Peer5 Introduces Multi-CDN Service With Support From 15 CDNs
When 1 or 2 CDNs isn't good enough, how about 15? Video delivery company Peer5 introduced multi-CDN with participation from 15 content delivery networks.
Akamai Intros Enhancements at the Edge, Securing Premium Video
With security threats for premium video increasing, security technology must rise to the challenge. Akamai launches a variety of improvements for content protection.
AWS Debuts MediaConnect, Live Video Upload and Transfer Service
Getting live video streams into and out of the cloud becomes easier with the latest media service from AWS Elemental.
Vimeo Announces One-Step Native Video Publishing to LinkedIn
The integration brings LinkedIn viewership analytics to the Vimeo dashboard, so members can compare data from multiple social channels in one place.
Akamai Announces Support for Ultra-Low Latency With CMAF
Reducing latency for HTTP Adaptive Streaming video to 3 seconds or less is possible, but it requires a complex workflow.
Dolby Acquires Hybrik to Grow Media Processing Business
Dolby Laboratories has plans to build up its media processing business, and believes an acquisition of Hybrik will help it get there.
Rebuffering Frustration: 29% Will Stop Watching After One Problem
As people go online for more of their daily video, they have higher expectations than ever. Rebuffering is the top annoyance for many.
Akamai Debuts Two Cloud Solutions for Broadcaster Video Delivery
Akamai Cloud Wrapper aims to take the strain off cloud origins, while Direct Connect solves first-mile problems by avoiding the public internet.
Conviva Brings AI to Diagnostics Reporting With Ecosystem Module
Publishers can set the module to notify outside partners of QoE problems, automating a process now done by technicians and engineers.
Limelight Promises Sub-Second Live Video Latency Using WebRTC
Forget HLS and DASH, says Limelight, and definitely forget HTTP. Its WebRTC-based solution could take the pain out of sports streaming.
Telestream to Show Self-Healing Live Video Architecture at IBC
Project Orchid promises to improve service quality while lowering cost and complexity, Telestream says, by solving problems on its own.
Telestream Wirecast 10 Links to Restreaming, Captioning Services
Video creators can simultaneously stream live video to multiple platforms, even when using a light laptop and a standard internet connection.
Cisco's Service Provider Video Software Emerges as Synamedia
The company created by the sale of Cisco's Service Provider Video Software has a name, as well as a mission to unite broadcast and OTT.
Mux Debuts Dashboard for Monitoring and Solving Quality Issues
With the Mux dashboard, companies can view 30-minute trendlines for a number of crucial elements, visualizing problems seconds after they occur.
Verizon Launching Residential 5G in 4 U.S. Cities This Year
The telco is partnering with Apple and YouTube to bring streaming video to home customers, but hasn't yet offered price or plan details.
BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport Serve 66.8M World Cup Streams
Millions in the U.K. turned to the internet to enjoy the tournament, with the Sweden vs. England match the BBC's most streamed event ever.
Wowza Streaming Cloud With Ultra Low Latency Now Available
First demonstrated at IBC, Wowza's solution for low-latency interactive video and data serves viewers around the globe on a variety of devices.
Cisco Exits Pay TV Video Market With Sale to Permira Funds
In a sign of how competitive the video solutions market has become, Cisco exits the pay TV area by dumping assets at a bargain price.
Vimeo Debuts a Live and On-Demand OTT Subscription App Solution
The video sharing site also doubles down on business customers at NAB, debuting an eCDN, a hardware encoder, and more.
Cisco, Harmonic, Ericsson, AT&T Tout NBC Olympic Partnerships
The Winter Olympics have begun, and the biggest companies in video streaming are celebrating their specific contributions.