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Building Your Own Live Streaming Cloud

Online Symposium

Session Replays

Session length: 40 min

Choosing transcoding hardware:
Kenneth Robinson
, Manager of Field Application Engineers at NETINT Technologies

You have three basic approaches to transcoding, CPU-only, GPU, and ASICs. Kenneth outlines the pros and cons of each approach with extensive throughput and CAPEX and OPEX examples for each.

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Session length: 20 min

From CPU to GPU to ASIC: Our Transcoding Journey:
Ilya Mikhaelis, Streaming Backend Tech Lead at Mayflower

Charged with supporting very high-volume live transcoding operations, Ilya started with libx264 software transcoding, which consumed massive power but yielded low stream density per server. Then he experimented with GPUs and other hardware and ultimately transitioned to an ASIC-based solution with much lower power consumption and much higher stream density per server. Ilya details the costs, power consumption, and density of all options, providing both data and an invaluable evaluation framework.

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Session length: 10 min

Choosing your Live Production Software: 
Jan Ozer
, Senior Director of Video Technology at NETINT Technologies

The core of every live streaming system is transcoding and packaging software. This comes in many shapes and sizes, from open-source software like FFmpeg and GPAC, to streaming servers like Wowza, and production systems like Norsk. Jan discusses these multiple options so you can cohesively and affordably build your own live-streaming ecosystem.

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Session length: 20 min

Adrian Roe, CEO at id3as
Make Live Easy with NORSK SDK

Norsk is a low-code SDK that enables developers to easily create amazing, dynamic live video workflows and deploy them at any scale.

Norsk easily and elegantly manages a comprehensive range of production functions, from ingest to program creation and management (including multiple camera inputs, P-i-Ps, transitions, text, overlays, and other product elements) and, of course, transcoding, packaging, and delivery to a CDN.

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Session length: 20 min

Romain Bouqueau, CEO, Motion Spell 
Deploying GPAC for Transcoding and Packaging

GPAC is an all-in-one solution for processing, inspecting, packaging, streaming, playback, and interaction with media content.

With a focus on modularity, standards compliance, and groundbreaking capabilities, GPAC has emerged as an open-source powerhouse that offers unparalleled flexibility and performance in the video streaming ecosystem. It was recently deployed by Netflix as the packaging solution for its worldwide content operations. While GPAC is licensed under LGPLv2, Motion Spell provides consulting, custom integrations, developments, training, and support based on GPAC and is GPAC’s exclusive commercial licensor. 

In this fast-moving 20-minute presentation, Romain provides an overview of GPAC’s functionality and operation. 

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  • Session length: 20 min

Barry Owen, Chief Solutions Architect, Wowza
Start Streaming in Minutes with Wowza Streaming Engine

Wowza Streaming Engine (WSE) offers a range of robust and customizable features designed for video engineers, making it the ideal choice for video engineers building self-managed infrastructures.

For starters, WSE can stream from any source to any screen with multi-codec and multi-protocol support, as well as features like captioning, ad insertion, DRM, and encryption. WSE supports Low-Latency HLS and low-latency DASH for low-latency streaming at scale and WebRTC for browser-based real-time communications.

Finally, Wowza offers a hybrid option to WSE customers that allows them to leverage certain cloud-based features, including our global CDN, advanced analytics, and best-in-class video player.

Overall, WSE is a highly versatile server that enables builders to leverage Wowza’ API to create custom modules that support almost any unique workflow. As such, it’s suitable for a wide range of use cases, including but not limited to live, interactive video, large-scale broadcasting, and video-on-demand (VOD).

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Session length: 30 min

Choosing a Co-Location Facility 
Kyle Faber
, Senior Director of Product Management at Edgio

Once you’ve chosen your hardware and software, you need a place to install them. If you don’t have your own connected data center, you may consider a colocation facility. In his talk, Kyle addresses the key factors to consider when choosing a co-location facility for your live streaming infrastructure.

