Streaming Media Industry Directory (Sourcebook)
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Cisco is the longstanding market leading supplier of video entertainment solutions for service providers. We are totally committed to helping our service provider partners deliver transformational video service. Cisco is unique in having the scale, resources and breadth of vision to deliver differentiated solutions to our service provider partners.

The Videoscape Unity platform integrates Cisco cloud and network capabilities with an award-winning user experience and robust content protection. Leveraging Cisco ability to customize and integrate these components to clients’ specific needs, Videoscape Unity empowers service providers in all markets. It ensures they can create and connect new synchronized, personalized, and intuitive multiscreen experiences - at the speed of now.

 

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BBC Pioneers Live IP Production in Ultra HD: The Workflow
Building on a research trial during the World Cup, the BBC will use the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow to trial what it calls the world's first live Ultra HD production and transmission entirely in IP
Streaming Forum 14: MPEG-DASH Is the ‘Young Turk’ of Online Video
The promising format is already splintering. Cisco, Akamai, the BBC, and Qualcomm offer hope for a standardized, unified approach.
Streaming Forum Preview: Talking MPEG-DASH for Broadcast Content and Ultra HD
Two sessions at this year's Streaming Forum will focus exclusively and extensively on how MPEG-DASH will affect the future of video delivery
Streaming Forum Preview: Next Generation Content Delivery Architectures
Think that HTTP distribution is the end of the road for content delivery networks? Think again. This panel at Streaming Forum will explore how content delivery is changing, right down to the network infrastructure.
Brazil, the World Cup, and the Olympics: Ready or Not?
With the Sochi games winding down, all eyes turn to Brazil for the next two global sporting events, this year's World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics. Are mobile networks in Brazil ready for the traffic that's bound to come from all the live video being generated from those events?

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