Erstream Showcases Ultra Low Latency Streaming, DAION and Anti Fraud Solutions
Global CDN and streaming solutions company Erstream will attend SportsPro OTT Summit which will take place in November 28–29 in Madrid. Bringing together sports broadcasters, rights holders, content distributors, social media platforms and technology providers in the OTT business, the event will host 40 sessions of inspirational presentations, speeches and conferences in two days with the theme “Live, Direct and Digital: The New Broadcast Reality”.
With strong experience in sports events streaming business, Erstream selected Ultra Low Latency streaming solution, Dynamic Ad Insertion and Social Clipper Platform DAION and Anti Fraud features to showcase during SportsPro OTT Summit.
Why Ultra Low Latency is important?
For most streaming scenarios for linear TV channels, the typical delay around 30 – 45 seconds is not very problematic. But especially for sports events, even a little delay would bother the audience. Imagine you are watching your team in a very important game, you would not want to hear your neighbors celebrating the score or cheering for a positon before you see it. With Ultra Low Latency streaming solution, Erstream can provide premium live events delivery with less than 2 seconds latency.
How sports broadcasters can benefit from DAION?
Having ultra fast Catch Up TV operation is another very important service for sports broadcasters as faster air time for goal clips on their OTT platforms, simply means more revenue. DAION offers auto-detect capability for commercial slots in live streams, automatic content generation via API and supports unmanned video operations. Broadcasters can have the privilige of sharing or publishing their content under 1 minute operational time on social platforms such as Youtube, Twitter, Facebook or their own OTT services with DAION Social.
For more information and the demos, visit Erstream at SportsPro OTT Summit.
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