2010-05-12 00:00:00 | Uncategorized

The Pope, live from Fatima

The Shrine of Fatima broadcasts their shrine 24/7 on the web via our StreamZilla CDN. Their live stream generates dozens TeraBytes per month. Every year in May, their largest event attracts ten thousands of pelgrims, also via the web, generating a huge traffic spike. This year is extra special: Pope Benedict XVI is present. See the webcast here: http://www.santuario-fatima.pt/portal/index.php?id=14924

 

2010-05-07 00:00:00 | Business

Free conference pass for Content Delivery summit

Jet Stream is silver sponsor of the Content Delivery summit 2010 this Monday in New York.

I have one ticket left (value $595) and will give it away for free to one of my readers.

Convince me why you should be the one to win this ticket and we will meet in person in New York in three days…

p.s. next week we will release a CDN telco strategy white paper. A must-read for telco management, writers and industry analysts. More about this in an upcoming post.
 

 

2010-05-06 00:00:00 | Marketing

Meet at NAB 2010, Las Vegas

Are you attending NAB in Las Vegas next week?

Let’s meet and discuss the CDN industry, your plans and our solutions. Learn why the Jet Stream VDO-X suite is the widest used CDN technology on the market.

To make an appointment, please contact office@jet-stream.nl?subject=NABmeeting

Check out what Destination Broadband and the Broader casting Conference has to offer in 2010 and discover the latest trends and gadgets in broadband technology.

Destination Broadband: http://ow.ly/14hgA
Broader-casting Conference: http://ow.ly/15xCv

Free NAB Access!

Oh, and just because you are reading my blog, I’m giving out a code for FREE ACCESS to the exhibit floor at the show. This free Exhibits Only pass includes:

- Access to the Opening Keynote and State of the Industry Address
- Info Sessions
- Content Theater & Destination Broadband Theater

Visit http://ow.ly/13TL9 to redeem or register at http://nabshow.com/register with the code A913
 

 

2010-05-01 00:00:00 | Technology Trends

H.264 vs OGG theora

Back in 1993 when I started experimenting with video on the web, there were a number of available video formats: MPEG, AVI and QuickTime. These codecs were optimized for NTSC/PAL encoding and playback from hard drives and CD’s. But they were horrible for the (dial-up) web. Way too large.

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2010-04-27 00:00:00 | Marketing Business

Meet in New York, May 10

Meet in New York: Content Delivery Summit 2010

Jet Stream is silver sponsor of the 2010 Content Delivery Summit, May 10, Hilton New York.

Let’s meet and discuss your challenges and opportunities in the telco / CDN space.

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