The Challenges with Ultra-Low Latency Delivery for Real-Time Applications

The Challenges with Ultra-Low Latency Delivery for Real-Time Applications

New vendors in the Market are Taking Products from the Private Networking Space and Using it to Solve Problems with the Public Internet

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28-Sep-2018
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North America
Research Code: 9849-00-7D-00-00
SKU: EM00307-NA-MR_22348

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For the past 20 years, CDNs have dominated the content delivery space when it comes to delivering video on the Internet. Third-party CDNs focus on layers 4-7 in the OSI stack which includes things such as caching and TCP protocol optimization. For ultra-low latency applications, layers 4-7 do not help, which is why many CDNs are looking at other technologies to assist them with delivering video with only a few hundred milliseconds of delay. For the delivery of real-time applications, there is a debate as to whether a private core with optimal routing on layers 2-3 is needed to truly succeed with low-latency delivery.

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For the past 20 years, CDNs have dominated the content delivery space when it comes to delivering video on the Internet. Third-party CDNs focus on layers 4-7 in the OSI stack which includes things such as caching and TCP protocol optimization. For ultra-low latency applications, layers 4-7 do not help, which is why many CDNs are looking at other technologies to assist them with delivering video with only a few hundred milliseconds of delay. For the delivery of real-time applications, there is a debate as to whether a private core with optimal routing on layers 2-3 is needed to truly succeed with low-latency delivery.
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Author Dan Rayburn
Industries Entertainment and Media
WIP Number 9849-00-7D-00-00
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9523-D1,9705-C1,9849-70,9A3C-D1,9A3D-D1,9B07-C1