Sunday, 21 October 2018

Improving the mobile video experience

‎By Andrei Elefant, Allot Communications
Wednesday 09 April 14

'Video stalling in mobile networks has the largest impact on user engagement…'

Commuting on city streets to a cross-town meeting, a driver hits almost every red light, has to deal with rush-hour traffic, and contends with cyclists, pedestrians, and other unforeseen delays – all out of his control. Almost everyone can relate to the frustration involved in this commute. An equal number can relate to this experience when trying to watch a video on a mobile device. The video starts, pauses, buffers, plays, and then stops again…

Commuting on city streets to a cross-town meeting, a driver hits almost every red light, has to deal with rush-hour traffic, and contends with cyclists, pedestrians, and other unforeseen delays – all out of his control. Almost everyone can relate to the frustration involved in this commute. An equal number can relate to this experience when trying to watch a video on a mobile device. The video starts, pauses, buffers, plays, and then stops again…

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