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Session length: 15 min

Empowering a Greener Tomorrow: The LESS Accord and its Energy Savings Drive
Barbara Lange,
Secretariat of Greening of Streaming Principal and CEO, Kibo121, Inc.

Learn how video streaming companies are collaborating to significantly reduce the energy footprint of content distribution. From CDN to end-user devices, the LESS Accord provides a transparent platform for decision-making to markedly reduce energy consumption, contributing to a greener streaming industry.

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Session length: 20 min

Closing Keynote
Stef van der Ziel,
Founder Jet-Stream

Jet-Stream has delivered streaming solutions since its launch in 1994 and offers its own live streaming platform. One focus has been creating custom transcoding solutions for customers seeking to create their own private cloud for various applications. In his closing talk, Stef will demystify the process of choosing hardware, software, and a hosting facility and wrap a pretty bow around all previous presentations.

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Session length: 15 min


Panel discussion. Under Mark Donnigan’s moderation, speakers answered questions submitted via the registration form.

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Speakers' Slides

Choosing transcoding hardware

Kenneth Robinson, Manager of Field Application Engineers at NETINT Technologies

From CPU to GPU to ASIC: Our Transcoding Journey

Ilya Mikhaelis, Streaming Backend Tech Lead at Mayflower

Choosing your Live Production Software:

Jan Ozer, Senior Director of Video Technology at NETINT Technologies

Make Live Easy with NORSK SDK

Adrian Roe, CEO at id3as

Deploying GPAC for Transcoding and Packaging

Romain Bouqueau, CEO, Motion Spell

Start Streaming in Minutes with Wowza Streaming Engine

Barry Owen, Chief Solutions Architect, Wowza


Barry Owen, Chief Solutions Architect, Wowza

Choosing a Co-Location Facility 

Kyle Faber, Senior Director of Product Management at Edgio

Empowering a Greener Tomorrow: The LESS Accord and its Energy Savings Drive

Barbara Lange, Secretariat of Greening of Streaming | Principal and CEO, Kibo121, Inc.

Answers to Audience Questions

The questions listed below were submitted via the registration form. They are listed below in the order and exact verbiage they were received. If you need additional details, please feel free to schedule a meeting with one of NETINT’s experts. Knowing more details about your particular requirements and application, we will be able to provide more in-depth analysis and feedback.

How is Greening of Streaming working with policy makers on decisions around better energy-conscience streaming?

Greening of Streaming is not a lobbyist group. But we do feel strongly that we need to engage with policy-makers in two directions.  First, it’s important for the industry to engage with governments as advisors to ensure regulations are reasonable and achievable.  Conversely, the policy-makers can inform the industry about its concerns and plans.  We’ve engaged with the UK Parliament in 2022 and in 2023, we had the European communications regulator, BEREC, speak at our LESS Accord meeting.  It’s an important and symbiotic relationship.

Greening of Streaming is aimed at greening up the distribution channel. Have you looked at other parts of the tech stack in terms of best practices for more sustainable operations?

We aim to go wherever our industry members wish us to explore.  For now, that is the distribution angle, but there’s nothing that says we couldn’t take an energy look at the entire workflow including the tech behind the production space.  We want our members to define the scope so that we are meeting their needs.  To learn more about our activities and to get involved, go to www.greeningofstreaming.org

Impact in relation to the replacement of Azure Media Services?

With Azure shutting down, you have two choices; find another cloud provider or build your own infrastructure. This symposium provides valuable insights into choosing hardware and software for the infrastructure and choosing a co-location facility (if needed). 

For more details about the economic benefits of deploying your own infrastructure, check the analysis presented in this white paper.  

How to build a live streaming cloud service for proprietary deployment and public deployment (PaaS/SaaS)?

Building a live streaming cloud service using the NETINT Quadra Server combines the advantages of ASIC-based video encoding with cloud infrastructure, ensuring an efficient, high-quality streaming solution.

