Maximize your meeting and events investment!
Use streaming video technology to broadcast live audio and video or archive your meeting and event for future use. Presenting VBrick's Windows Media Appliance.
In today's technological environment the method's for having meetings and events, corporate announcements, migration's in broadcast studio's from analog to the new digital standards are ever evolving to meet the demands and expectations of everyone in the communication chain.
Such solutions that provide optimum [[rate of return]] are [[streaming media]] [[encoder]] appliances, such as VBrick's [[Windows Media Encoder]]. At JP Lilley we provide such technology and are now offering this solution within our audio visual equipment rental inventory.
Possible streaming video equipment rental applications;
- Off-site content archiving
- Remote video streaming to corporate website
- Rollout plans for new digital broadcast studio
- Encoding of current content to newer digital standards
Streaming Solutions for Education
Streaming Solutions for Government
Streaming Solutions for Corporate
Windows Media Encoder Specifications
VBrick’s Windows Media Encoder appliances are excellent for broadcasting video communications over LANs, WANs, and the Internet. Based on the award winning VB6000 platform, these Windows Media devices combine highly flexible encoding with all the tools you need to distribute IP video over any network.
A single VBrick Windows Media Encoder contains the complete functionality of a traditional multi-device Windows Media ecosystem including encoding, serving, reflecting, and recording. This makes the resulting solution far more cost effective and manageable. VBrick's Windows Media Encoding Appliance is a dedicated, purpose-built system, so your IT staff will have fewer headaches than with a PC-based system.
Serving – Serve up to 200 live [[unicast]] streams or 20 on-demand streams (with optional hard drive).
Multicasting – [[Multicast]] live video directly from the appliance without the need for an additional server and expensive operating system.
Pushing – Push up to 25 simultaneous streams to a VBrick Windows Media Reflecting appliances and Microsoft Windows Media Servers, letting you publish your content over non-multicast enabled networks and the Internet.
Reflecting – Receive a live stream over the network and deliver it locally via unicast or multicast, giving you the flexibility to distribute IP video in complex network environments.
Recording – Record encoded video directly on the appliance or from video streams on the network (with included hard drive).