Using HECAS MLS, the Oksusu service has delay below three seconds on 4G networks; has 10% less data traffic than comparative HLS/DASH implementations, and has a playback differential of less than 30 milliseconds between multiple devices.
The HECAS MLS technology guarantees real-time end-to-end delivery of live videos on mobile networks.
"We have worked to achieve what we believe is the most robust live video delivery solution in the industry, and having deployed in South Korea, we are now planning to expand to the Middle East market with the vision of seamless convergence of both over the air and online content delivery," said Hoisoo Cho, head of business development and marketing for HECAS. "Video providers of all kinds -- telcos, broadcasters, and emergency network providers -- have needs that can only be met with low latency and perfect sync solutions."
A variety of live video service providers -- whether in, sports, live concerts or breaking news -- will be able to offer differentiated services using the HECAS MLS Solution.
The MLS Solution currently consists of HECAS MLS Caster; HECAS MLS Engine, and HECAS MLS Player.
Of the 211 contracts in HECAS, 20% have collective workforce provisions limiting the number or ratio of part-time faculty.
Thus, nearly two-thirds of the 211 contracts in the HECAS database do not accord part-time faculty any of the Rights/perquisites accorded full-time faculty.
What is explicit for those 3 contracts, which do not require part-time faculty to hold office hours and do not require them to be evaluated, holds true for the great majority (83%) of the 211 contracts in the HECAS system.
Full-time-faculty-only contracts represent 36% of agreements in the HECAS population that mention part-timers, but only 24% of those that have Experience provisions.
Over three-quarters (80%) of the 211 HECAS contracts (and 77% of the 183 contracts that address part-timers) do not define conditions of Appointment/Release for part-time faculty.