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Product presentation via livestream – with maximum reliability: For E3 2019, our client – a leading developer of games and consoles – had put the three-day live World Cup broadcast of its popular e-games on the agenda in addition to the livestreaming of the product presentations.
Rats-TV of the town of Monheim am Rhein: Full service with video production on-site. The town of Monheim am Rhein has been streaming council and committee meetings live since the beginning of 2018 – and is thus serving the wishes of its citizens for enhanced transparency and participation in political events via a digital web service.
Reliable live encoding for Germany’s big lottery draw: The lottery numbers are drawn live via the lotto.de website and simultaneously via the YouTube channel as live streaming – every Wednesday at 6:25 p.m., as well as on Saturdays at 7:25 p.m. The DLTB thus places high demands on the chosen service provider.
Especially from large broadcasters like MDR, viewers today expect programme content to be available to consumers in a contemporary format. MDR, therefore, wanted to offer IP-based services on TV, in order to expand playout channels and offer a new solution.
Desired: Fast and consistent website performance. Brose as a leading automotive supplier improves website performance and expands its global network.
As an e-learning platform for the subjects of Maths, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Economics, History, Geography, Computer Science or Mechanical Engineering, TheSimpleClub is one of the most successful providers of e-learning content in Germany with over 2.1 million subscribers on YouTube.
The initial situation: Modern photo knowledge, outdated video technology. Modernisation strategy for extensive video content, strengthening of the brand and process optimisation through automation.
Many online shops operated by pharmacies received an extortion letter from the hacker group Gladius. "You have probably already noticed that we have attacked the infrastructure of your online shop" the hackers wrote. "You have 72 hours to pay a non-attack fee of EUR 1,500…