May 11, 2016 by
Fastly, the only real-time content delivery network, is the newest Wowza Tech Alliance partner. Although this marks the start of the official partner relationship, we have worked together for quite some time. In fact, last fall Wowza and Fastly both participated in a content distribution panel at the Media Solutions day hosted by Google Cloud Platform. Many organizations are already using the Wowza and Fastly solutions together, so it made sense for us to formally partner to give our joint customers a much tighter integration.
April 28, 2016 by
The Wowza booth was abuzz with energy and excitement last week at NAB in Las Vegas. The show saw its largest ever attendance, with 103,000+ registered attendees and 1,700+ exhibitors. Join us in recapping trending show topics, covering everything from VR/360° streaming to our new Facebook Live integration and Wowza GoCoder SDK.
April 20, 2016 by
Another year has passed and graduation season is upon us again. While students and faculty prepare for closing ceremonies, media-services departments scramble in preparation for the biggest event of the year. Here are ten tips to help you not only successfully stream your event, but also create an engaging experience for your viewers.
April 20, 2016 by
VR, low latency, and ad insertion have bubbled to the top as the hottest trends at the NAB 2016 show. Check out the commentary on those trends from Wowza CTO Charlie Good.
April 18, 2016 by
Virtual reality, peer-accelerated streaming, Facebook Live, VP9, and more. Whether you're at NAB this week, or there in spirit, Wowza is making a splash.
April 7, 2016 by
For in-room entertainment and digital signage onboard cruise ships, reliability means everything to cruise lines, the crew, and the passenger experience. That’s why UIEvolution and Wowza teamed up to create a full-featured streaming solution that enables cruise lines—including Holland America—to securely and reliably stream content to thousands of shipboard connected screens.
April 5, 2016 by
While every streaming architecture has unique elements, we find that media server deployment decisions often come back to a few common considerations: audience size, audience location, resources, ease of deployment, and network constraints. This post articulates four common deployment scenarios for streaming server software such as Wowza Streaming Engine. If you aren’t yet sure whether you need a streaming solution based on DIY software or a managed cloud service, you may want to download our deployment decision guide, which outlines how to find the streaming media infrastructure that fits you best. If you already know you need a self-managed software-based solution, this post is for you, and we hope these four scenarios help you understand how to build a professional-grade streaming architecture.
April 1, 2016 by
How you see the world is about to change. Wowza is proud to announce Reality VR™, technology that experiences everyday life for you.