For proprietary deployment, initialize by integrating the NETINT Quadra Server within your on-premises or private cloud setup. The Codensity-based VPUs (Video Processing Units) within the Quadra Server offer low-latency, high-density encoding, making them perfect for proprietary deployments where control and security are paramount. Ensure you have a seamless connection between the server and your chosen cloud storage or database for content storage and management. Integrate your video content management system (VCMS) with the Quadra Server, ensuring that content can be fetched, encoded in real-time, and then streamed.

For public deployment as a PaaS/SaaS solution, host the NETINT Quadra Server on a public cloud infrastructure, like AWS, Azure, or GCP. Use these platforms to build a scalable, robust frontend and backend system that interfaces with the Quadra Server. To expand the service’s reach and decrease latency, leverage a Content Delivery Network (CDN). Given the real-time encoding capabilities of the Quadra Server, adaptive bitrate streaming can be readily implemented, adjusting stream quality based on the viewer’s internet speed, guaranteeing a smooth playback experience. To safeguard your content and user data, implement security protocols, including SSL/TLS encryption. Enhance the offering by integrating analytics tools, which will enable real-time insights into user behavior and stream quality. As the service scales, make sure the architecture can support adding more NETINT Quadra Servers or other necessary components dynamically, ensuring consistent performance regardless of user load.

By capitalizing on NETINT Quadra Server’s capabilities and pairing it with a well-thought-out cloud infrastructure, one can create a versatile, high-performing live streaming service tailored for both private and public deployments.

The broadcasting and streaming industries have seen significant shifts towards cloud-based workflows, and the need for SCTE-35 passthrough (for ad signaling) and SCTE-250 (for ad modification) has become paramount for video streaming and monetization. Within the major cloud platforms, AWS Elemental Media Services, particularly AWS Elemental MediaConvert and MediaLive, offer robust support for SCTE-35 markers. Azure Media Services and Google Cloud’s Video Intelligence API also support similar functionalities with varying degrees of integration and efficiency. However, for businesses seeking open-source alternatives, the options are more limited. FFmpeg, a well-established multimedia framework, offers some support for SCTE-35 markers but requires more manual intervention and might lack the ease of integration found in proprietary solutions.


That said, for organizations seeking an optimal balance between performance, cost, and adaptability, the NETINT Quadra Server stands out. It not only supports SCTE-35 passthrough and SCTE-250 ad injection & modification, but also provides transcoding capabilities utilizing its Codensity real-time encoding. Built on silicon technology, it offers superior energy efficiency and quality compared to purely software-based solutions. For businesses aiming to maximize their ROI while ensuring seamless ad integration in their video streams, the NETINT Quadra Server is a compelling choice to consider, often surpassing the capabilities of cloud-native and open-source solutions

VVC vs AV1 for live streaming with regards to hardware vs software encoding and impact on device footprint?

In the realm of live streaming, both VVC (Versatile Video Coding) and AV1 have emerged as strong contenders in the next-generation video coding landscape. VVC boasts improvements in compression efficiency, achieving approximately 30%-50% bit rate reduction compared to its predecessor HEVC, at the expense of higher computational complexity. AV1, developed by the Alliance for Open Media (AOM), offers similar compression gains. However, the higher computational demands of both codecs, especially for real-time applications like live streaming, necessitated specialized hardware encoding to ensure efficient performance, reduced latency, and consistent stream quality.

In this context, relying on software encoding alone can lead to a significantly increased device footprint, necessitating more computational resources and power, which can be detrimental in a live-streaming scenario. Utilizing the NETINT Quadra Server, which leverages hardware-accelerated AV1 transcoding, can provide an optimal solution to this challenge. Not only does the Quadra Server excel in delivering real-time, high-quality streams, it also minimizes the device footprint, ensuring that live streaming operations are both cost-effective and efficient. Embracing hardware-based AV1 transcoding with the NETINT Quadra Server is a strategic move for any broadcaster or service provider looking to achieve the best balance of performance and footprint when streaming with cutting-edge codecs like AV1.

