Superlumin upgrades video delivery network
Superlumin, a Stratacache company, recently launched NitroCast 4.1, a video delivery network. The network is built to improve live streaming and reduce bandwidth consumption, according to a press release.
NitroCast 4.1 comes with object level positioning and control, as well as progressive downloading and improved adapted streaming. Features include:
- Uses HTTPS caching.
- Available on a variety of server sizes.
- Built on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 12 SP2 operating system.
"SuperLumin's NitroCast software has been designed and implemented from the ground up with performance and scalability in mind, and is optimized for video caching of both secure and non-secure sites. Our users will see an immediate impact in the quality of the experience with accelerated response times and more devices accessing content simultaneously, without slowing down the network," Hashem Ebrahimi, co-founder and senior vice president sales engineering at SuperLumin, said in the release.