February 05, 2014
Online Video News
Apple Starting to Build Out Its Own CDN
Apple's CDN buildout will deliver content to consumers, though it's not clear if Apple will use it for popular or longtail content, or what the effect will be on the company's relationships with Akamai and Level 3.
Qwilt Debuts Transparent Caching for Live Video
Live online video is popular, but the experience is often sub-par. Qwilt aims to change that with a shared stream solution.
TiVo Buying Digitalsmiths for $135M in Cash, Looks to the Cloud
Freeing itself from the box, TiVo will create cloud-based services powered by Digitalsmiths metadata and recommendations.
Akamai, Google: Building an Open Source DASH-AVC/264 Player
An all-star Streaming Media West panel explains the architecture of the dash.js player, and shows how attendees can use it in their own projects.
LiveU Streams Super Bowl Activities for Multiple Media Outlets
Live sports streaming is a growth area for LiveU backpacks, which will be seen in Sochi and at the upcoming World Cup, as well.
Lockheed Martin Shares Enterprise Video Platform Best Practices
Companies serve more on-demand than live video, but how will the rise of mobile devices impact enterprise video platform performance?
VBrick Mix Enables Live Enterprise Webcasting from iPads
Works with VBrick Ecosystem to Empower Employees with Live, Mobile Streaming Ability; Delivers Desktop-grade Video Editing to any iPad User via their Mobile App
Haivision Continues to Redefine Professional HD Encoding with Dramatic Entry Level Pricing
Award-winning Makito for 1080i/720p HD live encoding now available at $2,995
Thomson Video Networks Showcases World-Class Contribution and Video Delivery Solutions at CABSAT 2014
At CABSAT 2014, Thomson Video Networks will demonstrate key innovations for delivering OTT and multi-platform services in the most cost-effective, bandwidth-efficient manner possible while meeting consumers' ever-growing expectations for exceptional HD pi