Wowza Media Systems has just announced their new Ultra Low Latency streaming service for their Wowza Streaming Cloud platform.
When seconds matter, even a little latency is too much. Wowza promises it can send a video stream around the globe in two seconds or less.
Wowza Media Systems is launching a new “Ultra Low Latency Service” as a part of the Wowza Streaming Cloud platform and promising global streams with less than two seconds of end-to-end latency.
The SRT Alliance, an open-source initiative dedicated to overcoming the challenges of low-latency video streaming, has announced 14 new members, including Eurovision Media Services, Matrox Graphics and Telvue.
Today we’re excited to announce some updates that improve and simplify the Live 360 experience for both creators and audiences.
The Live 360 Ready Program is a list of third-party 360-degree cameras and software solutions verified by Facebook.
Facebook has introduced some updates to its Live 360 feature – adding support for 4K resolution, VR, donate buttons and scheduling, as well as giving a range of cameras and software suites its Live 360 seal of approval.
Virtual Reality (VR) is basically a technology in which you can feel and interact with a virtual world created by a phone, computer or some other device. It makes you feel as if they have been transported from their real world to a virtual world. In fact, top of the line VR devices provides users with a very realistic sensation.
How quickly will HEVC/HLS take hold in live production? For over 20,000 producers, not until Wowza makes it available. Learn how soon that will happen and what it might cost in this interview with Wowza VP of Engineering Barry Owen.
The report, "Create the Streaming Media Experience Users Want," focuses on time to first frame and end-to-end latency in five markets: user-generated content, online gaming, sports, news, and radio.