Net Insight Integrates with Ericsson UDN for OTT Live Streaming Delivery

Net Insight Integrates with Ericsson UDN for OTT Live Streaming Delivery Image Credit: Ericsson

Ericsson has partnered with Net Insight for use with Ericsson’s Unified Delivery Network (UDN), a content distribution service that supports low-latency, live content delivery.

Sye solution from Net Insight – a leading provider of live streaming, media transport and resource scheduling – is specifically designed to harmonize the viewing experience during live streaming events, ensuring everyone sees the same content at the same time. 

Through the cooperation, Sye will be integrated in Ericsson’s UDN offering. The combined solution will result in a superior, highly efficient, global content distribution service, said Ericsson.

Ericsson’s UDN is a global content delivery platform that facilitates collaboration between content and service providers to create turnkey, value-added services. 

Marcus Bergstrom, GM, UDN , Ericsson
By resolving the latency and synching issues, content and service providers can now create a truly immersive live streaming experience where social interaction on the second screen is harmonized with viewing on the first. 

Per Lindgren, SVP, Live OTT, Net Insight 
Live events – and especially live sports events – generate the most money in broadcasting. However, the need to adapt to each user’s connection speed has made it difficult for the operators of OTT services to fully capitalize on these. 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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