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.

 

About Traci Ruether

As a Colorado-based B2B tech writer, Traci Ruether serves as Wowza's content marketing manager. Her background is in streaming and content delivery. In addition to writing, Traci enjoys cooking, reading, gardening, and spending quality time with her fur babies. Follow… View more