08.10.2009 12:07 PM
Digital Rapids’ MediaMesh distribution system to debut

Digital Rapids will introduce its MediaMesh digital media distribution system at IBC in Amsterdam on Sept. 11.

Building on the Digital Rapids C2 delivery framework, MediaMesh enables content ranging from ad spots to long-form programming to be transferred between content providers, contributors and distribution partners efficiently, automatically and at substantial cost savings using terrestrial IP networks or satellites.

The MediaMesh RX receiving appliance combines integrated inventory management, visual QC, repackaging and output with an intuitive graphical interface. Enhancements to the C2 framework will also be shown.

Also, Digital Rapids will show new capabilities across its comprehensive range of live streaming solutions for the Web, mobile devices and IPTV. Enhancements to the StreamZ Live family of encoders include support for adaptive streaming technologies such as Microsoft IIS7 Smooth Streaming.

The enterprise-class Digital Rapids Broadcast Manager live encoder management software provides centralized control, automation, monitoring and fault tolerance for multiple encoders. New features will also be unveiled in the TouchStream portable appliance.



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