OTT delivery continues to expand to meet the relentless growing consumer demand. This trend shows no chance of abating and technologists are continually looking to innovation to scale infrastructures accordingly. But what does it mean to scale OTT? Where is the infrastructure? And who owns it?
The media industry is evolving faster than at any point in its history. Broadcasters and content producers are striving to meet consumers’ insatiable appetite for more content, rich viewing experiences, stunning images and access across all screens. As a result, in some cases, we have a situation where broadcasters’ revenues are growing more slowly than their costs. In fact, the big question facing all broadcasters today is how to create more first-class content more efficiently.
Velocix, the CDN specialist subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent, claims its latest higher density CDN edge caching software will deliver up to four times more streaming output than its previous generations.
MediaScaleX will deploy across all of Cincinnati Bell’s markets in Greater Cincinnati and Hawaii, and offers integrated OTT content, Cloud DVR, Start Over TV, Catch Up TV, and unified search.
The 2019 acquisition of Niles Media Group, Make.TV, and Crystal Corporation will be shown integrated as a fully managed network for IP-based transport by LTN Global at NAB.
The number of stream monitoring and data aggregation points continue to multiply, but there are increasingly efficient ways to proactively manage your QoS, QoE and compliance requirements.
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