By: Denise Iverson, VP of Sales & Marketing The end is near. In about a year, Adobe, Microsoft and Cisco will retire their beloved multicast solutions. But don’t let these changes break your heart—or your video network. Multicast is easy to love. The one-to-many protocol reduces network traffic by delivering a single stream of video, […]
Microsoft recently announced the addition of live events in Stream, a new capability that lets Office 365 users broadcast highly-produced, studio-quality events to viewers on Stream, Teams and Yammer. With the announcement, Microsoft encouraged customers to scale video delivery by exploring SDN/eCDN options to optimize video traffic on the corporate network. AltitudeCDN™ from Ramp has […]
HTML5 is the logical successor to Flash for ubiquitous video distribution. Learn more in this video from Steve Vonder Haar at Wainhouse Research.
Ramp is well positioned in Enterprise Video as a key eCDN supplier and natural companion for the Platforms offered by the other providers featured in the Globe
Successfully getting video to remote locations is a common problem we see, especially in industries such as financial services, retail, manufacturing and healthcare. These organizations typically have a segment of the population with great connectivity at headquarters and major office locations. Then they have a number of remote locations with limited or poor connectivity. […]
AltitudeCDN 2.1 is the Q2 2018 release for our highly-sought eCDN platform, featuring enhancements to our intelligent caching solution, OmniCache™, and the industry’s only multicast solution for HTML5 video, Multicast+.
Streaming video is usually ushered into the enterprise by the departments responsible for large-scale communications—marketing and communications, learning and development, human resources and compliance, etc. With cloud-based streaming services readily available on a subscription basis, the need to include IT in purchasing decisions is not always obvious. Until…the first major broadcast occurs and employees report […]
Each year, Wainhouse Research conducts a comprehensive survey to monitor trends in enterprise streaming video. The survey captures quantitative data about usage and deployment as well as attitudes about the technology and services used for streaming and webcasting. The latest results from IT respondents once again reveal the majority of organizations, more than 70%, have […]
The new era of video delivery During its prime, Flash led the way for web-based video streaming by working broadly across browsers. Over time though, browser support for Flash has diminished and ongoing security concerns make it unattractive to most enterprises. With the introduction of new standards for HTML5 video, an industry shift to modern […]