In this IABM TV interview, Oliver Lietz (CEO, nanocosmos GmbH) discusses live streaming for audience interaction.
The rise of the streaming industry has led to rapid evolution of live streaming applications, platforms and products. As live streaming scenarios become increasingly diversified, the world is pressing for fast development of video streaming technologies. Among all the technologies that matter, the content delivery network (CDN) plays a critical role in delivering and ensuring a seamless streaming experience to users across different geographies. In this blog, we will take a close look at the most popular live streaming scenarios and zero in on the CDN technology requirements associated with each of the scenarios.
The rise of esports has been rapid. By 2022 the industry is expected to be worth $1.8 billion, fuelled by a reported 2.5 billion gamers worldwide. With gamers fiercely loyal to their favourite titles and star players and teams, the global appetite for gaming action online is enormous with a growing number of companies forming to meet this demand. Leading the way is esports specialist, Gfinity – born out of a desire to design, develop and deliver a world-class platform for gamers, game publishers, sports rights holders and commercial partners. The company now hosts the ‘Gfinity Elite Series’ enabling esports teams and professionals to compete across a number of the world’s most popular games including Call of Duty, FIFA, Halo and Fortnite.
Matrox Monarch EDGE encoder enables B Live to offer a state-of-the-art, multi-camera viewing experience to Vans Showdown fans tuning in to watch live streams
Aditya Ganjam (Chief Product Officer, Conviva) discusses the trends for streaming providers.
Todd Erdley (Founder & CEO, Videon) discusses the company and the products/solutions on show at IBC 2019.
Steve Miller-Jones (VP of Product Strategy, Limelight Networks) discusses video delivery
Mark Andrews (Head of Broadcast and Public Safety, EMEA & India, Soliton Systems) demonstrates the Zao-SH with Ultra Low Latency over 4G. Mark then shows the Zao Web Management system.
Live sports broadcasting is changing dramatically. Cloud-based production can not only dramatically reduce cost, but allows content owners to create many more productions from a single event - each custom tailored to smaller audiences, segmented by age, location, language, or interest. We already have seen alternate all-female commentary for NFL games, player-casting for the NCAA Finals, and Punjabi language NBA finals. This presentation shows what is next in this Twitch-like era.
Recent advances in edge compute encoding technologies are enabling affordable, low-latency, interactive live streaming for a wide range of emerging markets and applications. And, radical new technologies and innovative standards are transforming today's media marketplace, making affordable, low-delay, and easy-to-deploy live streaming over the public internet a reality. This presentation offers insight and analysis on current and future markets with use cases on new growth areas for affordable low-latency streaming capability, including game shows, live sports, and live auctions.