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  • World Cup Qatar 2022 provides boost to pay-TV traffic
    Daily News

    World Cup Qatar 2022 provides boost to pay-TV traffic


    Pay-TV providers experienced unprecedented traffic demand on their video networks, driven by strong consumer interest in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 according to content delivery software and service provider Velocix.

  • Demo-Sex, lies and video tapes- The truth behind your CDN logs

    Demo: Sex, lies and video tapes: The truth behind your CDN logs


    IBC2022: In the ever more competitive OTT market, high latency, buffering, and downtime don’t just lead to increase customer churn but can result in ruined relationships with viewers forever. Many OTT providers consider that having their own CDN infrastructure, whether it’s built in-house or by a third-party provider, enables them ...

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    Daily News

    CDN Broker from Velocix adds dynamic rules


    Video streaming and ad tech supplier Velocix will highlight its latest SaaS content delivery applications, including a new CDN Broker product that dynamically routes video streams over public and private CDNs based on configurable business rules.

  • Content delivery
    Industry Trends

    Evolving CDN strategies to satisfy the “content consumption boom”


    Increased investment in content delivery, including multi-CDNs and open caching, remains among the most noticeable of all broadcast industry trends.

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    Intel: Intelligent Ad Insertion

    2020-09-04T10:20:00Z Brought to you by

    IBC Showcase: Using Intel AI-based technology, Content Delivery Network and Over-The-Top media providers can determine what ads are most relevant to their viewers based on objects detected in the scene. This provides the opportunity for increased revenue with ads that have higher retention and impact by targeting what the viewer ...

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    Industry Trends

    CDNs: To build or not to build?


    One of the big questions broadcasters must answer is whether or not to opt for a commercial CDN or create their own private network.