Mini Guide: Low-Latency HLS Solution

September 23, 2020 by
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Since its release by Apple to combat scaling issues in 2009, HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) has become one of the most popular and widely supported streaming protocols today. Throughout the last decade we have seen the market change and the demand for lower latencies is higher than ever.

In this mini guide, we’ll discuss the most recent updates to Apple’s Low-Latency HLS (LL-HLS) specification, and how Wowza is teaming up with Fastly and THEO to implement a seamless end-to-end solution.

 

 

Because any large-scale deployments of Low-Latency HLS require integration from vendors across the live video delivery ecosystem, it’s crucial to have an end-to-end solution optimized for the latest version of the specification. That’s why we’ve partnered with Fastly and THEO to ensure full compatibility with Apple’s evolving spec.

Learn more about how this technology has evolved, each step in the workflow, and why the media server is crucial to any Low-Latency HLS Solution. Download the guide today.

 

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