Fastly introduces streaming media content delivery service

Wednesday 23 October 2013 | 11:12 CET | News
Real-time content delivery network Fastly has launched a streaming media content delivery service. The CDN startup is taking its expertise in small files to handle a large portion of video streams, especially to mobile devices, Gigaom reports. Fastly customers point their media content at a Fastly server, and then Fastly serves streams, handling the trandscoding and adaptive bit rate streaming for the customer. Fastly believes it can deliver the content more adaptively, adjusting the bit rate every 1 second instead of 10, and it can start live video faster, taking 10 seconds or less before it

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Fastly
Countries: World
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