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Tuesday, April 14 • 5:20pm - 6:10pm
Super8: Delivering HTTP Adaptive Streaming Video for all of Comcast - Neill A. Kipp, Comcast

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The Video IP Engineering and Research (VIPER) team at Comcast is responsible for HTTP video delivery that exceeds 500M transactions per day. Our DASH VOD Origin is a Java Tomcat application built with Maven. Our Super8 just-in-time packager is an Apache HTTP module written in C that uses Apache Portable Runtime. We implement our forward and reverse caching proxies using Apache Traffic Server, and our browser PlayerPlatformAPI is an Apache Flex application. We ingest and maintain 70,000 hours of VOD content, compress it using H.264/AVC, and store it on a 2PB network attached storage system. Sourcing our content in DASH (Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP) lets our Super8 packager easily convert video into proprietary formats such as Apple HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) and Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) for video playback on mobile, browser, and IP set-top devices all across the country.

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Neill A. Kipp

Distinguished Engineer, Comcast VIPER
Neill A. Kipp is a Distinguished Engineer for Comcast Video IP Engineering and Research (VIPER). Kipp designed and developed VIPER's Super8 video origination system that serves IP video for Xfinity TV and TV Go apps. Prior to joining Comcast, Kipp developed IPTV set-top guide applications for Nokia Siemens Networks. Kipp was Honorarium Instructor in Computer Science at University of Colorado Denver where he taught graduate-level software... Read More →


Tuesday April 14, 2015 5:20pm - 6:10pm
Texas I

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