By Telecom Lead Team: VITEC, a provider of
digital video solutions, announced the addition of mobile streaming
capabilities to the widely-deployed Optibase Full Motion Video (FMV) Streaming
Optibase FMVMS addresses the dynamics at
the core of the FMV network and at the battlefield by combining broadcast-grade
video quality with dense, flexible and easy to deploy mobile delivery
technology that is certified for all types of networks and data rates.
The military-grade architecture of FMVMS delivers
standard definition and high definition IPTV content, in real time, to iOS and
Android phones and tablets over 3G, HSPA+, 4G LTE, WiFi and WiMAX networks.
Additionally, FMVMS can be integrated with
the widely-deployed EZ TV IPTV System and FITIS Situational
Awareness and ISR Platform to enable rapid deployment of real-time
streaming to phones and tablets.
“Today’s mobile devices offer versatility
and computational power that can revolutionize the battlefield. With FMVMS, we
are able to enhance our tactical situational awareness solutions and allow our
customers to disseminate critical video and metadata information faster and to
more recipients, even in remote locations and while on the move,” said Eli
Garten, vice president of Optibase Product Management at VITEC.
FMVMS is being offered in a blade form
factor that integrates with Optibase Media Gateway (MGW) platforms. It is
designed to be used as a video hub service or as an edge device that is
positioned close to the users for optimal network utilization.
The company also said that they are able to
address the growing need for a tactical mobile delivery solution with this new
technology. It offers excellent video quality in wide range of bit rates,
designed from the ground up to fit military network topologies and trade-off
between local and disadvantaged users.