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SVA introduces Open Caching requirements, guidelines

Thursday 26 May 2016 | 11:21 CET | News
The Streaming Video Alliance (SVA) has publicly released the Open Caching Systems Functional Requirements and QoE Industry Guidelines, in order to ensure that all members are in agreement on terms and metrics for streaming video quality. The requirements and guidelines will help define new industry architectures and contribute to building best practices across the streaming video ecosystem.

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