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Broadpeak is best known for its CDN delivery and selection technology.

Broadpeak to Show Low-Latency Streaming at 2017 NAB Show March 21st 2017 - 05:00 PM

Broadpeak will be showing its two major products: nanoCDN and umbrella CDN at the 2017 NAB Show, with a focus on quality and low latency.

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StreamGuys Launches SaaS Service for Live Podcasting and Video Stream Repurposing March 20th 2017 - 01:00 PM

StreamGuys, a content delivery network and streaming media provider, will launch new video features in its cloud-based SGrecast live stream repurposing platform.

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Edgeware CDN Selector.

Edgeware Adds Akamai and Level3 Support to its TV CDN Architecture March 16th 2017 - 12:00 PM

Edgeware has added third-party support to its CDN Selector to make it easier for its customers to deliver content to wider audiences. It now allows operators to deliver the same content from a single NAS over Akamai and Level3 services.

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TeamCast provides digital modulators for satellite, wireless and Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT).

TeamCast Extends Satellite Modulation to Mixed Broadcast and Broadband Services March 8th 2017 - 05:00 PM

TeamCast, a Washington D.C based provider of digital modulation technologies for satellite, wireless and Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) transmission, is showing a new high capacity DVB-S2X modulator at the Satellite 2017 show.

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Trump inauguration drives streaming to new heights.

Timing Helps Trump Inauguration Set New Streaming Record January 26th 2017 - 04:00 PM

President Trump’s inauguration may have been boycotted by many on the ground but set a new record for live streaming by generating more data traffic over Akamai’s CDN (Content Delivery Network) than any other single news or sporting event.

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Articles You May Have Missed January 25th 2017 - 08:00 AM

While OTA broadcasters contemplate the future, competitors advance.

Over-the-air broadcasters are entering perhaps the most chaotic period in the technology’s history. With the FCC-mandated spectrum swap and new technology ATSC 3.0 on the horizon, video program delivery becomes ever more confusing.

Once the new kid on the block, IPTV is now part of the pay TV mainstream. Research shows that IPTV single handedly dragged the US pay TV market back to growth in the last quarter of 2014. Similar results occurred in several European countries including the Netherlands.

With the likes of Amazon, Netflix, Hulu and other new content providers, viewers, especially younger viewers, are signing up for the services. Just what does the IPTV market hold? Learn more about these OTA competitors in these two recent articles.

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