RawFlow’s New Live Streaming Software

October 31st, 2006 |
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LOS ANGELES, October 31, 2006, (PodTech News) — As more and more content gets distributed over the Internet, P2P is finally getting a little respect. By distributing a broadcast’s bandwidth requirement over an entire network of participants rather than originating it from one central broadcast point, the file-sharing technology reduces bandwith costs. As the audience grows, so do the network resources available to distribute that broadcast without adding any additional bandwidth costs. According to RawFlow CEO Mikkel Dissing, this makes broadcasting over the Internet scalable. Dissing spoke with PodTech’s Matt Kelly at Digital Hollywood, an entertainment and technology conference in Santa Monica, Calif., and discussed the benefit of his company’s live streaming software.

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