Broadcast Date: November 16, 2020

Level: 200

Traditional video production workflows involve transporting content to central locations for switching, transcoding, and packaging. High bandwidth, low latency 5G networks enables moving these production processes to the edge of the network. In this tech talk, learn how AWS and Sony are working together to move content production workflows to AWS Wavelength at the edge of Verizon’s 5G network to reduce glass-to-glass delays by 10s of milliseconds and providing a superior viewing experience for users.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn what M&E workflows can benefit from AWS Wavelength
  • Understand how to architect M&E applications to take advantage of the low latency and high bandwidth access to end-user devices enabled by 5G networks and AWS Wavelength
  • Explore how moving production workflows like switching, transcoding, and packaging to AWS Wavelength can enhance the viewing experience

Who Should Attend?

Content Producers at Studios, Broadcasters, Networks, and Production Companies. IT/Systems Engineers at Production Companies, Publishers, Live Event Promotors, Ad Agencies


  • Saravanan Shanmugam, Lead Solution Architect, AWS Wavelength
  • Ali Amori, Director of Product Management and Solutions Development, Sony Electronics

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