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IPTV Training | Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) Training

IPTV Training | Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) Training

IPTV Training | Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) Training:

IPTV Training | Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) Training Course (Online, Onsite, and Classroom Live!)

The use of Internet Protocol to deliver television programming to end customers has grown at an exponential rate and is available today in over 80 countries with more countries and services being added all the time. Where is all this television coming from, and how is it formatted, transported, and delivered to customers? Equally important, how do providers charge for it and make a living?

This three-day IPTV Training or Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) Training course covers the entire delivery chain from content creation to counting the profits, looking at the technologies along the way.

  • Understand and explain a range of acronyms relating to digital TV, Hospitality TV, IPTV, and commercial TV services.
  • Understand what IPTV is and explain the features and benefits of IPTV systems.
  • Explain technically the architecture and operation of IPTV systems.
  • Explain in an overview how IP QoS is delivered.
  • Appreciate how IP multicast routing works.
  • Describe and explain the challenges and requirements for delivering IPTV successfully.
  • Understanding the planning and sizing aspects of IPTV systems.
  • Understand the security implications of IPTV systems.
  • Describe the current status of IPTV products, IPTV deployments, the IPTV market, and future directions for IPTV.

The IPTV Training course also covers IPTV-specific protocols in detail, including multicast, IGMP, and RTSP. CODECs, QoS, DRM, the headend, and the set-top box are also covered.

What’s Included?

  • 3 days of IPTV Training | Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) Training with an expert instructor
  • IPTV | Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) Electronic Course Guide
  • Certificate of Completion
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

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Customize It:

  • If you are familiar with some aspects of this IPTV Training | Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) Training course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
  • We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the IPTV Training | Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) Training course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
  • If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the IPTV | Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) course in a manner understandable to lay audiences.

Objectives:

After completing this IPTV Training | Internet Protocol Television Training course, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe the differences between Analogue and Digital TV systems.
  • Understand current Analogue and Digital TV standards.
  • Describe the architecture, components, and interfaces of Hospitality TV systems.
  • Understand and explain a range of acronyms relating to digital TV, IPTV, and commercial TV services.
  • Explain in an overview what an IP network is, the services is provides, and how it can be used.
  • Explain in an overview the potential limitations of IP networks.
  • Describe in an overview what IPTV is.
  • Explain the features and benefits of IPTV systems.
  • Describe the current status of IPTV products, IPTV deployments, and the IPTV market.
  • Explain how IPTV systems differ from current hospitality TV systems.
  • Explain the architecture, components, and interfaces of Hospitality IPTV systems.
  • Describe some of the challenges in delivering successful IPTV solutions.
  • Describe the current trends and future directions for IPTV.
  • Understand the OSI model and modern enterprise data network architectures.
  • Explain the role and operation of IP and UDP.
  • Understand the role of IP routing protocols.
  • Explain in an overview how IP QoS is delivered.
  • Appreciate how IP multicast routing works.
  • Understand a range of digital TV standards.
  • Explain technically the architecture and operation of IPTV systems.
  • Describe and explain the challenges and requirements for delivering IPTV successfully.
  • Understanding the planning and sizing aspects of IPTV systems.
  • Understand the security implications of IPTV systems.

Course Syllabus:

Introduction

  • What is IPTV and how is it different from traditional TV?
  • The Market

The Services – What are we Trying to Deliver?

  • IPTV
  • VoD
  • Program Guides
  • Personalized Advertising
  • Mobility between Terminal Devices

Specific ITV Marketplaces

  • Hospitality
  • Corporate
  • Signage
  • Public Broadcasting

The Architecture

  • Headend
    • Centralized or Distributed
    • Middleware
    • Policy Servers
  • Core Network
    • Dedicated or Shared?
    • Provision of Triple Play on the IPTV Network
  • Access Network
    • High and Low Capacity
  • Set-top Box

The Standards Bodies

  • Internet Streaming Media Alliance – ISMA
  • Internet Engineering Task Force – IETF
  • Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers – SMPTE
  • The CEA – Consumer Electronics Association and the High Definition
    • Multimedia Interface Specification – HDMI
    • Side By Side and Top and Bottom (over-Under)
  • DVB – Digital Video Broadcasting

Moving Through The Architecture

The Video Formats/Codecs

  • SD
    • MPEG-2, MPEG-4, AVC/H.264/MPEG-4 part 10, etc
    • MPEG Transport Stream
    • Picture Types
    • MPEG LA
  • HD
    • HD Ready and Full HD
  • 3D
    • 3D Ready and Full 3D
    • HDMI Formats

IPTV Training – The IP Stack

  • Overall
    • UDP and RTP
  • IP Multicasting
    • Principles of IP Multicasting
    • IGMP – Internet Group Management Protocol
    • IP Multicasting at Layer 3 – PIM – Protocol Independent Multicasting
  • RTSP: Real-Time Streaming Protocol
  • RTP Payload Format for MPEG1/MPEG2 Video – RFC 2250

The Core Network

  • MPLS
  • QoS
    • QoS Models
    • Integrated or Differentiated Service Models
    • DiffServ

Getting the Signal to the Customer

  • Hardware
    • Cable
    • Satellite
    • xDSL
    • Broadband Wireless Access
    • Passive Optical Network
    • UMTS TDD Mode
  • Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB)
    • DVB-S Satellite
    • DVB-C Cable
    • DVB-T Terrestrial
    • DVB-H Handheld
    • DVB IPI Internet Protocol

Viewing the Programmes

  • Set Top Boxes
  • Handheld Devices
IPTV Training – The Problems
  • Jitter in the IP Network
    • The De-Jitter Buffer/The Playout Buffer
  • Fast Channel Change
    • Two Problems:
    • Sequential Zapping
    • Just Changing Channels
    • What are the Delay Components?
  • Random Access Point Acquisition
  • Predictive Tuning
  • Parallel Broadcasting
  • RAMS: Rapid Acquisition of Multicast RTP sessions
  • IPR
  • Quality of Experience

Some Industry Interfaces

  • ASI, the Asynchronous Serial Interface
  • DVB-SPI – Synchronous Parallel Interface
  • DHEI – Digital Headend Interface

Digital Rights Management

  • Copy Protection
  • Watermarking
  • Little Agreement
  • End User Views
  • The Digital Media project
  • Proprietary Systems
  • Bad Guys or Angels

IPTV Network Security

  • Scope
  • Hotel Systems Security
  • Inside and External Attackers
  • Firewalls
  • IPSec

IPTV Training – Sizing IPTV Systems

  • Symptoms of Getting it Wrong
  • Queuing Delays and Losses
  • Delay as a Function of Link Utilisation
  • Target QoS Values
  • Sizing Bandwidth

Making it Pay – Billing for IPTV

  • Pay Per View
  • Packages: Triple Play
  • Advertising Strategies
    • Avoiding the Zapper
    • Know your Customer
  • An End to “One Size Fits All” Programming
  • Basic Services versus Premium Channels
  • Triple (or More) Play
  • Subscriptions and Pay per View
  • Regular and Promotional Billing
  • Home and Away Service Provision

Future Directions for IPTV

  • Addressable advertising
  • Anywhere TV service
  • Future compression technologies

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