Webinar: Low Latency State of the Union 2020
A subjective term, low latency describes a sub-five-second delay between when a video is captured and when it’s displayed on a viewer’s device. Emerging technologies for lightning-fast video delivery continue to gain traction — but questions remain about which low-latency streaming protocols grant the greatest flexibility.
In this recorded webinar, we cover how low-latency streaming works, an update on current low-latency streaming protocols, and when near real-time streaming is important. From there, we take a closer look at emerging use cases for streaming success in 2020 and beyond.
- Who needs low-latency streaming and how it works
- An in-depth review of low-latency streaming protocols and how the various technologies compare in 2020
- Low-latency use cases for streaming success
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About Laurie Wherley
Based in Asheville, NC, Laurie Wherley is a passionate marketer, who is responsible for a variety of outbound activities including global events, social media, product marketing, and webinar creation. When she isn’t working, you’ll find Laurie traveling the globe, throwing down in the kitchen, or laying on a remote beach.