Ustream’s SD-CDN Could Be A Bandwidth Exchange For Live Broadcasters
Ustream has developed a reputation for its ability to host some of the world’s largest streaming events via its HD broadcast video platform. In 2015, Ustream created a unique solution that is the result of seven years of development—a technology called Software-defined CDN or SD-CDN. If Ustream takes what it has built and offers it as a stand-alone service, customers would then be able to buy live delivery services from a bandwidth exchange. This would be a game changer, as there is, at present, no easy way for large content owners to buy from multiple CDNs without signing individual contracts with each CDN.
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