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Streaming Hurricane Katrina

For news providers and CDNs, the sustained spike in traffic during the hurricane and its aftermath gave them the chance to test the limits of their streaming capabilities. For viewers, streaming and on-demand video gave them their best look at the devastation.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Sep 2005

Case Study: Akamai Helps Canadian Media Company Boost Traffic, Reduce Costs

Offloading traffic helped CHUM Interactive propertes like MuchMusic and Pulse24 overcome crippling usage spikes and increase efficiency.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Aug 2005

Expanding Your Streaming Infrastructure

Establishing video communications is one thing; keeping up with demand is another. Is your enterprise in a “stream-ready” state?
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Aug 2005

Ten Tips for Choosing a Streaming Server

Here are a few pointers to help you make sense of both the art and science of selecting the right streaming media server.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Aug 2005

Commoditization and the Future of Content Delivery Networks: Part Two

In the second installment of this two-part article, we look at how commoditization might change the nature of CDNs.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Aug 2005

Multiple Delivery Mechanisms for Streaming

P2P, personal area networks, and progressive layering of downloads are just a few of the mechanisms that will ensure streaming's success in the future.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Aug 2005

Commoditization and the Future of Content Delivery Networks: Part One

How are CDNs working to differentiate their services from their competitors in the face of the increasing commoditization of bandwidth?
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jul 2005

Solving the DAM Problem

When your media becomes too much to handle on your own, digital asset management (DAM) solutions like Onstream’s DMSP can save the day.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jul 2005

Supreme Advice on Peer-to-Peer

The court’s ruling in the MGM v. Grokster case is good news for “legit” P2P media delivery, says Kontiki’s Stuart Clearly.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jun 2005

Sony and GlowPoint Announce Availability of IVE

IP-based communication service aims to free two-way video from the conference room
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Jun 2005

NAB 2005: Feet Don’t Fail Me Now

With a larger provider presence, smaller hardware, and more buzz about VC-1 and H.264, NAB has become a must-visit show.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Apr 2005

Speedera and Macromedia Partner for Secure Flash Video Delivery

Bypassing DRM, companies hope to simplify content protection for both live and on-demand video and audio.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Apr 2005

Akamai-Speedera: The Industry Responds

Consolidation may be an unavoidable consequence of the streaming industry’s growth, but it could also prove a boon to smaller providers.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Apr 2005

Case Study: Bringing the Mountain to Online Viewers

From small rural churches to gospel superstars like T.D. Jakes, Nine Systems has found success in the religious Webcasting market.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Apr 2005

Merkato Enables Dynamic, Real-Time Bandwidth Marketplace

By freeing purchasers from yearly or even monthly contracts, InvisibleHand is banking on the technology to turn bandwidth into a true commodity.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Mar 2005

HomeMovie.com Streams Home Movies for Families of Troops Overseas

Enables soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan to stay connected with their loved ones and watch their children grow up at home.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Feb 2005

Streaming the Grammys

With a mix of rehearsal and backstage footage, the 47th Annual Grammy Awards hope to top last year’s record of more than one million viewers of its “awards week” streaming content.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Feb 2005

It’s All in the Delivery

Limelight Networks makes the difference for online rich media
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Oct 2004

Industry Perspectives: Webcasting - A Fragmented Market

Webcasting involves a lot of building blocks before it is deliverable. A single vendor usually covers one block–and does it well. But most customers need a solution rather than a handful of building blocks.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Oct 2004

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