October 11, 2023

Multicasting.io Shortlisted for Multiple SportsPro OTT Awards

Multicasting.io is proud to announce that we have been shortlisted for the 2023 SportsPro OTT Awards. The OTT Awards celebrates the pioneers of sports broadcasting to applaud the organizations with ground-breaking solutions and the most innovative strategies.

This award recognizes the most impactful technology companies entering the OTT industry.

This award recognizes the most innovative concept that has transformed the consumption of sports content by delivering a new experience for consumers or opening new opportunities for organizations to monetize. The innovation can be strategic, content, or technology-focused.

This award recognizes the technology-based solution which best addressed a challenge/s in the industry to deliver an improved viewing experience.

The 2023 shortlist includes a diverse mix of market-leading brands and innovative up-and-coming organizations in the sports broadcast space.

The OTT Awards celebrates the pioneers of sports broadcasting to applaud the organizations with ground-breaking solutions and the most innovative strategies.

In recent weeks, the panel of independent judges has extensively deliberated to identify the top entries.

The competition was intense among the exceptional talents of the 2023 cohort, who presented groundbreaking solutions and innovative strategies in sports broadcasting and OTT.

November 11, 2021

Multicasting Now Supports Amazon AWS Wavelength

We're excited to announce that MultiCasting now supports Amazon AWS Wavelength, enhancing the speed of our real-time video feeds even further, utilizing 5G technology. MultiCastings mobile apps and new Angular SDK have built-in configurations for choosing between AWS and AWS Wavelength enabled locations, providing venues with even more region-based flexibility. AWS Wavelength has provided our platform with an even faster, more efficient, and robust path to capturing, as well as serving on our video platform.

MultiCasting Architecture Map showing the flow of traffic through the MultiCasting API Gateway.

Using AWS Wavelength, we're able to see a 40% increase in performance, dropping the latency significantly lower than outside of Wavelength feeds. In general, MultiCasting sees latency times of 450 to 550 milliseconds, compared to just 250 to 300 MS glass to glass, utilizing Wavelength, and this is just the start. This improvement not only allows us to provide lightning-fast feeds to venues, as well as viewers but also edges the world of real-time streaming, closer to "real-time" in reality.

Latency results showing a 40% reduction in server latency speeds while within venue AWS Wavelength zone.

"We're seeing an efficiency / speed increase of 40%, dropping standard 450 to 550 millisecond times to just 250 milliseconds while using AWS Wavelength, and we think we can reduce that time even further."

Nematolah Kashanian, Founder of MultiCasting.

Technology advancements of this magnitude, are not only beneficial to MultiCasting, but help in the expansion of new technological implementations in the space. We're looking forward to expanding new functionality that will make use of these faster point-to-point speeds.

For more information, to schedule a demo, or to license, integrate, or partner with MultiCasting, click the contact link below.

April 5, 2021

Multicasting.io Joins T-Mobile 5G Immerse Accelerator Program

Multicasting.io is excited to announce we have joined the T-Mobile Accelerator Program for 5G innovation in immersive technologies. T-Mobile's guidance, support and their 5G network will provide Multicasting.io the ability to grow our technology platform, customer experience and distribution capabilities.

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