Provider of B2B ultra-low live streaming platform and API nanocosmos joined the CDN Alliance.
With more than 20 years of experience in the audio/video industry nanocosmos has contributed to interactive live streaming, this marks an important milestone as the firm joined the initiative to support the global CDN Industry and CDN Community.
The CDN Alliance is an independent nonprofit organization with the goal to connect, support, and represent the global CDN Industry, and CDN Community. It aims to initiate and facilitate activities to work on global industry challenges e.g. availability, scalability, reliability, privacy, security, sustainability, interoperability, education, certification, regulations.
nanocosmos will contribute the expertise of delivering ultra-low latency live streaming based on a combination of a self-managed CDN, browser-based player and advanced analytics.
The company recently announced the new release of nanoStream Cloud, a combination of a Global Network (CDN), Player and extended analytics. It not only reduces latency further to remain sub-second, but also takes it a step further and makes interactive live streaming about more than just latency. Their comprehensive approach integrates other elements that proved to be especially relevant during the time of increased virtual interaction like quality of service and thus the quality of experience for end users, data driven streaming and streaming protection.
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