As broadcasters migrate towards IP networks for video transport, many systems are being phased out in favor of products that offer interoperability based on standards.
With the rapid growth of Ethernet connectivity and applications within modern broadcast and studio facilities, it is inevitable that networks will need connection speeds beyond 10 Gbps.
Every broadcaster knows how important precise timing is for coordinating the actions of video cameras, servers, routers, displays, compression systems and wide range of other equipment.
All TCP transfers must be acknowledged by the receiver, to indicate that the correct number of bytes have been received without error.
New technologies are emerging that have the bandwidth capacity to handle these jumbo-size bit streams
Part of what is holding broadcasters back from using Ethernet as a universal platform is the unpredictable nature of packet-based networks.
Small IPTV systems using today's technology can be installed with a reasonable up-front cost, and deployed over existing IP networks
In a perfect world, systems that are used to deliver video content to viewers could simply be installed once and left to run continuously without human intervention.
Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP provides a common, standards-based methodology for delivering video and audio content over a wide variety of IP networks.
During World IPv6 Day, many large website providers such as Google, Facebook and Yahoo! are enabling IPv6 capabilities on their main websites for a 24-hour period.
What's needed is another way to construct a stream that can better withstand data losses and still produce a video output that is acceptable to viewers.
Large enterprises often find that administering a single, centralized directory for all users is easier than creating accounts and passwords for each user on every server and application.
Data tunnels that are constructed through the public Internet that allow secure video and data transport.
Having the support of the dominant online video providers is obviously a big plus for market penetration, but Flash has a number of technical benefits as well.
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