Companies will stream 960 minutes (16 hours) of video per worker, per month by 2016.
Source: Qumu, “Employees want video collaboration tools”, April 2013
Palo Alto Networks conducted network traffic assessments in 2,036 organizations worldwide between November 2011 and May 2012, and found that streaming video bandwidth consumption increased more than 300%.
Source: David Strom, ReadWrite, “P2P and Streaming Video Gobble Up Increasing Corporate Bandwidth”, June 2012
"The ease of production, distribution and access means that enterprise video is becoming a preferred option for training, internal communications, and sales enablement.""
Source: David Boyll, Oracle Marketing's director of digital media
Approximately 87 percent of young executives admitted that a company’s video investment would impact decision-making process when considering job offers.
Source: Cisco, “Young Execs and Video Use”, August 2013
The core problem facing companies trying to deal with video is the bandwidth limitation of traditional corporate networks.
Source: New World Ventures Killer Apps, "Video Among Primary Network Performance Issues", August 8th 2013
Corporate communications and IT departments have resorted to a mishmash of point solutions, do-it-yourself projects, and even YouTube to deliver video communications to employees.
Source: Forrester Research, "The Forrester Wave: Video Platforms for the Enterprise", March 2013
With the latest peer-to-peer technologies, almost all corporate networks can handle the load of high quality video without adding any new hardware.
Contemporary peer-based distribution solutions utilizies low-priority network traffic and will immedialty yield to other traffic – without compromising the streaming quality-of-service.
Flexible software-based video distribution supports all major adaptive HTTP streaming formats and is transparent to the source and to the end-user media player
Reducing traffic from the source and over weak links with 90% is equivalent to accelerating your network capacity 10 times; reducing traffic with 97%-98% accelerates your video distribution capacity 40 times!