Microsoft Declares Commitment to the MPEG DASH Standard

Article Featured Image

Microsoft is committed to the new video streaming standard MPEG DASH and is integrating it into Azure Media Services, its line of cloud-based media services, says Sudheer Sirivara, director of media services for Microsoft, in this interview with Beet.TV

Beet.TV spoke with Sirivara at the IBC show at an event organized by the DASH Industry Forum, the industry organization devoted to championining the emerging standard.

Scroll down to view the full video interview (used courtesy of Beet.TV). 

Streaming Covers
Free
for qualified subscribers
Subscribe Now Current Issue Past Issues
Related Articles

Microsoft: How to Keep Dull Webcasts Out of Your Enterprise

Are employees watching in-house webcasts because they have to or because they want to? Learn the secrets of creating compelling enterprise video.

Microsoft: Why MPEG DASH Will See Broad Adoption in 2013

DASH-264 is almost here, and it will bring the specifics needed for interoperability and widespread use of MPEG DASH.

Two Worlds Collide: Smooth Streaming Meets Flash Player

Microsoft launches a preview Smooth Streaming plug-in for Adobe's Strobe player; shared use of H.264, AAC, and fragmented MP4 makes it possible.

Adobe: 2013 Will Be the Year of Discovery for MPEG DASH

MPEG DASH holds promise for simplifying the fractured world of online video delivery, but it's not quite ready for primetime.

Adobe to Integrate MPEG DASH Across Entire Lineup

While declining to provide a timeline, an Adobe representative says the company will integrate DASH from its players to its servers.

MPEG DASH Use is Blossoming, Says Akamai

Use of the adaptive streaming standard is mandated in Europe, just one of the reasons why it's seeing quick adoption by the industry.