Exterity supports real world delivery of sub 400 msec latency glass-to-glass (September 2015)
Latency is a measure of the time delay observed between the input to a system and its output. In most Enterprise IP installations where broadcast TV or live video content is being delivered to viewing points, delays of less than 1s are not a significant consideration. However, in applications such as coverage of live events, minimizing latency is desirable, and may indeed be an essential requirement.
Exterity equipment works to a latency of 300-400 msecs, providing the highest quality HD (1080i) streams, meaning you
don’t have to compromise on quality to achieve latency. This is measurable, provable and practical for virtually all IPTV uses.
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