Global Transition to Hybrid Living Requires A New Video Communications Infrastructure
Is the Internet ready for hybrid life?
Judging from all the headlines proclaiming how the Covid-19 pandemic has transformed the world’s approaches to work, education, healthcare, entertainment and just about every other facet of daily life impacted by the blending of remote and in-person participation, one would think the answer is yes.
But that’s simply not the case.
A functionally viable transition to hybrid life will require a ubiquitously available network infrastructure. That infrastructure must enable user experiences far beyond the capabilities of the prevailing HTTP-based video streaming infrastructure, and most video communications platforms running in tandem with that infrastructure. An infrastructure optimized for hybrid life must support participation in real-time interactive video communications by any number of people at any distance, with no limits on quality and no impediments to instantaneous engagement with whatever application platform is relevant to users’ needs.
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