A new global OTT managed service launched on time under remote working restrictions validates the strength of Red Bee Media’s relationship with client TV5MONDE, the resilience of its team and the flexibility of the platform’s architecture.
Low broadcast latency has become a mandatory requirement in any tenders and competitions for building of head-end stations and CDNs. Previously, such criteria were applied only to sports broadcasting, but now operators require low latency from broadcast equipment suppliers for every sphere: broadcasting news, concerts, performances, interviews, talk shows, debates, e-sports and gambling.
This year, live streaming is forecast to account for 82% of all internet traffic. Whether it’s Esports, a live video from your favourite Instagram influencer or a brand new product launch, live streaming is here to stay.
If you’re looking to start live streaming, you’ll want to strike the right balance between factors like price, functionality and compatibility. We’ll help to run you through some starting points when it comes to choosing live broadcasting software for the first time.
Julien Signes, SVP and GM Video Processing, Synamedia
To deliver the quality of broadcast to adaptive bit rate (ABR) video, the key is leveraging the power of AI in an automated fashion based around a unique set of quality metrics. The technology is designed to anticipate the subjective perception of the human eye. Julien describes how adding this type of technology can deliver significant operational cost savings for service providers.
Limelight was honoured to receive the 2018 IABM BaM™ Award in the Publish category at the IBC Conference in Amsterdam for its solution to this problem. The new Limelight Realtime Streaming solution allows broadcasters to ensure online viewers enjoy the same realtime viewing experience as broadcast viewers.