VBrick Systems, an integrator of enterprise Internet protocol (IP) video systems, unveiled its Video Conference Streaming Gateway Module for its H.264 Distributed Media Engine (DME).
The solution delivers a multi-vendor, standards-based solution to enable thousands of smartphones, tablets, PCs/MACs and televisions to display a video conference, according to VBrick. The Video Conference Streaming Gateway Module enables organizations to stream their video conferences to large audiences; record the content; and offer it on-demand, the firm says.
The Video Conference Streaming Gateway Module has been successfully tested with a number of popular SIP-compliant video conferencing products from leading vendors including Polycom, Cisco Tandberg, LifeSize, Avaya and Radvision, VBrick says.
Until now video conferencing and video streaming technologies have been largely separate; stymied by differences in delivery technology, says VBrick. The Video Conference Streaming Gateway Module is bridging this gap, the firm adds.
The stream can then be centrally managed and delivered to thousands of users across multiple sites. The H.264 Distributed Media Engine is the latest technology element of the VBrick Enterprise Video Architecture (VEVA), which spans video capture, content management, distribution and video display.