StriveCast, a German P2P eCDN provider, is now included in MediaPlatform’s peering partners by providing their P2P eCDN technology for video delivery. MediaPlatform is a business broadcasting platform used by large international companies for live webcasting and video delivery.
StriveCast’s P2P eCDN is a browser-based peering solution that lets organizations deliver “high-quality, scalable” live video streams at minimum bandwidth requirements. Their solution dedicated to corporate video communications, StriveCast Enterprise, establishes connections between viewer devices and allows them to cache and share video data with one another.
MediaPlatform’s product eCDN portfolio includes solutions for live webcasting, video management, video delivery, and video analytics. MediaPlatform chose StriveCast and its P2P eCDN technology to include in the list of its peering partners to further optimize their video delivery and streaming experience to their customers.
The partnership helps StriveCast extend the number of its compatibility partners in the enterprise sector, which is determined to be their key strategic business field in 2021.
“This year has shown us the importance of a scalable and reliable IT infrastructure for any organization’s communications strategy,” said Alexander Schaefer, CEO & Co-Founder of StriveCast. “Video is still on its way to becoming the next-gen standard for collaboration in the workspace. By partnering with MediaPlatform, we are moving one step further towards empowering digital culture and making digital collaboration accessible for everyone.”
With their approach, StriveCast helps minimize bandwidth requirements through its Peer-to-Peer technology, as it reduces the single content requests from the viewers to the origin server.
“Our enterprise customers are increasingly using P2P streaming based on its ease of deployment and efficiency,” said Mike Newman, CEO of MediaPlatform. “We are pleased to add StriveCast to the list of video delivery technologies supported in our Broadcaster live webcasting platform.”