New York, New York – (The Hosting News) – June 14, 2007 – NTT Communications Corporation subsidiary, NTT America, recently served as a gold level sponsor of the Streaming Media – East Conference industry event for streaming content and media over the Internet, in New York City, at the New York Hilton Hotel.
In addition, senior executives, product managers and engineers from NTT Communications Group provided attendees with demonstrations of the company’s Smart Content Delivery (SCD) product, which delivers web content and transaction processing. The company showcased its work with the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), which utilizes the SCD platform to stream live football matches over the Internet.
The SCD solution is designed to ensure customers’ consistent performance by leveraging NTT Communications Global IP Network, a highly reliable Tier 1 global Internet Backbone with the largest US-Japan connectivity. The service uses global load balancing and reserve-proxy caching to ensure faster download times, faster connections, steady video streams and reliable managed services.
Now in its 10th year, Streaming Media East covers both the business of video on the Internet and the technology of streaming, downloading, IPTV and mobile video delivery, covering both b2b and b2c business and technology issues in the enterprise, advertising, media and entertainment, broadcast and education markets.
Show hightlights included:
Attendance by more than 3,000 executives last year
More than 100 speakers from the media, broadcast, enterprise and education markets
Over 50 exhibitors featuring hands-on-demos with the latest digital media audio and video technology
Keynotes from the leading digital media business executives
Last year’s speakers included: Microsoft, TiVo, AOL, Sling Media, Accenture, ABC, CNET, Yahoo!, The Los Angeles Times, Adobe, BET, Brightcove, Avenue A / Razorfish, DoubleClick, Wachovia, 24/7 Real Media, Advertising.com, Pointroll, Google, Motionbox, Revver, Current TV, NBBC, CBS, Fox Interactive, Gallaudet University, Comcast, Target, Universal McCann, Akamai, MSN, University of California, Napster, MobiTV, University of Texas, Palm, The Associated Press, MovieBeam, and Limelight Networks, among other entities.
Business executives discussed the latest issues including Online Video Advertising, Successful Models for Consumer-Based Content, The Future for Portable Wireless Content, IPTV and Video On-Demand Cable Services, Broadband Video Advertising, The Business of Podcasting And Video Blogging, Using Video For Viral Marketing to Teenagers, and Rich Media and The Road to Convergence, plus others.
Technology executives focused on sessions such as: Selecting the Right Hardware Software For Webcasting, IP-Based Conferencing and Collaborative Applications, Protecting Digital Assets, Choosing the Best Video Codec, Using Streaming and Videoconferencing In Healthcare, Unique Challenges to Enterprise Streaming, Tools And Strategies For Content Creation and Encoding, IPTV Deployment, Best Practices For Windows Media Video Encoding, and Creating Content with Macromedia Flash Video, concerning the latest technical challenges and solutions.
NTT America provides world-class Enterprise Hosting, managed network, and IP networking services for enterprise customers and service providers worldwide. NTT America is a gateway to the Asia-Pacific region, with strong capabilities in the US market. NTT America is the U.S. subsidiary of NTT Communications Corporation, the global data and IP services arm of the Fortune Global 500 telecom leader: Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT).
To learn more about the SCD product, please visit: http://us.ntt.net/products/managed/content_delivery_network.cfm.
For more information about the event, please visit: www.streamingmedia.com/east.
To learn more about NTT America, please visit: www.nttamerica.com.