Broadcast fiber solutions
HUBER+SUHNER delivers customisable solutions that go above and beyond the needs of its customers. The company works with many of the world’s largest broadcasting companies to develop solutions that support one of the most popular entertainment industries.
The broadcast and media sector continues to place ever-increasing demands on network infrastructure manufacturers, particularly as high-quality digital media content becomes very much the norm. Flexibility is critical to broadcasters, and total reliability is crucial for on-demand content and live events in particular. Delays and downtime simply cannot be tolerated. The efficient handling of subscriber management, the thriving streaming and download business, satellite and terrestrial broadcast, and the other needs of media organisations requires a wide range of connectivity options in locations ranging from high-density central equipment rooms to harsh outdoor environments. Secure wired and wireless connections ensure the reliable storage, archiving and instant provision of vast amounts of content anywhere in the world, at any time of the day to a large numbers of viewers.
The trend toward larger digital files will only continue as video quality increases from standard HD to 4K and 8K ultra HD and beyond. This creates an unprecedented need for upgradeable high-speed networks that can be rapidly expanded as demand increases. These networks must be ready to transfer massive amounts of data around the planet now, as well as when new technologies emerge and become popular.
HUBER+SUHNER supports the broadcast industry with high-quality end-to-end solutions for indoor and outdoor applications, whether in the form of broadcast fiber solutions or radio frequency technology, and always with the best connections in mind.
HUBER+SUHNER offers a broad and complete broadcast fiber solution portfolio to meet customer demands, whether for the Central Equipment Room (CER), broadcast studio, control room or outside broadcasts. To keep up with the technologies required for 8K and beyond, many broadcast operators include fiber solutions in their broadcast facilities. Latency and low-loss transmission are not the only fundamental requirements in the broadcast industry. Flexibility and modularity are also important factors that, along with ultra-low latency and low-loss networks, enable broadcast providers to provide outstanding performance to their customers.
Central equipment room