You’ll have to agree, the computer you have today is much different than the first home computer you ever saw. Zooming from tiny memory like 20 MB’s and 20 MB hard drives to huge configurations in the tetrabytes, it’s not hard to see that other areas of computing power have come a long way as well. Live streaming video is one area that has taken great strides in the past two years. In fact, more video is watched over the Internet than any other media delivered on a network. And there’s one good reason for this.The biggest reason is the demand. A few years ago it was frustrating to watch any video streamed live because of the buffering and tiny bandwidth allowed for this protocol. In fact, many people chose simply to download the video, if available, or listen to the streaming audio version which has been around a little longer. Satellite TV on PC has been one area that many people have been hoping for a huge breakthrough. But there is no such beast.Instead, what we have today are aggregators of the thousands of channels of live, streaming video that has come about because of the ease of deployment… Read full this story
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