I currently have nvenc/nvdec integrated in my product, are similar libraries available to integrate NETINT transcoder hardware?

If you’re already familiar with the integration of NVENC/NVDEC in your transcoding solution, transitioning to or incorporating the NETINT transcoder hardware should be relatively seamless. NETINT products support FFmpeg, GStreamer, and our SDK, so you can smoothly integrate NETINT  transcoder hardware into your workflows. The key advantage of NETINT’s Quadra Server is its ASIC-based transcoding technology. This delivers exceptional video quality and energy-efficient processing, positioning it as a top-tier solution for scalable and cost-effective video transcoding.

Moreover, by adopting the NETINT Quadra Server, you’ll be capitalizing on a transcoder solution that’s optimized for high-density video workloads, ensuring superb performance across a wide array of video applications. This makes it not only an apt replacement for your current setup but also a future-proof choice for upcoming enhancements and scalability demands. Given its industry-leading capabilities and ease of integration, the NETINT Quadra Server is an invaluable addition to any video-focused product suite.

Please give us a brief about the machines and throughout we use for delivery and also what is the processing time of each HTTPS request in HLS or DASH.

The NETINT Quadra Server is designed with a blend of ASIC video processors and general-purpose computing, ensuring accelerated video transcoding for HLS or DASH. In comparison to traditional server architectures, the Quadra Server stands out by delivering superior throughput, enabling support for a large number of simultaneous streaming sessions. You can read a review of the server here and view the specs here

As currently configured, the server comes with FFmpeg and GStreamer patches and a transcoding-only SDK. This means that packaging is managed by a third-party program. While we have not measured processing time for HTTPS requests for either DASH or HLS, the server’s unique architecture ensures minimal latency which should result in a very short processing time for each HTTPS request.

Moreover, in the increasingly demanding video delivery ecosystem, the importance of efficiency and speed cannot be overemphasized. While traditional setups might grapple with increasing loads, the NETINT Quadra Server confidently powers through, ensuring seamless delivery every single time. If quality, speed, and reliability are what you’re aiming for, the NETINT Quadra Server is the recommended choice for HLS or DASH streaming.

What would be the costs to run this in cloud?

The exact costs of running the NETINT Quadra Server in a cloud environment would depend on various factors such as the specific cloud service provider, the geographic region of the data centers, the pricing model (pay-as-you-go, reserved instances, etc.), the storage and data transfer requirements, and additional services that might be required.

Whatever the cloud-related costs, the NETINT Quadra Server delivers the lowest available cost per stream and watts per stream, as discussed in Ilya’s and Kenneth’s sessions. By leveraging the Quadra Server’s prowess, you get guaranteed top-tier performance and a significant CAPEX and OPEX advantage. So, irrespective of the cloud pricing intricacies, integrating the NETINT Quadra Server is a strategic move towards achieving superior financial and operational efficiency.

I'd like to learn about utilizing FPGAs for video encoding.

NETINT doesn’t develop or sell FPGAs, so we have no expertise in this area.

We recommend that you watch Ilya’s and Kenneth’s presentations to learn about the effectiveness of ASICs for video transcoding. 

What is the type of content used for this RD Comparison? Does it cover a variety of motion and spatial complexities?

Kenneth used Netflix’s Meridian test clip, which contains a range of low and high motion and effects known to challenge both hardware and software transcoders. 

Did you use objective or subjective evaluation techniques for evaluating quality?

For his presentation and analysis, Kenneth used the VMAF metric, which Netflix uses for its quality analysis and has been found to be the most accurate metric by Moscow State University’s highly respected Graphics and Media Lab. 

How are companies thinking about the importance of power consumption when evaluating video encoding solutions?

