SuperLumin Releases NitroCast 4.1 Featuring Enhanced Performance and Scalability

By December 21, 2017 No Comments

DAYTON, Ohio, Dec. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — SuperLumin, a STRATACACHE company and experts in media acceleration and content delivery technologies, today announces the release of SuperLumin NitroCast 4.1. SuperLumin’s technology provides the market’s fastest caching and acceleration of both non-secure and secure content, achieving outstanding performance for web-based experiences. NitroCast 4.1 continues to build on HTTPS caching as more websites are becoming secure, and is capable of caching secure websites and domains that were previously unavailable.

NitroCast 4.1 improves all video delivery methods including streaming, progressive downloading and adaptive streaming. It also improves live streaming, drastically reducing bandwidth consumption by having one connection to retrieve the live stream and multiplexing that stream to thousands of local devices inside the local network. NitroCast 4.1 is available on small footprint micro-servers to 4U servers which are capable of caching hundreds of terabytes.

The 4.1 release has also been upgraded to the latest SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 12 SP2 Operating System. The latest security patches and updates have been installed continuing the company’s improvement on high quality performance and stable scalability while reducing the impact to enterprise bandwidth and network performance.

“SuperLumin’s NitroCast software has been designed and implemented from the ground up with performance and scalability in mind, and is optimized for video caching of both secure and non-secure sites. Our users will see an immediate impact in the quality of the experience with accelerated response times and more devices accessing content simultaneously, without slowing