Adaptive Streaming – New Approaches For Cable Ip Video Delivery (2010)

By John Ulm, Tom du Breuil, Gary Hughes, Sean McCarthy, Motorola Corp., Home & Mobility

Adaptive Bit Rate Streaming is a technology being deployed to deliver IP video to personal computers and mobile devices over the internet. This paper provides a tutorial on this technology and its application in Cable IP Video delivery systems.

We will explore the impact of Adaptive Bit Rate Streaming on topics such On Demand unicast services & Linear TV multicast services; transcoding; unmanaged home networks; Ad insertion; impacts on CDN; video bandwidth efficiencies and Migration Strategies.

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