CHAPTER 24, Inc., MADISON, WI
SBE Chapter 24 - Madison, WI

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Our Next Chapter Meeting
Thursday, January 24th

Streaming Video Content on the Internet


Packet loss is a problem when streaming live content, particularly over long distances like from one country to another country, or continent. Packet loss when using UDP immediately results in visual artefacts, drop outs or even interruptions of several seconds. Packet loss when using TCP immediately results in reduced bandwidths and thereby reduced saturation of your link - simply due to the inherent design of TCP.

Rhode & Schwarz RelayCaster™ servers employ a proprietary protocol - called RelayCaster Streaming Protocol (RCSP™) - to overcome these problems. This protocol is fully Internet compliant and works with all existing IP network infrastructure, and it can be scaled.

Greg Martin of Rhode & Schwarz will discuss this technology to allow for the optimized transmission of live IP streams to remote company sites, data centers, or networks. Streams received on one side are transparently provided again on the other side while using an arbitrary Internet link.

Dinner at 5:30 PM
BABE'S BAR & GRILL
5614 Schroeder Road
Madison, WI

Meeting and Program at 7:00 PM
WKOW-TV
5727 TOKAY BLVD
Madison, WI

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