Content Delivery Whitepapers
This whitepaper explores why the latest mobile telecommunications technologies are a perfect partner for digital terrestrial transmission (DTT) and how they can put it on a new and significant growth path.
This whitepaper explores the visual cloud and its potential to more effectively balance cost and deployment efficiency while achieving exceptional performance.
This whitepaper explores how to overcome the challenges of extreme weather conditions and infrastructure changes that threaten to disrupt the transmission of gap filler networks.
This whitepaper introduces a choice of latency reduction options— including ongoing support for Flash and small chunk streaming for HLS/DASH. As organisations seek to adopt live video for time-critical use cases, latency has emerged as a significant challenge.
This whitepaper explores the idea that, as new technologies emerge, everything from virtual and mixed reality to artificial intelligence, will need IP.
More video providers are embracing download-to-go applications. Here’s why.
This annual report explores inside notes on digital viewing, consumer shifts and more.
This whitepaper explores how delivering the right video content drives exceptional customer service and revenue.
This whitepaper explores Akamai’s partnership with Wuaki tv to deliver an exceptional viewer experience resulting in a significant increase in revenue and customer satisfaction.
This whitepaper will explore the ideas behind a cognitive future for media and entertainment.
This brief addresses the need for media, entertainment and advertising providers to meet rising consumption demand.
This whitepaper explores how media, entertainment and advertising providers are plugged into a digital media ecosystem.
This paper explains a multi-CDN strategy and how Limelight always puts the customer experience first.
Virtualisation can offer many benefits for a playout centre. But consider carefully all of the factors before making a decision to move forward.
This whitepaper presents results from a study into how broadcast service providers identify and purchase from technology vendors.