Mass, Interactive Live Streaming Needs a Different Strategy/Structure

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The increasing demand for interactive video is placing strain on network infrastructure and server processing. Traditional models are struggling to keep up with these use cases, prompting the need for faster online traffic. While the existing internet model works well for streaming, it introduces delays due to processing and computing in data centers. However, real-time interactive applications, such as video game live streaming and video conferencing, require immediate responsiveness and cannot afford latency introduced by caching CDN architectures. Chip makers like AMD and Intel are actively exploring different architectures to enhance video throughput, aiming to boost performance and minimize bandwidth costs. The acceleration of video streaming not only benefits video applications but also has implications for AI use cases, which are also on the rise.

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