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nanoCDN Could Change Live Multi-Screen Economics (Videonet)

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Broadpeak’s nanoCDN solution will be launched commercially early this year, giving telcos and cable operators the opportunity to reduce bandwidth consumption and simultaneously increase the QoE for customers watching live streaming video on...

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"Revolutionary" nanoCDN or P2P reMarketing?

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Broadpeak, a leading provider of content delivery networks (CDN) and video-on-demand (VOD) servers for cable, IPTV, OTT, and hybrid TV operators worldwide, today launched nanoCDN, a revolutionary CDN technology that leverages home networks to dramatically reduce infrastructure investments for operators and enable them to more efficiently deliver high-quality video services to end users. The first application of nanoCDN will be used for live OTT video delivery, with more applications to be supported in the future. Broadpeak will showcase nanoCDN for the first time at IBC2012 in Amsterdam.

 

nanoCDN improves the scalability of live OTT TV content by effectively managing video consumption peaks that are not supported by the network infrastructure. Utilizing nanoCDN, cable and telecom operators can cost-effectively deliver high-quality, live OTT video services to millions of simultaneous viewers using only a few megabits per second from the operator network. nanoCDN can seamlessly be integrated with any existing video headend. Completely transparent to end users, the cost-effective solution does not require a dedicated client and is compatible with any DRM system.

 

Product information : http://www.broadpeak.tv/en/technologies/nanocdn-25.php


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Nicolas Weil's comment, September 25, 2012 10:45 AM
Jacques Le Mancq (CEO) m'a confirmé aujourd'hui qu'il n'y a aucune technologie P2P utilisée dans la version actuelle, c'est bien du multicasting. Je pense que l'avantage principal de cette solution par rapport à du caching traditionnel de flux live est qu'elle nécessite beaucoup moins d'investissement en hardware/management (les X niveaux de caches à setuper et à gérer/scaler) puisque mettant à contribution les gateways. Inversement c'est aussi un désavantage puisqu'il faut upgrader les gateways, ce qui peut être long et laborieux, surtout si plusieurs générations de en sont déployées. Mais le client nanoCDN étant royaltee-free, le jeu de transformer la GW en relai CDN en vaut certainement la chandelle d'un point de vue économique...
SnoiD's comment, September 25, 2012 7:16 PM
Bon et bien mon intuition était fausse :)

Merci pour cette recherche approfondie très intéressante. Donc on retombe sur ce que tu disais au départ uniquement "live", VOD trop compliquée.
Nicolas Weil's comment, September 25, 2012 11:55 PM
Infos complémentaires sur le transparent caching (http://goo.gl/fvRzr) dans les commentaires : le prix des équipements est élevé (il est souvent plus économique d'acheter plus de peering vers L3), et surtout un argument de choc dans le dernier commentaire... "This (transparent caching) doesn't address the last mile which is the real bottleneck for cable, DSL, and wireless (all flavors including satellite) customers."