In the rapidly advancing digital landscape, businesses are placing an increasing emphasis on power efficiency when evaluating video encoding solutions. Power consumption not only has direct implications for operational costs but also impacts a company’s carbon footprint, which is becoming a critical concern in today’s environmentally-conscious marketplace. When significant portions of a company’s operations rely on video transcoding, even minor inefficiencies in power usage can lead to substantial costs over time. These costs are not merely financial; they also pertain to a company’s reputation, especially if sustainability is part of their brand promise or corporate social responsibility goals.

Enter the NETINT Quadra Server—a state-of-the-art video encoding solution that is renowned for its superior encoding capabilities and for its exceptional power efficiency. Leveraging advanced ASIC technology, the Quadra Server provides businesses with a robust video processing platform that significantly reduces energy consumption without compromising on performance. Adopting the NETINT Quadra Server not only leads to considerable savings on energy bills but also positions companies at the forefront of sustainable and responsible operations in the digital age.

How is the rate control accuracy achieved on ASIC based encoding compared to a pure software or hybrid approach?

ASIC (Application-Specific Integrated Circuit) based encoding, like that found in the NETINT Quadra Server, offers a distinct advantage in rate control accuracy compared to pure software or hybrid approaches. At its core, an ASIC is specifically designed for a particular task, in this case, video encoding. This specialization enables the hardware to execute encoding processes with greater precision and at a faster speed than software implementations. The deterministic nature of ASICs ensures consistent and accurate bitrate adherence, which is critical for applications where maintaining bitrate is crucial.


The NETINT Quadra Server’s unique ASIC-based solution capitalizes on this strength by optimizing its encoding pipeline for unparalleled efficiency. By contrast, pure software and hybrid approaches often struggle to match this level of performance, especially under high load or with demanding video content. These latter solutions can be impacted by various system-level inefficiencies and unpredictable behavior that may affect the consistency of their rate control. Therefore, for organizations seeking the pinnacle of rate control accuracy and efficiency, the NETINT Quadra Server stands out as the superior choice.

What are the software requirements, and do you provide the software stack?

All NETINT device level products support Windows, MacOS, Linux, and Android OS with virtual machine and container virtualization support. The two servers run Ubuntu. 


All products ship with FFmpeg and GStreamer patches and an SDK. Please check individual product web pages for more details. 

Tell me about scaling transcoding with my own cloud!

Scaling transcoding in your own cloud offers unprecedented control and flexibility, optimizing resources to meet the precise needs of your workload. In the realm of transcoding solutions, NETINT’s Quadra Server stands out as a beacon of efficiency and performance. Its ASIC-based encoding technology offers unparalleled throughput and low-latency processing, ensuring a seamless experience even when managing high volumes of video content, and also considerable long term cost savings.

Choosing to integrate the NETINT Quadra Server into your cloud infrastructure is a forward-thinking move. By leveraging its capabilities, you not only ensure a robust and scalable transcoding solution but also future-proof your operations. The industry is swiftly transitioning to more video-based content, and having a reliable transcoding solution will be pivotal to staying ahead. Adopting the Quadra Server is a clear signal of commitment to delivering high-quality content efficiently, giving you a significant edge in a competitive landscape.

None of the speakers covered latency specifically, though Ilya noted that he was able to sustain between 1-2 seconds of latency at extraordinarily high volumes using NETINT components. 

All product spec sheets detail product-level latency and you can read about server latency here (T408) and here (Quadra). 

How to choose protocols (WebRTC, RTMP, HLS, etc.) for live streaming?

Choosing the right protocol for live streaming hinges on your specific use case, audience size, latency requirements, and platform compatibility. There are a number of articles that are useful; you might start here https://ottverse.com/hls-vs-mpeg-dash-video-streaming/.

Given these considerations, a dynamic solution like the NETINT Quadra Server becomes indispensable. This platform’s ultra-low latency is tremendously effective with all protocols, ensuring optimal performance tailored to your specific needs. By integrating NETINT Quadra Server into your streaming infrastructure, you are ensuring a flexible, efficient, future-proof, low-latency live streaming experience for your audience.

