Server/Client Cooperation in Low-Latency Live Streaming

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Today, a glass-to-glass latency of 10-30 seconds is practically achievable in live streaming, and such a range is acceptable in most cases. Nevertheless, the increasing number of cord-cutters is putting pressure on streaming providers to offer low-latency live streaming, especially for sports content. This talk first presents the low-latency solutions the streaming industry produced in the last few years and then exemplifies in what ways the Common Media Client Data (CMCD) standard and its new sister standard — Common Media Server Data (CMSD) — can help improve the low-latency delivery performance.

Speaker: Dr. Ali Begen, Ozyegin University, Turkiye 

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  • Date: 27 Feb 2023
  • Time: 12:45 PM to 01:45 PM
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Dr. Ali C. Begen of Ozyegin University, Turkiye


Server/Client Cooperation in Low-Latency Live Streaming


Ali C. Begen is currently a computer science professor at Ozyegin University and a technical consultant in Comcast's Advanced Technology and Standards Group. Previously, he was a research and development engineer at Cisco. Begen received his PhD in electrical and computer engineering from Georgia Tech in 2006. To date, he received several academic and industry awards (including an Emmy® Award for Technology and Engineering), and was granted 30+ US patents. In 2020 and 2021, he was listed among the world's most influential scientists in the subfield of networking and telecommunications. More details are at


12:45PM-1:45PM: Presentation, Q&A