Outside Broadcast connectivity using managed and unmanaged networks is delivering opportunities for employers that enhances productivity through flexibility, scalability, and resilience.
Combining the resilience and predictability of managed IP circuits with the cost-efficient flexibility of unmanaged networks such as the public internet is allowing broadcasters to look again at how they provide outside broadcasts.
However, providing data delivery is only part of the solution, to achieve low latency broadcasters must look deep into the network and understand the sources of the latencies and the practical strategies to overcome them. The new breed of low latency codecs further drive down latency but being able to understand the intricacies of how they provide compression is essential to achieving optimum results.
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