Peer-to-peer (P2P) networking is one of three core eCDN technologies used to optimize the delivery of video. A P2P eCDN uses personal devices active on a network to share video files with one another. The goal is to save bandwidth by reducing the number of requests traveling to and from a primary video server. But […]
Peer-to-peer (P2P) networking uses personal devices active on a network to share data files with one another. The goal is to save bandwidth by reducing the number of requests traveling to and from a primary content server. Originating with content and file sharing at the birth of the Internet, today P2P networking is one of […]
Estimating the ROI of eCDN Estimating the ROI of eCDN doesn’t need to be a complex exercise. When it comes to network optimization, bandwidth is the key measure of success. The amount of bandwidth you save is a tangible calculation that translates directly into cost savings. Add in the significance of other eCDN ROI measures […]
Improve Video Adoption Want to improve video adoption? Read on for ten ways you can put internal influencers to work and boost your corporate video strategy. Due to current events and a push for most to work from home, video adoption is on the rise. In today’s blog, we take a look at how to […]
eCDN for All: Protect the Network, Make No Compromises Because no two enterprises, networks, use cases or streaming platforms are the same, Ramp offers a secure, vendor-neutral eCDN solution for any scenario. We call it eCDN for all. When you choose Ramp, you have the freedom to mix and match eCDN technologies—multicasting, video caching and […]
Are you going to Microsoft Ignite? Meet with us to learn how to solve network congestion created by Microsoft Stream and Microsoft Teams live events.
By: Denise Iverson, VP of Sales & Marketing The end is near. In about a year, Adobe, Microsoft and Cisco will retire their beloved multicast solutions. But don’t let these changes break your heart—or your video network. Multicast solutions are easy to love. The one-to-many protocol reduces network traffic by delivering a single stream of […]
Microsoft recently announced the addition of live events in Stream, a new capability that lets Office 365 users broadcast highly-produced, studio-quality events to viewers on Stream, Teams and Yammer. With the announcement, Microsoft encouraged customers to scale video delivery by exploring SDN/eCDN options to optimize video traffic on the corporate network. Ramp eCDN has been […]
HTML5 is the logical successor to Flash for ubiquitous video distribution. Learn more in this video from Steve Vonder Haar at Wainhouse Research.