Food for thought
The other day, I went to the café to grab my lunch and notice something that got me thinking of an IT problem we’re going to see more and more.
I’m not a soccer sport fan but of course I am aware of the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ event that is happening.
Anyways, I saw a guy watching a live stream of the game between Iran and Nigeria on his mobile device and it got me thinking “I wonder how much bandwidth this thing is taking?”
All major sports event like the Superbowl, World Cup, NBA Finals, PGA tour, Olympics, etc. are streaming LIVE games and many people around the globe are watching the World Cup during business hours as its always 9 to 5 somewhere. Read More »
Tags: application experience, AVC, bandwidth, IWAN, mpls, online streaming, optimization, PfR, video, world cup
By Kayvon Siadat, Guest Columnist
The addition of online streaming content has helped KSCU 103.3, Santa Clara University’s non-profit, volunteer run radio station, tremendously. Before the radio station had this technology our listenership was limited to however far our radio signal would go, which is, give or take 30 miles in any direction.
Now with advances in technology we are able to deliver our content to anyone in the world at any time. Currently, a big portion of our listeners use our online audio stream (computer, smart phone, etc.) and because of that we are able to bring local content to a much bigger scale now.
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Tags: KSCU, online streaming, radio, service adoption, vni, VNI-SA