Name
Enabling Open Caching for Last-Mile Delivery
Date & Time
Monday, October 24, 2022, 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Sanjay Mishra ErinRose Widner
Description

Audience: Content providers, CDN providers and streaming technologists


Subscriptions for video-on-demand services (SVOD) have now surpassed pay-TV subscriptions. Due to this new viewing trend, combined with the expectation of having a quality experience that is the same if not better than broadcast, the end-to-end infrastructure to support video delivery (particularly for SVOD) has evolved. To render an Internet-video streaming experience that is equivalent (or better) to broadcast-TV, a video delivery ecosystem is required that does not impose a latency penalty to the viewer along  with providing a last-mile that is capable of delivering video stream quality on par with standard video or a High Definition video including ultra-high definition (4K and 8K).


Top 3 take-away:


• Minimizes spinning wheel experience for a subscription video-on-demand viewer


• Maximizes opportunity for content providers to retain and attract subscribers


• Demonstrates improvements in both latency and video quality

Location Name
Salon 1
Take-Aways from this Presentation
Examining last mile delivery of Internet enabled streaming services and showcasing improvements recorded when delivering content via the ISP hosted caching technology. Demonstrate improvements in both latency and higher bit-rates (video quality) when compared to traditional streaming delivery Key take-away: - Minimizes spinning wheel experience for a subscription video-on-demand viewer - Maximizes opportunity for content providers to retain and attract subscribers - Demonstrate improvements in both latency and video quality