Delivery can refer to a few different things. You can deliver a joke or a punch if the aforementioned joke was offensive (talk about a punchline...). However, this post is not about those kinds of deliveries. And no, this doesn't have anything to with your Amazon order. We are talking about delivery architecture for live streaming media. Rather, our CEO Chris Allen addressed this at the recent Content Delivery Summit in a panel discussion with Jason Hofmann from our partner Limelight Networks, Rob Dillon of Tribune Media and Dom Robinson of id3as. Quality Scaling and Cost Efficiency They cover the…

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Next week, the New York Hilton Midtown will host the 2018 Streaming Media East Conference along with the Content Delivery Summit. We are excited to say that our CEO and Co-Founder Chris Allen will be speaking at both events to discuss video delivery architecture, low-latency (of course), and the future of live-streaming media. For those looking to join Chris in New York, NY you can find a brief summary of the panels where he will be speaking. For more details, follow the website links above or click the titles below. Furthermore, if you are indeed attending, let us know by…

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Last week, the media broadcasting community gathered together at the NAB Show to discuss industry achievements and trends. A wide range of speakers discussed various topics from optimizing end to end delivery, leveraging CDNs, and effective ad-insertion. Not to mention the numerous vendors touting live streaming monetization strategies. OTT Of course, the always growing OTT (Over the Top) market was represented by a strong contingent of over 90 vendors. This is unsurprising given the current trend towards increased mobile and tablet use. Take for example the Real Salt Lake Soccer/Football team. After launching a free, ad-supported app, the team…

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May 25th will mark the beginning of the enforcement period for the EU General Data Protection Regulation. The large non-compliance fines have caused some concern. However, GDPR is not the end of the world. The GDPR focuses on the collection of personal data (any information that could directly or indirectly identify a natural person) and how that is stored or otherwise handled. Fundamentally, companies need to provide thorough protections and consumer controls when handling data like name, email address, location, social media posts, cookie data, medical information, or even a computer IP address. One important thing to note is that…

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70 billion. That's a gigantic number. 70,000,000,000. You can practically measure it in centimeters. Riiiight... but 70 billion what? Dollars. Tasty, green USD. That's the predicted size of the global, video streaming market by 2021 (70.05 billion to be exact) up from 30.29 billion in 2016. All that with a not too shabby with an 18.3% CAGR. That's a pretty sizable opportunity. Methinks it's time to get streaming. Great, so why all the growth? 1.6 billion live streams go through Facebook every day . Where does it all come from? The simple answer is…

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