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Adobe Joins with Kaltura for HTML5 Widget

Solution makes it easy to stream HTML5 or Flash video to any viewer on any platform.
Featured News, Posted 23 Oct 2010

How Dynamic Site Acceleration Works

dynamic site acceleration is a suite of technologies and/or products that make websites reliant on dynamically served content perform better, load faster, and ultimately, make more money. Here's a look at the specifics, and how Akamai and Cotendo are taking slightly different approaches.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Oct 2010

Turning Online Video Complexity into Opportunity

As the online video world grows more fractured, solutions are needed to streamline publishing, says David Mendels of Brightcove.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Oct 2010

TV Sets a High Bar for Streaming Media to Match

Online video needs to solve the problem of too many choices, says Ben Schofield of Red Bee Media.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Oct 2010

Stream UK Will Offer Live HTTP Video of Streaming Media Europe

Viewers behind corporate firewalls won't have any trouble watching this year's sessions.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Oct 2010

Live Streaming in the Works at BitTorrent

The P2P giant is close to bringing the immediacy of television to online viewers, without bandwidth issues.
Featured News, Posted 06 Oct 2010

Commentary: Sometimes, The Old Ways are the Best

New formats and delivery protocols might be sexy, but in a mission-critical corporate environment, so-called "deprecated" technologies might still be the way to go
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Oct 2010

Buto.tv Debuts Clickable Hotspots

Simple hotspot tool makes e-commerce video easy and affordable for smaller companies.
Featured News, Posted 13 Sep 2010

First Look: Flash Media Server 4

Today Adobe announced the immediate availability of Flash Media Server 4, including Flash Media Enterprise Server, which includes "Fusion," an approach to multicasting that combines IP multicasting with what the company calls "application multicasting." Here's a detailed look at what's available in each of the three new FMS products, including a look at a test implementation by MediaPlatform.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Sep 2010

Apple's HD Streaming Gamble

Whether Apple delivers from in-house or via CDN, Apple's new approach sets streaming bar high. But yesterday's Apple TV announcement suggested they might not always be able to reach it.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Sep 2010

Industry Perspectives: Why Pay-As-You-Go Internet Pricing Calls for Careful Consideration

ISP's are considering a return to usage-based internet pricing. Here's a look at the pros and cons.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Sep 2010

Commentary: Some Data Packets are more Equal Than Others

The debates over net neutrality show a misunderstanding of fundamental characteristics of how traffic moves on the internet.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Aug 2010

Blinkx Gains 500,000 Clips with Internet Video Archive Partnership

Agreement brings wealth of entertainment clips to leading video search site.
Featured News, Posted 17 Aug 2010

Brightcove and Akamai Partner, Deliver One-Stop Solution for Global HD

Brightcove's customers will soon have seamless access to Akamai's HD Network
Featured News, Posted 11 Aug 2010

Adobe Introduces Flash Media Playback

Web-based tool makes it easy for beginners to add videos to their sites and blogs.
Featured News, Posted 29 Jul 2010

Wowza and SIDSA Partnership Makes Streaming TV Easier for Broadcasters

Product integration will let customers deliver audio and video to new markets.
Featured News, Posted 20 Jul 2010

CDN Pricing Stabilizing, On Pace for 25% Drop in 2010

Data from the first quarter of 2010 shows CDN pricing continues to decline, though not nearly as steeply as it did in 2009
Featured News, Posted 22 Jun 2010

Case Study: Streaming with a Bang

When CERN collided the Large Hadron Collider's beams in March 2010, more than 700,000 people watched it live on their computers or mobile devices.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jun 2010

Miniweb Partners with Brightcove, Brings Video to Connected TVs

Partnership brings new possibilities for media creators looking for viewers.
Featured News, Posted 03 Jun 2010
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