Setup Live Streaming Events with Low Latency for Global Reach [A Deep Dive]by@ashely-john
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Setup Live Streaming Events with Low Latency for Global Reach [A Deep Dive]

by Ashely John9mJanuary 7th, 2020
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The revenue generated in video streaming is expected to hit $25,894m in 2020. As live streaming happens in real-time, it is important to maintain a low latency throughout your live streams. The higher the latency of your live streaming, the worse the viewing experience is. The farther your audience is from the servers, the longer it takes for the live streams to reach them. A content distribution network or CDN helps with this. We will be discussing CDN's in the upcoming section.

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