Anthony D'Amore

Three Things You Didn't Know About Multicast

Multicast Streaming: Three Things You Didn’t Know

1. Silverlight Multicast Streaming is End-of-Life in 2021 Microsoft has officially announced that Silverlight is end-of-life. This is confirmed on Microsoft’s Support Lifecycle page: “Silverlight 5 will support the browser versions listed on this page through 10/12/2021, or though the support lifecycle of the underlying browsers, whichever is shorter.” Enterprises have relied on multicast streaming to efficiently and …

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Senior Execs Driving Search for Multicast Solution after Silverlight

For more than a year enterprises have known about the impending doomsday of Windows Media Server and Microsoft Silverlight. They’ve also known for some time about discontinued plugin support for Chrome browsers. In short, Enterprises know the ancillary pieces supporting multicast video will no longer be available and they need a new solution for video delivery, whether …

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Microsoft Edge Lack of Plugins Accelerates Your Multicast Timeline

Windows 10 is here, and Microsoft really wants its customers to start using it and Microsoft Edge. So much so that Microsoft is even offering free upgrades to accelerate its adoption. Such insistence has ignited a strong rate of adoption throughout the Microsoft ecosystem. In a little over a month, more than 75 million devices have …

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Does the end of Microsoft Silverlight mean the end of multicast?

Large enterprises have been using a ‘multicast’ approach to stream live video across the organization and world for more than a decade. But soon, the de facto standards for multicast video streaming will be no more. Microsoft has announced Windows Media Server and Microsoft Silverlight are nearing end-of-life. This is confirmed on Microsoft’s Support Lifecycle …

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