With more viewers ditching traditional satellite and cable services each year, the race for speedier live-stream delivery is in full force. Low-latency CMAF is an emerging standard that could very well lead the pack, but what are the pros and cons? The standard’s real-world appeal and long-term benefits are still playing out. Join our discussion and learn where the industry is heading, the overall adoption, ideal use cases, and what can be expected of CMAF next.
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Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) has special live-streaming challenges that other sports organizations don’t have to deal with. For one thing, its competitors aren’t all on one field. Instead, they’re scattered across large lakes, often miles apart, and nowhere near a Wi-Fi network.
Media firm Wowza is showcasing its live-streaming solutions at NAB, including its Streaming Cloud service and Microsoft Azure artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) capabilities.
Wowza Showcases New SDKs, Product Features and Onboarding Program at NAB Golden, CO — During the 2019 NAB Show, to be held April 6–11 in Las Vegas, Wowza Media Systems will be showcasing new services and product updates aimed at enabling...Read More
Wowza Streaming Cloud and Microsoft Azure Further Artificial Intelligence Workflows Golden, CO — Wowza Media Systems is collaborating with Microsoft at the NAB Show in Las Vegas to demonstrate live video streaming solutions on Microsoft A...Read More
SRT Support and Low-Latency CMAF Preview Unveiled During the Conference Golden, CO — During the 2019 NAB Show, to be held April 6–11 in Las Vegas, Wowza Media Systems will be showcasing several product enhancements as part of the...Read More
Microsoft is getting involved in live video streaming, through its ownership of LinkedIn. The social network is launching a new LinkedIn Live service to its 600 million users, allowing people to live stream video content.
This week, the company is launching live video, giving people and organizations the ability to broadcast real-time video to select groups, or to the LinkedIn world at large.
Wowza wanted to create excitement for ClearCaster—and get people using the device as quickly as possible—so it offered a trial program through which users could borrow a ClearCaster for 30 days after providing some basic information and agreeing to specific terms and conditions.
Saas (Software as a service) businesses are under intense pressure to provide 24/7 customer support from specialist agents, many of them trained engineers.