Grass Valley to show cloud-native AMPP solution at IBC2023

Products and Solutions
At IBC2023, Grass Valley will showcase its cloud-native AMPP (Agile Media Processing Platform) production and distribution ecosystem (stand 9-A01). AMPP is a highly secure, reliable open ecosystem architected with standard REST APIs throughout, integrating applications from 80 thirdparty partner companies, as well as over 100 cloud native applications of its own.

Standard REST API integration points for every part of the solution allow for tight integration to both customer and third party control and deployment solutions, whilst comprehensive signal format support means that AMPP can be inserted into the customers’ signal path anywhere it’s required, from simple graphics overlays through to full workflow chains.

Visitors to Grass Valley’s IBC exhibit will see best-in-class solutions geared to live sports, newsrooms and entertainment production for linear broadcast, media streaming and/or over-the-top services.

Considered the industry-standard, Grass Valley video production switchers are widely installed in all sorts of Tier-1 production facilities, including broadcast networks, mobile OB units and remote sites, as well as studios run by corporations, universities, and houses of worship. A popular high-end choice is the Grass Valley K-Frame XP video processing engine, which can be controlled by control surfaces like the Grass Valley Kayenne, Karrera and Korona. Grass Valley’s software based switcher and production solutions powered by AMPP further compliment the portfolio to cater to any and all events.

The Grass Valley LDX 100 series broadcast camera platform exemplifies the flexibility and upgradeability of key products in its portfolio. This revolutionary camera system lets customers choose the camera/XCU configuration (and IP and SDI functionality) of their choice. It also lets them choose to license an upgrade to full IP connectivity later to do remote productions more efficiently. Whether it’s the video format or ability to do slow motion, customers have options, such as taking a 1080p camera today and licensing it for 4K for just a couple of weeks.