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Education has been one of the areas most affected by the coronavirus. This has greatly increased the need for a good virtual education platform.  Services such as Zoom have filled the immediate need but, as we covered in a previous post, Zoom is not the best solution for educators and students. Further at issue is the fact that Zoom was designed as a general-purpose conferencing tool which means it doesn’t have all the necessary features for distance learning video conferencing. The issue at hand is determining how to build a better platform for interactive video distance learning. Beyond basic…

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Digital rights management (DRM) may seem like an unavoidable fact of life in the premium video streaming world, but, when it comes to real-time streaming over WebRTC, it’s helpful to recognize the most rigorous protection requirements can be met without DRM. Of course, under current licensing policies, distributors of high-value live sports and other programming frequently have no choice but to implement DRM, even if they’re in a position to benefit from the comprehensive and free protection afforded by WebRTC security. The point of this article is to call attention to the fact that, in terms of the…

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Red5 Pro Adds Streaming Video Industry Veteran Sylvio Jelovcich As Business Development Director Today, we’d like to introduce the newest member to the Red5 Pro team: Sylvio Jelovcich. Sylvio is our new Business Development Director, a position he is well suited for as illustrated by his expansive industry experience of more than 25 years  with notable tenures at firms such as EMC, Cisco, Vidyo, and Haivision. During his time at Haivision, Sylvio drove the SRT Alliance, an open source initiative bringing together an alliance of 300+ global partners to develop a standardized, low-latency video streaming protocol for the broadcast…

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