Webinar: Low Latency State of the Union 2020

August 21, 2020 by

 

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. 

 

Key Takeaways:

  • 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

Watch the video above to hear from the Wowza team — including CTO and Cofounder Charlie Good and VP of Solutions Engineering Barry Owen — as they examine the low-latency landscape in 2020.

 

About Laurie Wherley

Based in Denver, CO, 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… View more