Media - Making videos stream faster, media applications high performing, and improving storage scalability
Why load balancing will be a key (albeit hidden) component of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee
The focus will very much be on re-living all that's happened to the royal family in those 70 years. But that means digging deep into the media archives...
Why Chris Moyles' nod to load balancing makes him an official #ADCHero!
On May 11th 2022, I was listening to the awesome Chris Moyles Show, on Radio when a site they were using crashed while they were on air.
Achieving unrivaled performance with media and video streaming on demand
For the uninitiated, layer 4 DR mode is a high performance load balancing method available on our appliances. It works by having all response traffic flow from the servers straight back to the clients.
Five ways 5G will transform the world
Thanks to the revolutionary potential of the fifth-generation cellular network, (which, once completed, should be at least 10 times faster than 4G LTE), instead of taking five minutes to download a movie on Netflix, it'll be ready to watch in just 30 seconds.
Why Netflix, Amazon, YouTube and PlayStation reducing their traffic won’t save the Internet
Netflix, YouTube, Amazon, Disney and Apple recently began streaming content at lower bit rates - but is it actually improving performance or just good PR?
Loadbalancer.org helps mymovies deliver a secure, reliable video content service to worldwide media organizations
Many of the world's leading media and entertainment businesses rely on mymovies to produce and deliver high-quality video content to enhance their film, TV and broadcast products and services.
IBC 2017 — load balancing broadcast media applications
In previous years I have attended as an exhibitor. I've always been aware of the size but have never traversed the various halls and walkways to chat to people. Being one of Loadbalancer.org's strengths, I focused my attention on vendors with asset management products.
Load balancing for broadcast applications: Indestructible media delivery
Whether archiving, editing or streaming media, downtime is not an option for the broadcast industry.