06.08.2010 05:59 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Afghanistan's SABA Media to use vsnIPtransfer for content exchange

SABA Media Organization, a non-profit cultural organization that supports media initiatives in Afghanistan, has acquired VSN's content distribution and contribution tool. The Afghan organization soon will be installing a vsnIPtransfer server with satellite connection in its Kabul headquarters with nodes in two additional locations in Kabul and Dubai (this one with cable connection), from which contents will be up- and downloaded. Until now, an FTP standard was being used for video delivery, which slowed operations, especially when using Internet access over a shared satellite.



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