Kollective’s ECDN platform, using browser-based peering technology, scales Teams live events without the requirement to install software or invest in additional network infrastructure.
FREMONT, CA: Kollective Technology, a leading Software-Defined Enterprise Content Delivery Network (SD ECDN) provider, announced that Microsoft selected it to demonstrate the scalability of Microsoft Teams for live events at Microsoft Experience and Technology Centers worldwide.
Designed to create immersive and comprehensive technology experiences for Microsoft customers looking to adopt innovations that boost their Digital Transformation initiatives, Microsoft Experience and Technology Centers highlight the newest in Modern Workplace use cases, including live video broadcasts. By choosing Kollective as the certified ECDN of Experience Centers, Microsoft can now easily showcase how Teams can deliver company-wide, global live events leveraging ECDN technology.
Kollective’s ECDN platform, using browser-based peering technology, scales Teams live events without the requirement to install software or invest in additional network infrastructure. With the help of the Kollective Demo Portal, Experience Center visitors can learn how ECDNs scale live events and immediately start a free trial, allowing them to evaluate peer-assisted video delivery within their own Microsoft 365 tenant. Real-time analytics, included with every trial, offers teams with insights that easily demonstrate how peering technology optimizes user experience and live event reach while minimizing network impact.
“We are excited Microsoft selected Kollective to bring ECDN technology to customers embarking on their digital transformation journeys. Our solution enables enterprise organizations to maximize the ROI of their Microsoft 365 investment by optimizing networks to reliably deliver live and on-demand video content,” said Kollective CEO Dan Vetras.
“At Experience Center Asia, through enabling the use of Kollective Technology for Microsoft Teams live events, we not only showcase our commitment to partners and innovation, we also clearly demonstrate to the market how the Future of Work may look like,” remarked Microsoft’s Rebecca Hick, Director of Experience Center Asia.