Ultra low latency
Ultra-low latency = Streaming almost without lag
Live streaming always has a delay from the time the camera captures the event until it reaches viewers. Usually, this delay is between twenty and forty seconds. Such delay is the normal thing for live broadcasts on, for example, Youtube.
With low-latency solutions, the delay is around 5 seconds, and with ultra-low latency, the delay shrinks down to between 0.5 and 2 seconds. Perfect when syncing a stream to reality or for iGaming where the delay must be minimal.
Streaming solutions based on modern technologies that work in standard browsers.
Rackfish automatically optimizes all traffic across different providers and direct connections, resulting in a significant improvement in latency and packet losses compared to traditional networks
- especially important for video.
Computers & mobile
Through a combination of technologies, we deliver live streaming with virtually no latency that also works in different devices, with high image quality.
Links for transferring low-latency and high-reliability video streams, such as between countries. Redundant solutions for extra high reliability can be delivered.
Streaming to store, POS and the like with custom hardware as an alternative to costly satellite distribution when low latency is important, such as in sports betting.
Ultra-low latency streaming
Examples of Rackfish Live solutions for ultra-low latency. Of course, we adapt the solution and the service to suit your needs.
Contact us to discuss your streaming needs and which of our video services are right for you!
EventAuctions, games or interactivity
- Delay 0.5-1.5s
- Reliable deployment
- Web & mobile
Set-top Low latencyDistribution to stores & gaming agents
- Delay 0.5-1.5s
- From ingest to set-top box
- Replaces satellite
Managed serversfor ultra-low latency
- Managed media servers
- Traffic solutions
- Custom ingest