A Look at The Future of Content Delivery Without Flash

Content delivery networks (CDNs) have to stay one step ahead as Flash falls out of fashion and viewers are demanding better video viewing experiences than ever before. That means a move to HTML5 delivery, and emphasis on live video—to serve the growing interactive live streaming use cases where every second counts. The benefits of live streaming video are countless. Learn why enterprise streaming professionals need to develop a strategy for transitioning away from Flash in favor of a robust content delivery strategy. Unified video players are the next step in the evolution of video delivery products designed to meet the needs of organizations with plans to transition away from Flash, while remaining the most secure option for companies significantly invested in IP multicasting. Unified players allow users to have complete control over delivery to their audiences as they transition away from Flash. Many enterprises need the flexibility to deliver a plugin-free HTML5 video experience to segments of their audience while at the same time maintaining the ability to use Flash in other areas of their networks. In addition, find out why an agnostic content delivery strategy is a must for live streaming inside the enterprise. This webinar will bring you up to date on the cutting edge of content delivery, with a focus on the following topics:

  • Why enterprise streaming professionals need to develop a strategy for transitioning away from Flash
  • From Flash-free to plugin-free: live encoding and playback on any device
  • Interactive live streaming: Live video and audio has turned away from broadcast towards two-way or multi-directional communication
  • Why an agnostic content delivery strategy is a must for live streaming inside the enterprise
  • Scalable distribution of ultra-low-latency live streams worldwide
  • The importance of utilizing solutions that can analyze the quality of the live streaming viewing experience