- November 16, 2020
- 2 minute read
Broadpeak, the provider of CDN and Keepixo, the provider of software-based solutions for Over-the-Top (OTT) Content Delivery and IPTV, announced that they have collaborated to integrate Broadpeak’s nanoCDN multicast Adaptive-Bitrate solution with Keepixo’s AL2000-UHD encoder to enable scalable delivery of 4K Live HTTP Television. The combination of AL2000-UHD’s multi-profile encoders coupled with Broadpeak’s nanoCDN technology helps create a scalable solution that enables OTT service providers in deploying live 4K services on multiple screens. The solution is cost-effective and allows content publishers to provide extremely high quality streams to their viewers without posing bandwidth challenges to the OTT service providers.
Read more at: Broadpeak
CDNetworks, the global provider of Content Delivery Network, announced that APO, the only press release newswire in Africa, is leveraging its CDN solution and various other optimization services, to improve the performance of its press release distribution platform www.Africa-Newsroom.com. APO started using CDNetworks’ solutions to cache its static content locally and also improve performance of its dynamic content, it observed a significant improvement in performance for its end users and the Time to First Byte (TTFB) reduced from 133ms to 7ms. The rich media includes photos, videos and other multimedia content that is now available to to journalists around the world at a much better speed because of CDNetworks’ global network.
Full report at: CDNetworks
Verizon Digital Media Services, the provider of CDN and cloud services, announced that it's expanding its network presence into all AMS-IX Internet Exchanges which are located in places that already have a Verizon Digital Media’s market presence, and this initiative will expand the Company’s peering capabilities many-fold. Verizon Digital Media Services mentioned that the company already connected into AMS-IX’s Amsterdam facility and viewing at the strategic benefits and improved network connectivity it will now connect into all the other global locations starting with AMS-IX Hong Kong.
More details at: Verizon
AT&T revealed further elements of its plan to expand and innovate its US mobile network; the wireless service provider is on track to test fixed broadband services using spectrum in the 15 GHz band and pre-5G technology this summer. It plans on adding 28 GHz band spectrum to its tests later this year, which are expected to have a mobility component in early 2017. Although the specifications and standards for 5G have yet to set (they are expected to be released by 3GPP in 2018), AT&T mentioned that it was important to conduct early testing of 5G components in order to gain familiarity with the technology and smooth the network’s transition into a 5G later down the line. Enhanced broadband wireless constitutes the first use case of the pre-5G standard technology. AT&T also spoke about re-architecting LTE in order to build a network capable of handling millions of connected devices (M2M connections) within a smart city, including connected cars, parking meters, and mobile healthcare services, which rely on extremely low power and low latency networks of less than one millisecond in the air interface.
Read more at: Wireless Mag
Hibernia Networks, the provider of global, high speed telecommunications solutions, today announces that Transtelco, a telecommunications services provider that owns and operates long-haul and metropolitan fiber networks in the Southern United States and Mexico, has selected Hibernia Networks to provide additional capacity for their IP backbone network. The global geography of Hibernia Networks’ footprint has enabled Transtelco to augment its service offering for IP transit and low latency, Ethernet-based services to better support the needs of its customers. Demand for services has rapidly grown among customers in markets served by Transtelco. The service provider operates with a unique facilities-based network on both sides of the United States’ and Mexican border, providing customers with a comprehensive suite of carrier and enterprise services for cross-border and domestic communications. Hibernia Networks offers a congestion-free, scalable IP network that runs on its IP backbone connecting over 220 points-of-presence worldwide. Internet Service Providers, content providers and enterprise customers alike rely on Hibernia Networks for carrier-grade Internet Transit services to deliver high performance and scalable IP connectivity.
Full report at: Hibernia Networks