Wowza Media Systems™, the market leader in reliable streaming infrastructure that enables any-device delivery across the globe, today announced the integration of Wowza’s video streaming solutions with Fastly’s edge cloud platform.
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Welcome to our very first interview here with Streaming Media West 2019, being held this year in Downtown Los Angeles at the Westin Bonaventure, actually an iconic hotel here in the city. In the last couple years we've come to you from Huntington Beach down by the water. But this year, we decided to move right up into the heart of the entertainment capital, Los Angeles. Today, I've got with me Tim Dougherty from Wowza.
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