12.07.2006 01:00 PM
Department of Defense selects SeaChange for VOD rollout

The U.S. Department of Defense has purchased a turnkey Video-on-Demand (VOD) system and software applications from SeaChange International to serve as the foundation for the Pentagon’s media review system, which will allow personnel to review broadcast TV events worldwide for information pertinent to the department.

The VOD system, combined with SeaChange’s Record System application, will automatically record live broadcasts from numerous sources and make them immediately available for on-demand viewing. The Pentagon may also use the system to provide access to training videos and to support other on-demand applications.

Recognized for fault-resilient reliability and end-to-end management of video services, SeaChange VOD systems and software are deployed in video operations worldwide and deliver billions of on-demand streams. SeaChange’s highly scalable MediaCluster servers, combined with the open architecture of the Axiom video operations services software, automate and ensure every aspect of growing on-demand operations.

For more information, visit www.schange.com.

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