April 07, 2017 by Romain Bouqueau

Meet the team behind Signals at NAB

NAB is coming up and the Signals team is looking forward to showcasing ultra low latency MPEG DASH delivery using the Akamai CDN.

Signals is a powerful toolkit built for developers and technicians who need a fast, modern video processing framework. Signals is built on the GPAC Open Source software and is available for commercial use via GPAC Licensing.

Here are three different ways you can learn more about Signals at NAB:

1) Schedule a meeting with the Signals team for a live demo and a chat

From Monday 4/24 through Thursday 4/27, 9am to 6pm.

Schedule an appointment by contacting us. We’ll set up a personal demonstration and show you how you can use Signals to achieve ultra low latency MPEG DASH Delivery using the Akamai CDN for glass-to-glass delivery under one second.

2) Come to the DASH-Industry Forum at Bellagio Resort

The DASH-Industry Forum is the consortium of companies deploying MPEG-DASH solutions. Their networking event is a good opportunity to see our Demo. You'll see the Akamai people as well.

When: Wednesday 4/26, 6:30 to 9:30pm.

Request an invite to the Signals demo before space runs out! RSVP here.

3) Ask for a Signals Demo on the Akamai (Stand #SL3324)

Dates: Monday 4/24 through Thursday 4/27, 9am to 6pm - contact us to set up meeting on Akamai's Stand.

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