Webcasts make it possible to reach employees worldwide. But if all employees watch a live webcast at the same time, chances are that the bandwidth isn’t sufficient . This is called the “peak demand problem”. Peer-to-peer technology makes it possible to broadcast internal webcasts without overloading the internal network or having to compromise on image quality.
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For large organisations with thousands of employees and offices around the world, internal webcasts are extremely important to inform, engage and train employees. However, such broadcasts for large numbers require serious bandwidth and capacity of the internal network.
Peer-to-peer technology as a solution for the peak demand problem
Now that (live) video is increasingly used by large organisations to communicate internally, peak demand problems on the internal network will also increase significantly.
There are several solutions to solve this peak demand problem, but too often these solutions are pricey and they require help of the IT department to install certain software. Apart from the high costs, common solutions require specific software to be installed on the computers of all end users. Without help of the IT department, such solutions are difficult to implement.
With the launch of peer-to-peer technology for webcasts by Company Webcast, solving the peak demand problem becomes very easy. Company Webcast’s new and advanced peer-to-peer technology offers:
- Reduction of the required bandwidth up to 95%
- No software installation required: you won’t need the IT department which saves time and money
- Flexible pricing: pay per webcast or choose a yearly license
- Lower costs: costs are reduced up to 50%
White paper peer-to-peer technology
Would you like to learn more about this new technology? Or do you want to know what results peer-to-peer can produce in practice? Download our special white paper Internal webcasting: Solving the Peak Demand Problem.
Here you’ll find more information about how peer-to-peer technology ensures that you can reach employees worldwide via webcasts without overloading the internal network. Be inspired by two cases from PwC and DSM that have already successfully used peer-to-peer technology for internal communication.