VBrick simplifies video delivery to mobile devices across enterprises


VBrick Systems, an enterprise IP video provider,
announced enhancements to its enterprise content delivery network (ECDN)


The H.264 Distributed Media Engine (DME) ensures
efficient distribution of live and on-demand streaming video content to diverse
endpoints, across dispersed locations. The DME’s Release 2.0 software can
transform and redistribute virtually any H.264 video stream, creating multiple
streams of multiple video formats – simplifying video delivery to more users.


Even users who buy the new iPhone 5 and Android 4.0 (Ice
Cream Sandwich) devices will be able to participate in live video corporate
meetings & events, watch training & education content or efficiently
access stored rich media.


It’s clear that organizations are turning to VBrick to
make it far easier to support video across multiple sites and multiple
endpoints. Whether it is government entities, schools, healthcare facilities or
large enterprises, the goal is to make rich, high-definition video more
available without impacting network capacity,” said John Shaw COO,


VBrick’s DME is the networking element of the VBrick
Enterprise Video Architecture (VEVA), which spans video capture, distribution,
play-out and overall video content management.


The DME can be deployed at the edge of a network while
being managed centrally by VBrick’s VEMS Mystro media management portal. As the
networking element, DME 2.0 delivers robust support for the latest video
standards including HLS, Flash, Smooth Streaming and Transport Stream.


As high-definition video use continues to grow rapidly in
enterprises, government, healthcare and education demand is growing to minimize
bandwidth consumption. The DME effectively transforms and redistributes live,
rich-media content; supporting cutting edge mobile phones and tablets. It also
provides video content cache, storage and serving to assure that stored content
is delivered as close to the end user as possible.


VBrick Systems recently announced
support for a new generation of IP video capabilities that seamlessly integrate
with Microsoft Lync 2010 Unified Communications platform.


By Telecomlead.com Team
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