P2P CDN Solution Using WebRTC to Reduce Video Streaming Bandwidth Cost and Improve Latency For Live Streaming and VOD Platforms! More

Video streaming consumption is increasing with each passing day.

Needless to say, today, video content’s consumption has also increased the CDN costs, buffering, bandwidth costs massively and this will only keep on increasing disrupting the complete user experience and your bills.

VadooTV by Peervadoo – Reduce CDN Costs and Rebuffering In Video Streaming Using Hybrid P2P Streaming and Multi-CDN With A Plug And Play Solution!

What is VadooTV?

It’s a P2P CDN Solution using WebRTC to reduce video streaming bandwidth cost and improve latency for live streaming and VOD platforms!

Vadootv is a P2P SDK integration to reduce your video streaming costs by up to 90% and reduce re-buffering for the users.

It supports all major players Hls.js, Shaka Player, JWPlayer, DPlayer, Plyr, FluidPlayer, Clappr, Flowplayer, MediaElement, Video.js. It also supports both streaming protocols HLS and DASH.

Vadootv is powered by WebRTC which distributes the load on users to reduce the server costs and to improve scalability.

What does it offer?

P2P CDN for Video streaming  

1000s of Video developers uses VadooTV’s scalable P2P video solution powered by WebRTC to deliver high-quality video stream at a low bandwidth cost.

WebRTC First 

VadooTV’s plug and play SDK allows video developers to build scalable live and VOD apps & websites.

  • Infinitely Scalable
  • Robust architecture
  • Quick Setup

Not just this, VadooTV also helps you 

Reduce CDN cost

Reduce CDN by up to 50% in VOD & up to 90% in live streaming

Hyper-compatible across video players and supports formats like HLS & Dash

Deliver High-Resolution Videos

Deliver videos at a high bit-rate by the decongesting network

No Geo Constraints

Deliver videos to areas with poor coverage.


End to End encryption of packets.

Hassle-free Integration

Connect with your video platforms in less than 30 mins

Industry-leading analytics

Deep insights on Bandwidth consumption & QoS