Not too long ago at NAB 2015 in Las Vegas, Wowza Media Systems, LLC revealed that it had extended its streaming product options with Wowza Streaming Cloud and Wowza Streaming Engine Pro. The new solutions increase the power and ease of streaming live content, including audio and video for enterprises of all sizes. Wowza’s latest lineup outlines the need for scalable Cloud solutions in the enterprise, marking the company’s ability to break new ground.
Technology advances and competition have made live streaming easier than ever to deploy, but schools must be careful to pick a solution that meets their needs—and their budgets.
It was a big NAB Show for Wowza Media Systems, which made some of the biggest product introductions in its history. With the new Wowza Streaming Engine Pro and Wowza Streaming Cloud, the company is looking to make streaming services — especially transcoding — more cost-effective for the various levels of content creators.
In the first review of Wowza Streaming Cloud, Tim Siglin walks through the features of Wowza Streaming Cloud. Says Siglin, "Wowza is setting a high bar for ease of use that other OVPs should emulate."
Wowza Media Systems CEO David Stubenvoll describes the evolving world of streaming media. Plus, how large and small businesses can leverage both audio and video streaming. We also touch on upstarts like Meerkat and Periscope, and their potential market implications.
The University of Oregon recently streamed tennis matches using the new Wowza Streaming Cloud. By streaming the matches, they were able to connect with more fans and supporters, and also help with team development.
In the NetworkWorld Fave Raves, Ethan Linkner from LearnCore explains why he's a fan of Wowza Streaming Engine.
Wowza Tech Alliance partner Artesyn announced new functionality at the NAB show, as well as compatability with Wowza Media Systems.
Wowza Media Systems has launched new live streaming solutions: Wowza Streaming Cloud and Wowza Streaming Engine Pro. Preconfigured settings in the Wowza Streaming Cloud help users get started in minutes, while advanced options allow power users to create tailor-made solutions with the utmost control and flexibility.
In his review of what's hot at NAB this year, Steve Vonder Haar reports that the Wowza/Adobe lawsuit has been settled.