02.24.2006 12:00 AM
Church Chooses Streambox for IP Video
Christ Fellowship Church has selected the Streambox technology for implementing video over IP delivery to multiple worship venues.

The Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.-based church selected Streambox's SBT3-5100 ACT-L3 video transport system to provide broadcast-quality compressed video delivery of Sunday services to a number of remote sites.

Steve Griffith, creative media pastor at Christ Fellowship Church, said that the Streambox technology was important part of the video over IP delivery project and added, "The Streambox solution will make it simple to add new remote sites to the multicast network as we grow."

Within four hours after taking delivery of the equipment, the church was able to stream to three sites.

"The deployment at Christ Fellowship Church demonstrates our continued focus on customer requirement and commitment to delivering superior technology and value at a low cost," said Bob Hildeman, Streambox chairman and CEO.

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