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Local Heroes: Solutions for LAN- and WAN-based Streaming (Part 1)

In the first of a two-part article, we take a look at three different solutions—from Certeon, Kontiki, and Network Appliance—to offer a sense of the options available for moving your content from LAN to WAN.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Jul 2004

Commentary: No Matter What You Call It, the Inducing Infringement of Copyright Act Spells Trouble

Though it’s not aimed solely, or even primarily, at streaming media, the "Inducing Infringement of Copyright Act" should give anyone involved with moving content across the Web cause for concern.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jul 2004

District Court Delivers Blow to Acacia

The recent Markman Order may be the first step towards invalidating some of Acacia’s DMT patent claims, but the case still has a long way to go.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Jul 2004

Convincing Your Boss You Need Streaming Media

You may firmly believe that streaming media is the best thing since sliced bread, but your boss may need some education.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Jul 2004

Review: Macromedia Breeze 4.1

If you're looking for an online meeting tool with powerful features and extensibility, you should give Breeze a try. It’s not perfect by any means, but it provides a host of features you won’t find in similar tools, and for a very reasonable price.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Jul 2004

Squeeze Play: Sorenson's New Encoding Suite Hits the Mark

With a brand-new interface, batch processing, and more output formats than ever, the Squeeze 4 Compression Suite will be a force to be reckoned with in the ever-competitive encoder market.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Jun 2004

Microsoft Releases Windows Media Player 10 Technical Beta

The new version puts more options at users’ fingertips, and Redmond says the new "Digital Media Mall" will lay the groundwork for the future of digital content consumption.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Jun 2004

Streaming By the Numbers

Want to know how much bandwidth a media file is going to take? How many concurrent users you can support? Thankfully, some of the more mathematically-gifted members of the streaming media community have posted some handy "calculators" for deciphering the ciphers.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Jun 2004

Saving Streaming

No, it's not the industry that needs saving. But more and more people want to save streamed content onto their hard drives. For companies like ZyGoDigital and Twinklesoft, that spells opportunity. For content creators, it might also spell trouble.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jun 2004

Workshops Kick Off Streaming Media East 2004

In their pre-show seminars, Steve Mack offered a primer in "best practices for streaming," while Nico McLane walked her audience through three real-life scenarios.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 May 2004

Department Of The Interior Streams To Its Employees

On the job, as Director of Online Learning for the Department of the Interior University, Bob Veltkamp searches for better ways to communicate consistently and effectively to over 70,000 people who work for the Department’s eight bureaus and other Departmental offices.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Nov 2003

It’s All About Communication

There’s no denying the tremendous utility in streaming media to deliver information faster, more efficiently, and to a global audience. Columnist Dan Rayburn speaks
Featured Articles, Posted 17 May 2002

Free Speech Feels the Pressure

One of the first streaming sites dedicated to providing a free forum has announced a shift to a paid model. This comes at a time when the public debate concerning liberty versus security is growing more intense.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Sep 2001

Streaming Across the Seven Seas

When the U.S. Navy looked to have a "town hall" meeting with its East and West coast offices, it turned to Polycom and its ViewStation system. Contributor Joel Strauch shows how videoconferencing is forever changing the way the Navy communicates.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Sep 2001

Tulsa Puts Out Fires With Streaming

When the Tulsa Fire Department realized it was sending its employees to training rather than fighting fires, it turned to streaming. Contributor Max Bloom tells us that for them, streaming isn't just good business, it's also a matter of life and death.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jul 2001

NASA, Web Pioneer

Despite NASA’s internal communication problems, the agency has played a pioneering role in communication technology, and is developing breakthrough technologies that promise to extend the frontiers of digital media networks.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 May 2001

Space dreams

In a landmark partnership with a private company, NASA is set to stream from HDTV cameras in space, and hopes to exploit — of all things — an IPO.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 May 2001

New Frontiers

As the agency continues to integrate streaming into various operations, Internet bandwidth still restricts the range of streaming applications. But the NGI will make it possible to stream at much higher bandwidths, including high-definition video (HD), with applications in remote project surveillance, telemedicine, and agency-wide collaboration.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 May 2001

Singapore Armed Forces' Streaming Plan of Attack

Singapore takes its armed forces seriously. The city-state is neighbor to Malaysia to the north, with a population of 21.8 million; and Indonesia to the south, with a population of 225 million. In stark contrast, Singapore has a population of just 4.1 million. Although Singapore has a friendly relationship with its neighbors, the numbers nevertheless speak for themselves.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jan 2001

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