07.29.2009 11:14 AM
HaiVision Network Video to feature Video Furnace System 5

At IBC2009, HaiVision Network Video will showcase the new Video Furnace System 5, a complete solution for end-to-end HD H.264 video-over-IP distribution.

The integrated solution incorporates the compact MAKITO HD H.264 encoder to simplify deployment of a secure, easy-to-use system for encoding and distributing live video to computers and set-top boxes, for creating scheduled playback channels for enterprise TV and signage, and for recording content and delivering video on demand.

The system's Furnace Portal Server controls the direct and secure distribution of SD and HD H.264 video to both the zero-footprint InStream player and the STINGRAY set-top box. The Furnace Playback Manager supports scheduled channels for IP video broadcast and signage, and the Furnace Media Server leverages the efficiencies of H.264 to enable HD video on demand.

See HaiVision Network Video at IBC2009 in Stand IP702.



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