A global gaming company based in the Asia-Pacific region wanted to expand in Brazil and give their users both lower latency and more reliable connections to their game servers. Zenlayer’s complete solution provided them with 250 bare metal servers, local IP transit with Brazilian carriers, and dedicated connections among their global PoPs – all for 25% lower costs than the Client had previously been paying for comparable services. The 15% reduction in latency during peak hours translated directly into higher customer satisfaction and greater participation on their platform due to positive reviews and word of mouth.
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.
Remote editing is all the rage these days. But just because everyone is doing it, doesn’t mean they’re doing it well.
Many content creators and post-production teams moved from in-studio online editing to at-home offline editing workflows this year. We did too, so we understand your struggle. If you are looking for ways to optimize your remote editing workflow, here are our top eight tips, tricks, and best practices for taking your video editing projects on-the-go.
We’ll start with some general advice on working from home, then narrow down into specific remote editing solutions for the creative community. For more detailed advice on each of these tips, watch our full webinar: Editors’ Guide to Remote Video Production.
Ian McDonough (CEO, Forbidden Technologies Plc) looks at some of the reasons why broadcast providers are moving to virtualization, and what the benefits are of applying virtualization to broadcast workflows. Ian also provides some lessons from architecting media Virtual Network Functions.