Vyvx is rolling out a more robust platform that supports electronic delivery of long-form for HD content delivery, the company reports. Based in Tulsa, Okla., the company said its "inV" platform connects to its current network footprint that reaches approximately 13,000 destinations and provides long-form content owners--such as direct-response marketers and syndicators--with a fully encrypted electronic delivery alternative to physical tape distribution.
The more robust platform should eliminate the need to schedule multiple live video satellite feeds, and can reduce the lead time required to deliver a lot of content, Vyvx reports. The platform could also support what the company said are increasing demands in the electronic cinema market by delivering motion picture advertising across a more robust distribution platform.
The inV long-form distribution platform features variable quality options ranging from 3 to 270 Mbps. It supports satellite and terrestrial delivery of all types of content to broadcasters, studios, movie theaters and cable headends. Vyvx now provides nearly 200,000 video feeds annually, transmitting a total of more than 100 million video minutes, according to the company.
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