A global gaming company which provides a platform for clients to host their own games uses Zenlayer Bare Metal Cloud to quickly and easily provision servers around the world and meet user needs.
Global enterprises have distributed users, and the infrastructure conditions of the regions where users are located are often quite different. Compared to mature markets with competitive options, in emerging markets such as India, Indonesia, Brazil, the Middle East, South America and Africa – 4G networks are not mainstream. In fact, 3G and even 2G are still widely used in these emerging markets, where network speeds are relatively slow, and costs are high.
For gaming companies that need to quickly seize market share, knowing how to rapidly improve user experience in distributed, complex and weak network environments is crucial for their success.
Talk-Cloud, an e-Learning platform used by universities and other online education providers, was experiencing expo-nential growth and needed rapid deployment of new network nodes to maintain customer satisfaction. The heart of their platform is two-way livestreaming, an application extremely sensitive to latency issues and network instability. By using Zenlayer Bare Metal Cloud and Edge Data Center Services for their network needs, Talk-Cloud was able to increase coverage by 40% while reducing latency by 5% and costs by 20%.
Announcement of the Support BaM Award® Winner from the IABM Awards Ceremony 2020.
In this IABM TV interview, Pieter-Jan Speelmans (CTO, THEO Technologies) discusses the biggest challenges customers are facing, how the industry is currently moving, and the biggest innovations the THEO team is working on.
This online seminar gives you an overview of the SRT functionalities, why is SRT important, what are the challenges of streaming over the unmanaged internet, SRT key features, how SRT works and typical applications in combination with WISI headends.
In this talk, the current low latency streaming implementations are reviewed, including LL-DASH, LL-HLS and HESP. A deeper understanding of how they perform for different criteria is explained, such as latency, bandwidth, zapping time, scalability, etc., as well as identifying the strengths, limitations and best practices.
The Reliable Internet Stream Transport (RIST) specification was created by the Video Services Forum to promote interoperability for low-latency, high-quality video contribution over the Internet. This is a technical presentation on RIST Main Profile, VSF TR-06-2, released in March 2020. Besides reliable stream delivery, RIST Main Profile includes features such as tunneling, support for in-band control, encryption, authentication, and bandwidth optimization.
We’re exploring how to give broadcasters what they need to be able to use 5G effectively. This includes developing a roadmap of how we get to full network slicing, what sort of integrated services and wrap-around service-level agreements and support is required.
This presentation will provide a brief overview of these technologies. It will then describe experiments running on the public Internet that have been carried out with various CDN and OTT players.