HTTP Dynamic Streaming

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HTTP Dynamic Streaming

The adaptive streaming support in Adobe's streaming servers. Introduced in Flash Media Server (FMS), HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) is also part of Adobe Media Server 5. In 2009, Adobe added adaptive streaming elements to its streaming server and incorporated even more in 2011. See adaptive streaming, fragmented MP4, Adobe Media Server and streaming server.
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ProMedia Origin and ProMedia X Origin are software-based all-in-one media servers that support the industry s leading OTT standard protocols, such as Apple HLS, Adobe HDS, Microsoft Smooth Streaming, and MPEG-DASH, to enable high-volume, live, adaptive bitrate streaming and the delivery of time-shifted services such as catch-up TV, start-over TV, and cloud DVR to connected devices.
Supported formats include Apple HLS, Adobe HDS, Microsoft Smooth Streaming and now, MPEG-DASH, which addresses HbbTV requirements for interactive television in Europe.
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Harmonic's shared storage optimizes the delivery of D-Smart's OTT multiscreen VOD and catch-up TV services, leveraging a range of industry-standard protocols, including Apple HLS, Adobe HDS and Microsoft Smooth Streaming.
Spectrum[TM] currently supports Apple HLS, Adobe HDS and Microsoft Smooth ABR protocols and SeaWell is working with the standards committee on the DASH protocol.
The TXS 8600 supports all the popular codecs, containers, and adaptive bit rate protocols needed to move content to any display device, including Microsoft Smooth Streaming, Apple HLS, Adobe HDS, MPEG-2, H.
The new release focusses on advanced HTTP adaptive streaming technologies, adding exclusive new features to improve manageability, performance and availability of Apple HLS, Adobe HDS, Microsoft Smooth and MPEG DASH technologies.