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Low latency is all the hype these days! I.e. how fast can we get data from point A to point B.
It’s a key requirement for many applications ranging from e.g. video conferencing (today) to self-driving cars (future). To enable these applications we need to think about the trade-offs made in our transport protocols. In our recent blog post we look at how we typically do things today and what we could be doing tomorrow to enable low latency!

If your application depends on low latency head over to our blog and see if your latency can be improved: http://steinwurf.com/blog/2018-06-01-delay.html
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Ever wondered how our communication networks are going to scale bandwidth to match the needs of next generation multimedia application (VR/AR and ultra high video quality)? In this post, we invited Michele Polese and co-authors to present their recent contribution to IEEE ICNC 2018.

Polese, Drago, Azzino, Stefanovic and Zorzi’s research show how next generation 5G networks can improve network performance by combining multiple radio technologies such as millimeter wave and LTE. As a key component in their system, they’ve used Random Linear Network Coding (RLNC) provided by Steinwurf’s Kodo library to make the utilization of multiple communication links possible.

Checkout their nice work at our blog: http://steinwurf.com/blog/2018-05-22-mmwave-coding.html
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Low delay/latency is important in many professional applications where dealing with packet loss is a major challenge. In this post we go through the basic operations of the industry standard SMPTE 2022-1-2007, which corrects packet loss using proactive redundancy. We look at the protection it offers against packet losses and show how this performance can be significantly improved simply by swapping the underlying algorithm with more modern techniques (RLNC) - improving the protection against random losses by 100% or more without increasing the delay or overhead.

Check out our blog for all the details: http://steinwurf.com/blog/2018-04-25-2022.html
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Great usage of our erasure coding software by http://www.cadami.eu/ They unveiled a cool demo at Aircraft Interiors Expo 2018 showing the power of WiFi multicast + Erasure Coding in crowded WiFi.
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Building efficient multicast / broadcast solutions is challenging - if the communication is one-way this makes it’s even harder! In our most recent blog post we show how erasure correcting codes (ECC) can solve both of these challenges efficiently! To really visualize the power of ECC we have built two small interactive simulations to let you experiment and see the gains for yourself.

Today ECCs are little known in many industries and therefore many miss out on the advantages they bring. If you are interested in discussing how ECC could be helpful for your project / product feel free to get in touch.

Read more: http://steinwurf.com/blog/2018-03-19-efficient-one-way-communication.html
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Exciting video from the IEEE Information Theory Society on the principles behind network coding. Check it out and get a glimpse of how network coding can significantly improve performance in today's and tomorrow's communication networks.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0ZcAWEvjCA

Get a head start on the competition and start integrating network coding in your products using Steinwurf’s software libraries. Learn more at www.steinwurf.com.
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As a little weekend treat, here's a short video presenting our new feedback-less and scalable file delivery demo Filoop, enjoy! https://buff.ly/2ocf0gb
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We are happy to announce our new partnership with Insyab. By combining our knowledge within erasure correcting codes and Insyab’s unique expertise on wireless communication. We aim to address the growing need for more efficiency and robustness in energy and public safety communication systems. Check out Insyab at buff.ly/2FV9tC4 and Steinwurf at buff.ly/2FYscgi.
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Score joins the Mile-High Club! Together with TU Dresden, Deutsche Telekom, and Lufthansa Flyinglab, we deployed our reliable multicast solution over 30.000 feet above the ground. We were also at CES in Las Vegas. More about Score: https://buff.ly/2ncWfZK
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As we are reaching the end of 2017 we want to highlight a few of the demos built by others using our Kodo software library. With the next generation ECC/FEC algorithms it is an exciting time to witness its new and novel usages. Go checkout the cool videos! https://buff.ly/2D3Go5X
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