One of the more interesting companies in the streaming video market is KenCast – and one area of growth for the company is live streaming of sporting events. Recently, the company launched a live streaming coverage online community on TMCnet – and this article The Truman Show: Self-Service Live Streaming Video in Real Time living on the community is worth a read.
One of the differentiators KenCast offers is technology which merges 3G and 4G broadband wireless signals from multiple carriers – allowing a transmission of higher quality than is allowed by the upload speed of a single carrier.
As more 4G networks are rolled out and bonding technology becomes more common, eventually everyone will be able to stream live video from virtually anywhere – rivaling the output from a major television network. And that my friends is the definition of technology democratization.
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Bill Steele Chairman and CEO of KenCast Inc. explains how the company does a tremendous amount of video work in the multicasting space as well as providing solutions for the military and applications in retail. He goes on to explain how mobile live video capture is a big area of growth for the company.