7000 delivers the broadcast quality and mission-critical reliability of the industry-leading Spectrum media server in a convenient and cost-effective package.
Real-Time Multiscreen Encoder
Designed to address the increasing demand for video delivery to Internet and mobile devices, Harmonic’s ProMedia® Live is a real-time video processing and encoding system with enhanced H.264 video codec technology for creating high-quality adaptive bitrate video streams.
ProMedia® Carbon is a file-based transcoding solution that facilitates the conversion of media to a massive array of acquisition, editing, broadcast, web and mobile formats.
Multiscreen Stream Packager
ProMedia Package is a software-based, carrier-grade adaptive stream preparation system for deploying secure, high-value Internet video services.
Scalable Shared Storage
Harmonic® MediaGrid is designed specifically for video workflows, providing the performance of a SAN with the simplicity of NAS.
Integrated Channel Playout Automation System
Polaris™ Advance provides optimized control of Spectrum™ ChannelPort and associated third-party devices within IT and hybrid broadcast infrastructures.
Are you a video engineer who would like to learn more about the products required to run a video channel?
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