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Arqiva and MainStreaming partner to challenge conventional approaches to streaming content distribution

Arqiva and MainStreaming have forged a technology and services partnership, to jointly offer distribution services for the media streaming market. The partners will explore how the combination of MainStreaming’s cutting-edge CDN technology and broadcast-grade streaming experience with Arqiva’s global media infrastructure and managed services capability can offer more scalable, flexible, and programming-centric content distribution services for the media streaming market. With ever-growing viewer numbers on streaming services and the increasing strategic value of online audiences, the streaming needs of the biggest broadcasters and service providers are greater than ever. The combination of a large audience served, consistently high video quality, and low latency is the tough combination to get right hour after hour. As such, secure, scalable and cost-effective content distribution networks are vital. Existing streaming distribution networks are not well suited to deliver either the quality of service required by service providers or the quality of experience expected by audiences. The growing carbon footprint of streaming services is also

Streaming is still screaming? Test

Video streaming is not easy! It is not easy even in Countries where the quality of internet networks is supposed to be very high. And when it comes to live events, things get tricky. When problems with streaming delivery arise, it is not simply a matter of the size of the provider. Or of the ISP’s capacity. Nor a matter of the technology itself. Internet networks were not designed to support a bandwidth-hungry streaming flow, and they were not designed to deliver content to millions of concurrent users. But even though networks have expanded, fiber is now everywhere, gigabits are even in houses; they still need to be optimized to cover as much traffic as possible. Especially when it comes to the delivery of live events. Live streaming is time sensitive. It’s not like sending an email attachment. Static content delivery isn’t as time critical as a Formula 1 start or a penalty kick. During the early 2000s, when dial-up

Streaming is still screaming?

Video streaming is not easy! It is not easy even in Countries where the quality of internet networks is supposed to be very high. And when it comes to live events, things get tricky. When problems with streaming delivery arise, it is not simply a matter of the size of the provider. Or of the ISP’s capacity. Nor a matter of the technology itself. Internet networks were not designed to support a bandwidth-hungry streaming flow, and they were not designed to deliver content to millions of concurrent users. But even though networks have expanded, fiber is now everywhere, gigabits are even in houses; they still need to be optimized to cover as much traffic as possible. Especially when it comes to the delivery of live events. Live streaming is time sensitive. It’s not like sending an email attachment. Static content delivery isn’t as time critical as a Formula 1 start or a penalty kick. During the early 2000s, when dial-up