Existing Customer and Success Story with NETINTr products.

One of many remarkable testaments to the efficacy of the NETINT Quadra Server can be seen with Zapping, a rapidly expanding online streaming service. As Zapping sought to exponentially expand its live channels throughout South America, it was confronted with the bottleneck of transcoding hundreds of high-definition channels daily. This challenge was elegantly solved by integrating the NETINT Quadra Server into their workflow. Post-integration, Zapping recorded a stunning 40% increase in throughput, while retaining pristine visual quality, leading to increased viewer retention rates and more substantial subscriber growth. You can watch an interview with Zapping’s CTO here

Also, check out  “ASIC versus CPU Transcoding: A Comparison of Capital and Operating Expenses,” which provides an in-depth look into the technical and financial advantages of our technology. You can review this insightful comparison and the resulting benefits by visiting https://netint.com/asic-versus-cpu-transcoding-a-comparison-of-capital-and-operating-expenses/.

By drawing upon empirical data and robust analysis, this case study stands as a testament to the undeniable value and efficiency our solutions bring to the table. While we remain discreet about our collaborations due to confidentiality commitments, the public domain evidence speaks loudly of our technology’s caliber and impact.

How build your own OTT?

Building your own Over-The-Top (OTT) platform necessitates a holistic approach that integrates content delivery, user experience, scalability, and technological prowess. Begin with defining your target audience and curating or producing relevant content tailored to their preferences. The backbone of your OTT platform will be its infrastructure: from content encoding and transcoding to secure and efficient content delivery. In this domain, the NETINT Quadra Server stands out as a top-tier solution. Leveraging cutting-edge encoding technology, it offers unrivaled video quality, scalability, and power efficiency. A dedicated hardware-based transcoder, such as the Quadra Server, ensures that your platform can handle massive user loads while maintaining seamless playback and high-quality streams.

Moreover, your OTT platform’s success hinges on an intuitive user interface, robust analytics to gauge content performance, and a reliable monetization strategy, which might encompass subscriptions, ads, or pay-per-view models. Yet, the foundation remains the quality and consistency of the video stream, and this is where the NETINT Quadra Server shines. Its capabilities ensure not only top-notch video delivery but also the confidence that, as your user base grows, your OTT platform will rise to the challenge. Choosing NETINT Quadra Server is a strategic move that paves the way for your OTT platform’s success.

What strategies are used to optimize the usage of transcoder resources?

Optimizing the usage of transcoder resources is crucial for ensuring the efficient processing of video streams, especially in scenarios that demand high concurrency, low latency, and stringent quality requirements. To this end, one of the paramount strategies involves leveraging hardware-accelerated transcoding solutions. The NETINT Quadra Server exemplifies this approach, offering a unique ASIC-based transcoder architecture. This design not only provides exceptional scalability and energy efficiency but also ensures consistent high-quality video outputs. By integrating dedicated silicon for transcoding tasks, NETINT eliminates the performance bottlenecks typically associated with software-only solutions.

In addition to hardware acceleration, adaptive bitrate (ABR) streaming is another pivotal strategy to optimize transcoder resources. ABR intelligently adjusts the video quality in real-time based on network conditions and device capabilities, thus ensuring a seamless user experience without straining transcoding resources. When combined with the power and efficiency of the NETINT Quadra Server, ABR transcoding can be executed with unparalleled speed and efficiency, making it a highly recommended solution for businesses that prioritize performance and reliability in their video streaming operations.

If all my viewers could play eg. AV1, would it make sense to transcode source that is using a less efficient codec eg. h.264 to AV1 when creating the encoding ladder for the live stream?

