Your Guide to setting up a video streaming server

Your Guide To Setting Up A Video Streaming Server

As of January 2018, 85% of U.S. internet users watch online video. More and more people will expect your website to provide streaming video alongside text content. You can host your video on sites like YouTube and Vimeo, but you’ll be at their mercy. They’ll show ads alongside your videos that could be from your competitors, you have no control over the other “related” videos they show beside yours, and they could take your video down with no warning. Running your own server gives you complete control over your content so your visitors will experience it the way you want.Read More

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What to look for in a video streaming dedicated server?

Video Streaming Dedicated Server: What To Look For

A video streaming dedicated server is an ideal solution if you are offering your web users a video on demand, a video sharing / live streaming platform, or an online video platform. Video streaming dedicated servers deal with large volumes of data and need to scale nearly all their specifications, including RAM, disk space, bandwidth, and port size. Compromising on CPU To save money, about the only component you could possibly compromise on is the CPU, but don’t go too far. You will still need a robust CPU to handle dynamic content. What dynamic content you might ask? While mostRead More

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