International. In all the major sporting events, the rights that support the television organizations in their commentator posts, as well as the journalists in the press tables written, have television monitors. They can change between different channels. The channel requirements for these televisions are completely different from those of the local system, a system of low delay, separate and temporary that will be installed in the media gallery area.

The FIFA World Cup, often called simply the World Cup, is a football competition of the international association disputed every four years by the professional male teams members of the International Federation of Associated Football (FIFA). At 2018, the FIFA World Cup will be held in Russia from the 14 from June to the 15 in July. The signal latency of the Media Tribune system that FIFA requested at the 2018 World Cup must be less than 300ms with mandatory technical requirements, which establishes very strict limits for the coders.

Through the untiring efforts of Research and Development (R & D) and repeated internal tests, Sumavision successfully launched a video coding solution with very low delay. The delay of the EMR encoder is less than 50 ms, which has reached the highest level in the industry, which proves Sumavision's strong R & D strength in the field of video processing.

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The official result of the test shows that the total delay of the encoder to the total TV is less than 260 ms, which fully complies with the requirements of FIFA. So far, the coding delay, the distribution concepts and the model of monitors in the stands have been tested and confirmed by the FIFA Confederations Cup, which is expected to boost the live broadcast of the World Cup in Russia.

In the last 5 years, the market share of Sumavision in Russia has been reached at a compound growth rate of more than 60%. So far, Sumavision hardware, smart terminal, access network solutions and other products have been widely used in Russian TOP operators, providing the best DTV experience for users in Moscow and other cities.

Richard St.
Author: Richard St.
Editor
Journalist from the University of Antioquia (2010), with experience in technology and economics. Editor of the magazines TVyVideo + Radio and AVI Latin America. Academic Coordinator of TecnoTelevisión & Radio.

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