Absolutely. If all your viewers support AV1 playback, it would be highly beneficial to transcode your source material from a less efficient codec like H.264 to AV1 for your encoding ladder when live streaming. While AV1 can’t improve the quality of your source materials, it’s designed to deliver superior video quality at lower bitrates compared to older codecs. Transitioning to AV1 can lead to significant bandwidth savings, thus reducing streaming costs and ensuring smoother playback experiences for viewers, especially in bandwidth-constrained environments.

To efficiently and effectively transition to AV1 transcoding, consider deploying the NETINT Quadra Server. This powerful solution is purpose-built to handle intensive codec conversions, with AV1 support being one of its strong suits. By leveraging the NETINT Quadra Server, not only will you ensure high-quality, real-time AV1 streaming, but you’ll also be capitalizing on cutting-edge hardware acceleration, ensuring consistent and robust performance for your live streams. The cost savings from bandwidth reduction coupled with the performance of the NETINT Quadra Server make this an essential choice for future-proofing your streaming infrastructure.

How to calculate hardware requirements for transcoding needs based on # of concurrent live streams?

All product spec sheets list capacity in various resolutions, which is a good starting point, but keep a spreadsheet handy because you’ll have to do some math. Note that the NETINT server reviews here (T408) and here (Quadra) describe server output in extensive detail. 

You also might find this article helpful: https://netint.com/computing-payback-period-on-t408s/. If you’d like to refine this further, contact us via the link below. 

For a robust, high-performance, and efficient solution, you should strongly consider the NETINT Quadra Server. Not only does it deliver remarkable throughput, but it also offers enhanced energy efficiency using its ASIC-based technology. This ensures that even with high numbers of concurrent live streams, you’ll achieve outstanding video quality without overburdening your infrastructure. The NETINT Quadra Server is a future-proof solution, ensuring your investment is optimized for both today’s demands and tomorrow’s challenges.

Semicondutor is tough volume business, how NETINT plans to reach the critical mass to stay sustainable and profitable over time?

The semiconductor industry is undeniably a volume-driven business, where the scale of production is pivotal to realizing both sustainability and profitability. NETINT’s strategy for securing its position in this competitive landscape is anchored in its unique offering: the Quadra Server. The Quadra Server is a testament to NETINT’s foresight and engineering prowess, efficiently addressing the escalating demand for data-intensive applications and enhanced video processing capabilities in contemporary computing environments. By delivering unparalleled performance, energy efficiency, and cost-effectiveness, the Quadra Server not only sets NETINT apart but also paves the way for capturing a significant share of the market.

Furthermore, NETINT’s approach to achieving critical mass goes beyond just an exemplary product offering. The company is committed to forging strategic partnerships, leveraging its technological advancements to cater to the bespoke needs of diverse industries, and continually investing in research and development. This holistic strategy ensures that NETINT remains at the forefront of innovation, consistently delivering value to its customers and stakeholders. In a domain where differentiation is key, NETINT’s Quadra Server and its forward-thinking approach make a compelling case for its longevity and prosperity in the semiconductor sector.

The semiconductor landscape is not just about product superiority; exceptional customer service is an essential component that differentiates leaders from the rest. In this respect, NETINT strides ahead with its unparalleled customer service, especially the dedication and expertise brought forth by its Field Application Engineers (FAEs). These professionals serve as the bridge between the complexities of the semiconductor world and the specific needs of the clients. NETINT’s FAEs possess a profound understanding of the Quadra Server’s capabilities and intricacies, enabling them to provide tailored solutions and troubleshoot any challenges that clients may encounter swiftly.

This focus on customer-centric service, coupled with the outstanding capabilities of the Quadra Server, solidifies NETINT’s position in the semiconductor sector. Not only does the company offer top-tier technology, but it also ensures that clients can leverage this technology to its fullest potential, thanks to the support of its FAEs. This blend of product excellence and unmatched customer service creates a formidable value proposition that sets NETINT on a trajectory towards sustained success and profitability in the high-volume semiconductor industry.

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