Streaming Media
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Autumn 2014
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May 13, 2010

Featured Articles
The Economics of Live Events
The advent of the 21st century's second decade offers the opportunity to look back to gauge the newsmakers and news breakers of 2000-2009. In the streaming world, where we're now into the 14th year, the pace of innovation means that new technologies are being tried, and old technologies are being retested-some for the third or fourth time, depending on the corporate and individual memories of these technologies and on previous business execution attempts.
The 2010 Streaming Media Dream Team
Since last year's Streaming Media Dream Team marked our first attempt to honour the leading lights in the world of online video and audio, we cast our net both wide and deep. So it was no surprise, really, that many of the names on the list were, well, no surprise.
Back to Basics: Hardware Acceleration
As more and more high-definition (HD) content is acquired, edited, and pushed out to the web, mobile, devices and set-top boxes, the demand for a higher-quality user experience is rapidly followed by a need for hardware acceleration. But what exactly is hardware acceleration?
Featured News
Octasic Moves Transcoding to the Core
Low-power, clockless DSP at heart of system claiming to be twice as inexpensive as x86 transcoding solutions.
Industry News
Combination Will Create Global Leader in Video Infrastructure for Media Companies
Exceeds 65 Million Annual Visits and 20 Million Monthly Film Views
 
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