Together with our partner NTT Europe, we have just launched an online video platform for FIBA Europe. The new video service enables timely game analyses of EuroLeague basketball games for tactical and optimal game preparation. The video on demand platform is available to all 24 FIBA member teams in 12 different countries. From the beginning of this season, which started this week (October 27 2010), all EuroLeague Women games were made available online through the new VoD platform, only 24 hours after each game.
This October sees a number of updates for Flumotion 360 WebTV BackOffice, including a host of exciting and interesting new features. Along with a significant performance improvements and a more responsive user interface, our developers have implemented several sought after features, which we would like to share with you.
This update includes the addition of the following features:
- Custom meta-data options
- Enhanced BackOffice statistics
- Secure streaming
- Domain restriction
This year’s one day GSstreamer Conference kicked off today in Cambridge, UK, taking place one day before CE Linux Europe. The conference focuses on GSstreamer and related technology, featuring speakers from a wide range of companies and fields. The talks hosted will cover a range of technologies built around GStreamer aimed at embedded, desktop and server usage. There will also be a presentation on the plans for the GStreamer 1.0 release.
Zaheer Merali, Tandberg/Cisco senior software engineer and long standing GStreamer developer, will be giving a talk on Flumotion Streaming Server. Zaheer worked at Flumotion for 4 1/2 years where he heavily influenced the design and code of the open source Flumotion Streaming Server. He will discuss how Flumotion distributes GStreamer pipelines across processes and how Flumotion tries to ensure sync between different processes doing for example capture that could even be on different machines. He will also look at how Flumotion streams to the end user client, adminning a Flumotion streaming server and finally how to create your own Flumotion component. Continue Reading…
The winners of the annual Streaming Media European Readers’ Choice Awards were revealed last night during a ceremony attended by industry leaders in London. The awards coincide with the Streaming Media Europe conference and EXPO where we are speaking on 3 different panels.
Over 12,700 votes were cast this summer across 13 different categories, Flumotion were nominated in a record 8 categories and made finalist in 4 of them. Thanks to YOUR votes we have won again, but this year in two categories for ‘Best Webcast Platform’ and ‘Best Live Webcast of 2010’, sharing the podium with the likes of Spotify, ITV and Amazon Web Services.
Flumotion’s award season is far from over, because we have also received 6 nominations at the US version of the Streaming Media Awards. On Tuesday 18 October, Streaming Media will announce the finalists of each category and if Flumotion make it, we will find out in November if we bag our first award in the U.S. Continue Reading…
Flumotion Business Development Manager, Nicolas Gaviola, will be taking part in a panel discussion entitled ‘B201: The European CDN Market’ at this year’s Streaming Media Europe conference in London. Nicolas will be joined by representatives from international and industry leading companies such as Limelight and Obrick. The panel will break down the European market by the numbers, as well as examine cultural, market and technological differences among the various regions within Europe. Finally, panelists will discuss the varying services – CDNs, hosting providers and streaming providers – and how they fit into these regional differences. You can catch the expert panel talk out this topic on 15 October at 10:30am, Flumotion Co-founder and CTO, Thomas Vander Stichele, will also be talking on the same day about HTML5 and online video standards. Continue Reading…