IP has succeeded in abstracting away the media essence from the underlying transport stream, and in doing so is providing scalable and dynamic solutions that are facilitated through cloud technologies and software.
Part 1 focused on what poor streaming quality means and what it can cost a D2C Streamer across multiple financial dimensions. This article focuses on preventing and fixing problems.
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It is safe to say that probably every streaming service has delivered poor quality experiences to its viewers at some point.
In the final article in this series, we look at datasets, their importance and why GPUs are critical for machine learning.
CDN Selection is a pivotal point in the streaming delivery chain that makes an important difference to the success of a D2C Streamer.
At this year’s IBC Show in Amsterdam, finally in-person after two years, remote production solutions were scattered throughout the exhibition floors, to no real surprise. Reduced costs, travel and shipping expenses, scalable infrastructure and efficient use of resources were all cited as advantages, while a few reasons for migrating carefully were also discussed.
Training neural networks is one of the most import aspects of ML, but what exactly do we mean by this?