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Mark Fisher November 14th, 2017

By Mark Fisher

Verizon Chooses Qwilt

Verizon – A Leader in the Edge Computing and Content Delivery Industry Today, Verizon announced its deployment of Qwilt Open Caching in its vast network. Today’s announcement has both tactical and strategic implications for all those who have a stake in edge computing, mobile and broadband network infrastructure and emerging applications that depend on high…

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Mark Fisher October 30th, 2017

By Mark Fisher

MLB World Series 2017 – Los Angeles Dodgers vs Houston Astros

Live Streaming to Massive Audiences: Bases Loaded and …. “Playback Failure” …. Still Need Scale and Quality to Win the Game Houston won game 5 last night after a sometimes wacky but certainly memorable contest that ran for a grueling 5 hours and 17 minutes in Houston.  The marathon event was long enough to rank…

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Mark Fisher June 12th, 2017

By Mark Fisher

NBA fans across Asia

A Promotion for the 2017 NBA Finals along the highway in Mumbai, India   NBA fans across Asia I was in Asia last week visiting customers and ran into some unexpected pockets of fanatic NBA fans. I am a huge Warriors fan and expect them to take the NBA championship again this year, which will…

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Mark Fisher February 7th, 2017

By Mark Fisher

Welcome to the Edge – The Evolution of Cloud Computing

A revolution is taking place in cloud computing. Today we’re announcing our role as an edge cloud platform developer and we invite you to join us in the journey. Today’s announcement marks a new chapter in the Qwilt story – the Qwilt Open Edge Cloud. In fairness, the book metaphor does not do justice to…

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Mark Fisher October 21st, 2016

By Mark Fisher

Streaming and the Final Presidential Debate

The Final Debate – The Night Streaming Saved Democracy on University Campuses Across the Country As the third and final presidential debate came to a conclusion and the fact checkers came forward with their findings, we decided to take a look at those who streamed the debates to see what conclusions we can draw about…

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Mark Fisher June 22nd, 2016

By Mark Fisher

The Remarkably Resourceful Cord Cutters of Cleveland: Streaming Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals

“How the Cavs become #1 and Fios TV rocketed to #2 in Cleveland on Sunday Night” During Game 7 of the NBA Finals, devoted Cavs fans would not be denied… the opportunity to stream the game and see their Cavaliers make history.    Perspective From a Warriors Fan As a lifelong Bay Area resident and…

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Mark Fisher April 6th, 2016

By Mark Fisher

Are You Ready to Wrestle?

If you were captivated by the NCAA March Madness Championship in Houston on Monday night, you might have missed an equally passionate crowd that also assembled in Texas just a day earlier.  The drive from Houston’s NRG stadium, host of the NCAA Final Four, to Texas Stadium in Dallas takes just a few hours.  But…

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Mark Fisher March 20th, 2016

By Mark Fisher

March Madness – When Brackets Blow Our Minds and Streaming Saves the Day

It’s not so important who starts the game but who finishes it. John Wooden, UCLA Basketball Coach, who led his teams to 10 NCAA Tournament championships in the ‘60s and ‘70s NCAA Tournament – Made to Stream Thanks to the march of technology and the investments made throughout the online video ecosystem by content providers,…

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Alon Maor January 5th, 2016

By Alon Maor

Seven Streaming Predictions for 2016

Skinny Bundles, Live NFL Games, Apps TV and Other Trends That Will Make This a Vintage Year As published on Multichannel News By now you’ve probably streamed enough to consider yourself a decent judge of what online video has to offer – you’ve faked being current with the latest episode of Homeland and then binged…

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Mark Fisher October 26th, 2015

By Mark Fisher

Yahoo Scores Solid QoE Results with First Live Streamed NFL Game

New Open Streaming Architecture Makes Internet TV “The New Normal” Along the journey of an industry transformation from broadcast TV to Internet TV, Yahoo’s live streaming of today’s NFL game in London was a seminal event. The NFL and Yahoo teamed up to make a powerful statement during this event. Namely, that streaming could reliably…

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