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Real Time in the Real World: How a next-generation Edge Network architecture is required to support Ultra-Low-Latency Streaming at Scale

MainStreaming’s Channel and Partners Director presented our innovative ultra-low latency live streaming at scale Edge Video delivery Network during webinar session “Real Time in the Real World: Ultra-Low Latency Streaming for Sports, eSports, iGaming, and Interactive Events” hosted by Streaming Media.

 

You are invited to watch the webinar session, which guides you through ways to overcome live streaming obstacles and succeed in delivering ultra-low latency streams reliably and profitably. 

This Tech Talk session is all about gaining more insights and best practices:

– How Video Edge Network routing orchestration underpins reliable low-latency delivery.
– What time to first- byte-performance tell us about the value of being close to the viewers.
– How Video Delivery Network intra-Edge communication enables scalable low-latency performance.

 

Watching the webinar, you will delve deep into how  you can provide ultra-low latency live streaming video at scale. It takes you through the 4 key ingredients for ultra-low latency live streaming.

 

Broadcasters, OTT TV, and content providers, here are a few reasons to watch it now:

– The importance of streaming playback quality is what really matters most to viewers
– MainStreaming’s expertise in flawlessly delivering media content across vast networks 
– How we revolutionized the classic CDN model with our innovative video Edge architecture and deployment models.
– The role of our real-time AI orchestrator in ensuring quality and low latency from the start of the streaming experience.
– The unique advantages of streaming video over traditional RF-based broadcast video, especially in terms of latency and quality.

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