Saguna and Jet-Stream partner for mobile CDNs
Saguna Networks and Jet-Stream Collaborate on the Delivery of Federated CDN Solutions for Mobile Networks
Joint solution allows mobile operators to monetize content delivery
for best available viewing experience
Nesher, Israel and Groningen, The Netherlands (Januari 23, 2012) –Saguna Networks, an innovative provider of Radio Access Network (RAN) application acceleration and mobile content delivery on HSPA and LTE networks, andJet-Stream, the award-winning market leader in Content Delivery Network (CDN) technologies and intelligence, today announced strategic collaboration between the two companies on the delivery of federated Content Delivery Network solutions for mobile networks...
Xstream and Jet-Stream strategic partnership
Groningen - Copenhagen January 19th 2012
Xstream and Jet-Stream - creating added value to clients
Xstream, the leading provider of streaming services and online video platforms for OTT, telco’s, broadcasters and media companies and Jet-Stream, the leading provider of next-generation Content Delivery Network (CDN) technologies, today announced that they have formed a strategic partnership. By combining two highly reliable and trustworthy technologies, the partnership gives the companies the opportunity of offering and create added value to their clients worldwide.
2012-01-16 00:00:00 | news
CDN Asia and Mobile World Congress
Do you want a demo of our next generation technologies? Come to CDN Asia in Hong Kong.
Do you want to meet the Jet-Stream team? Come to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona!
2012-01-03 00:00:00 | news
Jet-Stream is hiring
Are you looking for a new move in your career? The CDN space is the most exciting space in broadcasting and telecoms, where both industries meet. We help broadcasters deliver their content without being locked into IPTV or cable networks. We help telecom operators scale and offer multi-screen and wholesale broadcasting services. We are revolutionizing broadcasting as we speak. Join our revolution and apply to our positions here
Only 18% Using Adaptive Streaming
Mobile cloud computing company Skyfire has released a report finding that out of the top 100 global video websites, only 18 percent currently use adaptive bit rate (ABR) technologies for streaming.
Adaptive bit rate is theorized to ease congestion by switching down in quality depending on network conditions and device feedback. But in reality adaptive bit rate increases the network load since it can aggressively scale up to much higher bit rates and flood mobile and fixed networks.
Adaptive bit rate streaming is not new. For over ten years, RealNetworks and Microsoft have offered multiple bit rate streaming that adapted to the clients bandwidth. What differentiates todays adaptive bit rate streaming is that it is not a fluent stream but a burst of downloaded video chunks, allowing the technology to be more aggressive in upscaling and downscaling quality.