Concurrent Gets 2 Streaming Video Patents

March 9, 2015
Concurrent (NASDAQ:CCUR) has been granted two new streaming video patents for what the company calls "resilient video streaming ...
Concurrent (NASDAQ:CCUR) has been granted two new streaming video patents for what the company calls "resilient video streaming technology." U.S. Patent numbers 8,943,218 and 8,972,600 describe how media servers can function collaboratively in order to create a self-healing content delivery architecture. The patented methods are intended to allow video servers to detect fault conditions in a server array that could impact active video streams. Examples of fault conditions can include network issues, power outages and hardware problems. Once a fault condition is detected, servers in the array re-route active streams to other healthy servers in the same array.
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