Are you curious about what types of business productions require low-latency delivery? Are you interested in learning about the quality and robustness tradeoffs associated with low-latency streaming? If so, you should watch the low-latency technology session at Voices of Video!
Oliver Lietz, nanocosmos CEO, and Jan Ozer from NETINT discussed the technology options available for low-latency streaming, including WebRTC, LL HLS/LL DASH, H5Live – our very own technology , part of nanoStream Cloud – and others, and the pros and cons of each approach. You’ll learn about high-level production, monitoring, and analytics aspects of a low-latency production and hear about the pros and cons of ASIC-based transcoding for low-latency streaming, including quality, latency, CAPEX, OPEX, and density.
Low-latency streaming technology is essential for a variety of use cases, from virtual and hybrid events to monetised content like iGaming. With low latency, audiences can enjoy a seamless, real-time experience without delays. In virtual and hybrid events, low latency is essential for interactivity, enabling presenters and audiences to engage in real-time, just as in the Future of Investment global conference. For monetised content like iGaming, low latency is critical to ensure fair gameplay and prevent latency-related issues from affecting the game’s outcome. Regardless of your specific use case, low-latency streaming technology is there to help you keep your audience engaged and coming back for more.
nanocosmos offers nanoStream Cloud, the preferred choice for many interactive use cases when it comes to ultra-low latency live streaming. We invite you to read the linked articles below if you would like to dive a bit deeper into the topic of interactive live streaming.
PRESS RELEASE: NANOCOSMOS RECEIVES AWARD FOR ITS 25TH ANNIVERSARY
ICE Landmark Awards 2023 honors nanocosmos for its contribution to the iGaming
STREAMING MEDIA AWARD
Streaming Media Innovation Award 2022 – nanoStream Cloud won
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