Collaborating on SVA Open Caching

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Possible Collaborations:

Although there are many companies collaborating on Open Caching, there are also numerous other standards organizations either working with the SVA or in concert on content delivery interoperability. In some cases, such as with the IETF, there is direct collaboration between the two organizations. Do you know of an organization that can contribute to Open Caching? Let us know.

DVB

The Open Caching Working Group believes that the DVB’s work on Multicast Adaptive Bit Rate (mABR) may have applicability to current and future Open Caching specifications.

ETSI

The Open Caching Working Group believes that ETSI’s work on Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) may have applicability to current and future Open Caching specifications.

IETF

The Open Caching Working Group has been engaged with the CDNi efforts of the IETF for quite some time. The primary objective was to ensure that CDNi specifications reflected Open Caching API-based approaches to CDN functionality and management. The following RFCs reflect the collaboration between the Streaming Video Alliance and the IETF on caching:

Interested in Contributing? Join the Alliance Today!

Whether you are a technology vendor, network operator, or content owner in the streaming video space, you need a seat at the Open Caching table. Come help us design and build the video caching system of the future!

The Streaming Video Alliance is a global technical consortia with contributing companies from across the video ecosystem. Open Caching is one of the Alliance’s working groups. You can learn more about the Alliance, and how to participate, by visiting the website at www.streamingvideoalliance.org.

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