November 28, 2013 in Business (F)
[prMac.com] Gurgaon, India - Wowza Media Server is accounted for streaming of live and on-demand video, audio and RIAs(rich internet applications) over public and private IP networks to desktop, laptop and tablet computers, mobile devices, IPTV set-top boxes, internet-connected TV sets, and other network connected devices. Wowza Media Server can stream to multiple types of playback clients and devices simultaneously.
What Wowza Media Server Offers??
Wowza media server does Video Streaming which supports protocols for Adobe(R) Flash(R), Apple iPhone(R), iPad(R), Microsoft(R) Silverlight(R), Apple Quicktime, Android, BlackBerry(R) and other 3GPP platforms, IPTV and game consoles. It is also known as Unified Media Server.
Wowza media server delivers high performance to service providers, enterprises and organisations that aims to deliver videos on desktops and mobiles.
Wowza 3.0 provides Live video and video on demand streaming services. Streaming with Wowza Media Server, live H.264 video streaming will be done with RTSP/RTP encoders and live H.264 streaming with MPEG-TS encoders.
The most interesting and vital feature of wowza streaming is Content Security. At a given time it only allows a small amount of video content in memory thereby making your content highly secured. Streaming with Wowza also preserves bandwidth making its list of features even more alluring.
Our Wowza 3.0 Development team will combine their professional experience with technical expertise to provide quality constrained services to you. We provide high performance media server services globally in enterprises, advertising, entertainment and internet commerce domains.
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