Edge Cloud for Content Delivery and Interactive Volumetric Video Streaming– Experience Them Live at MWC 2022
Cisco, in collaboration with Qwilt and Unity, will showcase two demonstrations at MWC 2022 that will inspire Communications Service Providers, enterprises, and content publishers. We will demonstrate the key capabilities of the Cisco Edge Cloud for Content Delivery and learn about the exciting world of volumetric (3D) video streaming.
Brazil will experience outstanding digital streaming
Providing expansive mobile connectivity in a country with continental dimensions has its own set of challenges. A CDN based on Open Caching, however, will let TIM Brazil go beyond providing connectivity, to offer the best digital streaming experiences to all.
IBM and Cisco Make Hosting Large Virtual Events Easy
IBM—in partnership with Cisco—is offering an extended free trial of its Video Streaming platform.
Global IP Networks Focus on Sharpening Their Edge
According to the latest VNI forecast, the Service Provider networks are growing edgier.
2018 Complete VNI Forecast Update – What’s Trending?
This week, we released our annual Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) Complete Forecast, which covers global, regional, and country-level projections and trends associated with fixed and mobile networks.
Keeping Up with the Video Streaming Binge-Watchers
Video streaming services are putting new demands on Telecom and Media service providers. Developing the aggregation part of their network is crucial if they want to keep up
Video Aware Networking – A Performance in Four Acts
By taking advantage of the underlying, “video aware” network, to squeeze down latencies, we can help your IP delivery more closely align with the “gold standard” of traditional broadcast television.
Streaming Is Going Mainstream: The Upward Arc of Online Video, Driven By Consumers
Only a short time ago, consumers had limited choices for accessing professional video content. Today, a smorgasbord of options continues to multiply—from premium cable and DVDs, to online choices such as Apple, Netflix, and Hulu. Hardware options are equally dizzying, as traditional TV gives way to PCs, smartphones, and tablets. As portable devices meet the […]