Blog

OTT, IPTV, broadcast... Find all our news and trends of the moment!

ONE CLOUD MIGHT NOT FIT ALL

  In this case study, Mark will explain the business strategy that led ATN to go for a multi operator OTT delivery solution, going through the impact of scale factor for ROI, the trend for virtualized CPE as well as time to market constraints.

From a more technological point of view, Damien will address the main concerns faced during the deployment of the project in

Anevia is proud to announce its membership with SRT ALLIANCE, to overcome the challenges of low-latency video streaming!

 

The SRT Alliance, founded by Haivision and Wowza, has a goal of expanding the streaming media ecosystem and supporting the collaborative development of SRT, an open source video transport protocol that enables the delivery of high-quality and secure, low-latency video for interconnecting live feeds, transcoders and OTT packagers across the public Internet.

According to

Live streaming is exploding in popularity from the World Cup to the executive suite, and every live event brings different technical and workflow challenges.

Join this live webinar to learn more about the latest technologies in codecs, delivery protocols, and cloud workflows so you can live stream more effectively, more efficiently, and at lower costs than ever before — whether you’re streaming to the world or behind the firewall.

, , , ,

PODCAST – MULTICAST ABR

When it comes to online streaming, we live in a unicast world. And that’s a problem. As more consumers gravitate towards anytime, anywhere video consumption, the capacity to serve single streams of high-quality video content to millions of viewers reaches its breaking point. The question is whether multicast ABR is the solution or just a technological unicorn. In this panel, Philippe Carol, Product manager at Anevia, will speak

, ,

NexPlayer fully compatible with Anevia

NexPlayer now offers a low latency player that is completely in sync with Anevia’s state of the art video compression technology. 

While linear TV (traditional broadcasting) normally has a latency between 3 and 5 seconds, the latency for OTT streams can range anywhere from 30 seconds to a full minute depending on the number of viewers. 

For fans who are watching their favorite team play live or avid social media users who need to

, , , , ,