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Limelight Network announces enhanced Realtime Streaming

It provides sub-second latency and viewer interactivity.

Limelight Networks (LLNW) has announced enhancements and new features of its Realtime Streaming, providing sub-second latency for time-sensitive video applications that enable live interaction with viewers.

Realtime Streaming is part of the widest range of low latency online streaming solutions that provides the ability for innovative new online video business models. It also changes how audiences experience live events by giving video publishers the tools to incorporate data as part of the online viewing experience.

The combination of sub-second latency and viewer interactivity allows live video applications in areas such as live sports, live auctions, and online gaming.

“As online video has quickly grown in popularity, performance expectations have increased and new technologies, such as Limelight Realtime Streaming, enable innovative new ways to engage audiences,” LLNW vice president Nigel Burmeister said.
 

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