OME Labs

We are studying ways to easily introduce Sub-Second Latency and offer reliable service while reducing costs. Currently, we are working on a project for P2P Delivery. This is an excellent project for spreading and advancing Sub-Second Latency technology.

#01. P2P Delivery Beta

We can distribute the traffic of the Edge server using P2P Delivery. P2P Delivery transmits streaming between peers and can extend CDN limits while reducing costs by 50 to 70%. Nothing else is required to use OME, just the configuration of P2P Delivery on OME.

Also, we use WebRTC for P2P Delivery, so if you are interested in WebRTC compatibility for each browser, please refer to AirenBlog.

Without the need of plug-ins, OME uses HTML5 WebRTC (a protocol created for P2P) to distribute traffic to peers. P2P streaming is also possible using CMA (HLS, MPEG-DASH) even if the host does not support WebRTC.

We are aware that whenever the host is unavailable, all peers connected with that host will also be terminated. When this occurs, OME automatically reassigns one of its peers as the host, allowing for continuous service.

When is it available?

* P2P Delivery

P2P Delivery is currently in the Proof-Of-Concept (POC) stage. It will be released in the second half of 2020 after the POC stage ends.

If you are interested, please email us. We will inform you of the latest news.

OvenMediaEngine and OvenPlayer were developed by AirenSoft and released as open source under the GPLv2 and MIT license.