Are you attending Streaming Forum at the BV Expo in London next week?
Let’s meet and discuss low latency live streaming with nanoStream products!
We will be at the Streaming Forum on February 28th. To schedule an appointment and chat about how you can build a complete live streaming solution with nanoStream, contact Oliver Lietz at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +493043032411.
Build your perfect live streaming application with nanoStream!
Test the WebRTC.live product platform for plugin-free video collaboration and broadcasting or the H5Live Player for browser-based playback of live video with latency around 1 second.
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We enjoyed discussing our newest live streaming software products and services with many interested visitors: H5Live, nanoStream, bintu.live, WebRTC.live.
Find more impressions of our booth at the IBC here.
We can now proudly announce that the patent for our low latency H5Live Player is pending!
Continue reading “New products presented at IBC 2016”
Thank you for making our visit to the IBC a success!
Our whole team enjoyed presenting our newest products, discussing with interested visitors and the beautiful weather in Amsterdam!
Integrate newest nanoStream software into your live streaming solution. Get our patented H5Live Player, our bintu.live streaming management platform, or the WebRTC.live video communication and broadcasting tools today! Read more here.
Some impressions from the booth: Continue reading “Impressions from the IBC”