Cloud and edge solutions provider, G-Core Labs, introduced its own streaming platform. The new service is a unique turnkey solution for live video and video-on-demand streaming to stream video in Full HD and 4K quality to any device. It provides video streaming with a delay of up to 4 seconds, that can be sent sent to an audience of more than 100 million viewers.
1 second delivery time with the premium
G-Core also announced that the premium platform service with WebRTC technology minimizes the video stream delivery time to 1 second. Users don’t need transcoding servers, CDNs, or broadcasting engineers, everything needed for the video stream can be set up from the account or via API.
The platform supports adaptive bitrate streaming up to 4K, multiple ad modes, and an Anti Adblock function, as well as 360° and 3D video formats. It also allows 4-hour recordings and rewind live TV. The G-Core Labs streaming platform is already used by several large European media holdings, banks, retailers, and video game developers. Alexey Petrovskikh, head of G-Core Labs streaming platform department, G-Core Labs said,
“G-Core Labs has been developing its video streaming business since 2018. With the new streaming platform that replaces the previous version of the product, we focus on three core features that are important to our customers. The first is to ensure the lowest latency in video delivery. Compared to the previous version of the platform, we have reduced the latency from 10 to 1–4 seconds, which is almost 10 times less for ultra-low-latency streaming and 2.5 times less for low-latency. This is a big step forward. We use advanced technology to minimize the video stream delivery time, such as Chunked CMAF, HTTP CTE, Low Latency HLS, WebRTC, SRT, and Low Latency CDN. Another important feature is providing streamlined support for all stages of broadcasting from capturing and converting a video stream to its playback. Our streaming platform provides all the tools you need, including transcoding, cloud storage, a content delivery network, and a cross-platform HTML5 player.”
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