As part of his recent presentation at FOSDEM’24, Sergio Ammirata, Ph.D., engaged in an insightful Q&A session. Ammirata was able to highlight RIST’s features, including its ability to achieve zero packet loss, ease of defining binary payloads, and its expanding use cases beyond point-to-point transmissions to address broader distribution needs.Read [...]
FOSDEM ’24: Streaming live using RIST on Demand to thousands – how you can have your cake and eat it too.
The team at SipRadius were pleased to attend FOSDEM '24, a two-day event celebrating and exploring the world of open-source software. Held annually in Brussels, Belgium, FOSDEM is a volunteer-organized event that brings together developers and enthusiasts from around the world. This year's edition featured a staggering 855 events across multiple [...]
Welcome to the January edition of the SipRadius newsletter! This month, we've been on the move across Europe, showcasing groundbreaking live broadcast capabilities and sharing our latest technological insights. With even more exciting international projects, demonstrations and presentations coming up, make sure you are following SipRadius on social media to [...]
As we approach the end of 2023, we are excited to present the December edition of our newsletter. In this issue, we bring you the latest updates from SipRadius, including the release of a new White Paper, updates on our growing team, and the events that shaped our year in [...]
libRIST: New updates for v0.2.8 Release – Multi-Connectivity Senders, EAP Authentication and libRIST IBC2023 Meetup!
- Dustin Cowan, Sr. Director Business Development, SipRadius and RIST Forum Vice-Chairman A Quick Review on libRIST! libRIST is a publicly available version of RIST (Reliable Internet Streaming Transport) Protocol. The library was released in 2020 and is aggressively maintained with the inclusion of the latest security patches and functionalities of [...]
-Sergio Ammirata, Ph.D., chief scientist, SipRadius Distributing video over the internet is everywhere today. But it has its technical challenges: the internet is inherently unpredictable and unreliable, and nothing we in the media industry can do is going to change that. So we have to find ways of making the internet [...]