Sencore’s DMG 7000-Internet Distribution Gateway Adds RIST Features
New features for the reliable internet streaming protocol (RIST) on the gateway include link bonding and seamless switching
SIOUX FALLS, S.D.—Sencore has announced a new release of its DMG-7000 Internet Distribution Gateway platform, which adds new reliable internet streaming protocol (RIST) features, including link bonding and seamless switching.
These two powerful features will take internet-based transport to the next level, the company said. They combine the powerful features of RIST with the existing protocols and features of the DMG 7000 and allow users to transmit, receive, convert protocols like RIST, Zixi, SRT, HLS and MPEG/IP in a simple to use media gateway.
With the new release, Sencore’s DMG 7000 internet distribution gateway now has the full support of these RIST receive and transmit technologies:
- Simple and main profile
- Unicast and multicast support
- Packet retransmission via RTCP
- Full datagram and reduced overhead tunneling modes
- Encryption and authentication
- Link bonding
- Seamless switching
To download the full datasheet and view new features and product specifications visit www.sencore.com (opens in new tab).
A release video is available here (opens in new tab)
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