One of the major considerations in building an Enterprise video streaming solution is distribution -how to deliver streaming video without disrupting the flow of other valuable data. VBrick takes the guesswork out of delivering live and on-demand video over your IP-based LAN, WAN, VPN, Internet, wireless, and satellite networks; without requiring costly network upgrades or expensive high-bandwidth connections.
H264 Distribution – Live and Stored
VBrick’s Distributed Media Engine (DME) delivers media redistribution, media transformation and Video-on-Demand serving & storage in a single package. Send a live stream to a remote DME to redistribute to thousands (with multicast and unicast support). The DME concurrently transforms the streams to the most popular formats such as Flash and HLS. Available as turn-key hardware or VMware, the DME simplifies the support of mobile devices such as iPads, iPhones and Android devices. Scalable, it can ingest dozens of HD streams concurrently and store terabytes of video content –supporting thousands of users.
H.264 Video Conference Extension
The same DME platform can be licensed to act as a SIP-based gateway to popular video conferencing systems. Simply invite the DME into the video conference and it starts streaming to thousands. Integrated to VEMS Mystro to make it simple to record and offer content for VoD playback.
Windows Media Distribution – Live
Typically located at the network edge, close to the viewers, VBrick Windows Media Reflectors ingest a unicast stream from another location and in turn rebroadcast it locally. The stream can be efficiently redistributed as a single multicast stream or a number of separate unicasts. Now, one stream is simultaneously serving hundreds or thousands of viewers – WAN traffic doesn’t grow incrementally with viewership.
A Good Network Citizen
In addition to our own distribution solutions, VBrick also has years of experience integrating with Cisco ACNS & ECDS networks, Blue Coat-equipped networks, Riverbed WAN optimization and Internet based content delivery networks (CDNS).
Distributed Media Engine
Simplify delivery of high definition video and other rich media content across multi-site enterprises and campus environments.