According to foreign media reports, the introduction of 5G and 8K technology in the live broadcast of the French Open this year is French TV, which will cooperate with French telecom operator Orange to provide more than 100 hours of 8K video live broadcast through 5G.
At the same time, French TV will also launch the first 8K Ultra HD video on demand service for TV and mobile devices during this year's French Open. There will also be satellite trials and some new features.
In addition to 8K Ultra HD video, this year the French Open will also record 4K Ultra HD video during the two-week match day, which will be broadcast on Orange and France's free satellite live broadcast platform Fransat, and will also be in the digital grounds of Paris, Toulouse and Nantes. Broadcast on the TV network.
While providing 8K, 4K ultra-high-definition video and spreading through 5G, this year's innovation in French-language technology also includes augmented reality technology, and French TV will take this opportunity to showcase the prospects of mixed reality technology in sports.
The French Open was founded in 1891 and has a history of nearly 130 years. It was held at the Roland Garros Stadium in Paris from May to June. It was closed during the two world wars. French Open and Australian Open. The net (held in Wimbledon, England) and the US Open are the four major tennis tournaments in the world and the only tennis grand slam tournament on the clay court. Chinese star Li Na won the women's singles title in the French Open in 2011. This year's French Open began on May 26 and ended on June 9.