10.10.2006 08:00 AM
Broadbus B-1 video server, Stream Commander offer enhanced IPTV support

At IBC2006, Broadbus Technologies unveiled the latest version of its on-demand video platform. The release extends Broadbus' carrier-class on-demand solution with enhanced support for IPTV applications and new reliability features.

The Broadbus B-1 video server and Stream Commander management software have been updated to provide video service providers with new on-demand functionality, including support for H.264/MPEG-4, improved security, support for IPTV-based advanced video services, such as nDVR and Time-Shifted TV, as well as enhanced fault tolerance and reliability.

Enhanced support for IPTV and advanced video services, includes:

  • Advanced codec cupport - H.264/MPEG-4, RTSP (rfc 2326);
  • IP-based advanced video Services - Network-based digital video recording via multicast, time-shifted TV;
  • Content resiliency; and
  • Enhanced security and user authentication - SSHv2, TACACS+, Denial of
    service (DOS) prevention.

For more information, visit: www.broadbus.com.



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