Wowza: High Performance Streaming Server

With more capability to stream video content from the Internet than ever before, it is important to have the best and most reliable streaming server that will give customers the fastest streaming rate, which translates to the best picture quality.

Whatever the content, and regardless of the web page or source, customers want the highest quality viewing experience available so that they can stream through their computer monitor or through their television sets. Slow buffering times, pauses and lags are disappointing and frustrating when trying to watch a film or other type of video content via streaming server.

Wowza Media Server 3 offers the high performance that viewers are seeking. The software, which is made up of multi-threading, offers a lightning fast 10 gigabytes per second rate so movie watchers do not have to endure the pauses for the server to catch up to the content.

Clients that the Wowza streaming server works with include the Adobe Flash Player, Silverlight, various Apple products such as the iPad, IPTV set-top boxes and Quicktime. With all of these clients, no one looking to stream video content should be left out and will be able to enjoy seamless viewing from a reputable, reliable and flexible streaming server.

Customers will have a great deal of flexibility in creating their plan for their service with plans such as the free trial period as well as the daily, monthly and perpetual licenses. The pleasure of watching uninterrupted films and other content requires the best streaming server.

Saurabh Dutta
Saurabh Dutta is the founder and author of TechChai. He writes on useful technology tips, tricks, tutorials, articles and interesting technology updates on various websites and blogs online.
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