New York University, which has expanded globally with a number of campuses, is delivering an increasing amount of video from inside and outside the classroom. It is successfully serving content to many students in low-bandwidth regions by using adaptive bit rate technology provided by Kaltura and Akamai, says Richard Malenitza, Manager of Academic Technology Services for NYU, in this interview with Beet.TV
In the interview, he explains how the use of video has evolved at the giant private university.
We spoke with Malenitza at the Kaltura Connect video conference on Manhattan’s Chelsea Piers.
Posted on 10/06/2013 at 9:31 PM by Andy Plesser