Successful review of the first research phase: Christian Doppler ‘pilot’ laboratory ATHENA to transition to a regular CD laboratory two years after launch

The University of Klagenfurt has been running the Christian Doppler Laboratory ATHENA in collaboration with Bitmovin since October 2019. The team of researchers is developing new methods for the delivery and playback of live and on-demand video via the Internet using HTTP Adaptive Streaming technology. The aim is to provide viewers with a higher quality, lower latency video experience in the future. At the same time, researchers are seeking to reduce storage and distribution costs. The laboratory has recently undergone a comprehensive evaluation — and can now transition from the pilot phase to a regular laboratory.

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Wirtschaftskammer zeichnet bitmovin als innovativstes kleines Unternehmen aus

Der ECONOVIUS 2017 wurde kürzlich an die Kärntner bitmovin GmbH, die ein Spin-Off der Alpen-Adria-Universität ist, vergeben.

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