Measuring the ROI on HEVC Deployment
As HEVC begins to find its stride in the industry, operators are grappling with the challenge of whether and how to begin to swap out MPEG-2 and possibly AVC encoders for HEVC codecs. While HEVC is still many months away from mainstream deployment, it is important for companies to take an ROI-centric look at the technology and evaluate where and when it makes sense to incorporate HEVC into their transcoding and content delivery workflows. This presentation will discuss factors to keep in mind when evaluating HEVC products and while strategically planning future digital media roadmaps.
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