Multiple Solutions for Low-Latency Live Video Streaming

| May 27, 2016

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Delivering low latency live streams is essential for live sports, online gaming and just about anyone who wants to offer a great online video experience. In this blog I’ll address innovative ways that Limelight is solving this problem now and will in the near future. To take a close look at the importance here, check out this blog where I discussed the business drivers for complementing live TV sports broadcasts with live streaming, and the challenges presented in delivering live streams with low latency so that viewers can experience the event in near real- time.

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