2012 was a fantastic year as Adobe Media Server completed 10 years and our streaming technology powered key Live events across the world. We got a lot of fantastic clients across US, EU, Russia, APAC and Australia.
This year at Video Solutions in Adobe, we look forward to launch Primetime as our flagship product for Premium Broadcasters to monetize their content across devices with our proven publishing and content protection technologies. You can read the latest update on Primetime player here
Adobe Media Server will continue to innovate and enable simplified Video Streaming workflows. Here are a few updates as we start rocking 2013.
- A product update AMS 4.5.5 is available for the version 4.5. It provides key fixes elaborated in the Release documents
- Amazon editions for AMS 4.5.5 and AMS 5.0.1 are available now. The list of AMI’s can be checked here . If you are a new user the details of our AWS edition can be read here and you can order a subscription here
( Note – These AMI’s are on CentOS 5.5 and we look to upgrade them to newer versions this year)
We are also excited to share the below contribution to the IETF community –
Michael Thornburgh, Sr. Computer Scientist at Adobe, has recently submitted a specification for Adobe’s Secure Real-Time Media Flow Protocol (RTMFP) to the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Internet-Drafts repository ( http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-thornburgh-adobe-rtmfp ) along with a disclosure of and grant of essential intellectual property rights under royalty-free terms ( https://datatracker.ietf.org/ipr/1942/ ).
RTMFP is a low-level endpoint-to-endpoint data transport protocol designed for real-time and peer-to-peer (P2P) communication. It presents a unified and holistic solution to a number of Internet communication problems, including security, NAT traversal, congestion control and prioritization of parallel media and data flows, variable transmission reliability for messages, and IP address mobility.
We look forward that we continue to delight you in 2013.