Low Latency: State of the Union

July 2, 2019 by


Broadcasters are moving away from traditional satellite and cable technologies, driving the need for low-latency streaming. Today’s viewers have come to expect lickety-split video delivery for everything from live sports to interactive apps. And while typical cable broadcasts support a glass-to-glass latency of roughly five seconds, streaming media over the internet can introduce up to 45 seconds in delay.

Hear from the Wowza team — including CTO and Cofounder Charlie Good, VP and Chief Architect Scott Kellicker, and Director of Engineering Andrew Kennedy — as they examine the low-latency landscape in 2019.

Our experts will discuss:

While reducing latency used to mean sacrificing quality or scale, that’s not always the case with these emerging technologies. Get the 101 by watching the video.