Since its early days as a bootstrapped startup, the company has broadened its streaming video solutions suite, positioning itself as a fierce competitor in the space. Now the company is ready to reach the next level. That’s why they’ve decided to pursue a partnership with Clearhaven Partners, a software-focused private equity firm.
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Wowza Media Systems, the provider of low-latency streaming and video delivery solutions, has received an investment from software and technology specialist Clearhaven Partners.
Wowza Media Systems, a specialist in streaming solutions that enable video delivery across the globe, has announced support for DRM technology in Wowza Streaming Cloud through integration with the EZDRM DRM as a Service (DRMaaS) solution.
In 2020, Wowza’s leadership team led the charge to revamp the livestreaming video company’s operating methodology, focusing on understanding the customer above all else.
We’ve counted all the votes in the 2020 Streaming Media Readers’ Choice Awards, and today we’re announcing the finalists—the top three vote-getters in each of our 26 categories.
For engineers and developers who need to build an end-to-end low-latency solution, Wowza Streaming Engine has announced support for the most recent Apple Low-Latency HLS specification.
Wowza’s Barry Owen was a panelist in a recent webinar hosted by the Streaming Video Alliance, exploring the pros and cons of the different streaming protocols for different use cases as well as looking at best practices for implementation including configuration tuning and other optimization that make the protocols operate at peak performance.
In this report by Wowza Media Systems, the company illuminates the myriad of challenges that organizations face when integrating video streaming into their business strategy.
As COVID-19 continues its global spread, authorities are restricting large gatherings of people and enforcing stay at home protocols. This crisis is forcing us to adapt to a “new normal,” and technology is taking center stage to help us through the transition. Among the advances easing this burden are live streaming technologies. The rapid adoption of live streaming continues to grow with the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, as a large number of companies are using this technology to improve their day-to-day operations.
The possibilities of live streaming go beyond connecting people and enabling musicians to go live from their living rooms. These technologies are also being deployed to power unique applications like emergency communications, health care patient monitoring and coronavirus case tracking in an effort to flatten the curve.