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Low Latency Video
Real-time interactive or mission critical applications demand near-zero, the end-to-end delay incurred in streaming video between networking end-points. This requirement often originates from the time-sensitive nature of decisions taken at the client-end, based on the video content being streamed from the server. Therefore, measured glass-to-glass latency (from the time the video is captured at the server end to the time it is displayed at the client) must be as low as possible.
Based on expectations on glass-to-glass (G2G) latency, there are three primary bands of operation as relevant for different applications:
Glass to Glass Latency = Server latency + Network latency + Client latency
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