VidOvation, a provider of video and data communication systems to the broadcast television market, says it will focus on providing government entities with software that supports wireless technologies by providing high-end features such as streaming and encoding.
The technologies and VidOvation’s specific support strategies are:
- Internet protocol television and video-over-IP systems implemented in an open architecture. VidOvation will provide high-end features, quality and performance at a price point comparable to low end systems.
- Webcasting and video streaming technology. VidOvation will provide streaming and encoding for up to four cameras over Wi-Fi, wired and cellular networks at a relatively lower cost.
- Fiber optic transmission systems. VidOvation will provide systems that can connect to SD/HD-SDI, broadband or radio-frequency networks.
While VidOvation is known for delivering innovative technologies to broadcast networks the company wants to extend the reach of its “flexible and versatile systems” into new markets, according to Jim Jachetta, the company’s president and CEO. “For example, our IPTV software is built on an open architecture that enables flexibility in implementation, allowing for the purchase of hardware from multiple hardware vendors,” he said. That “affords the best quality and performance for each customer’s environment and budget with no vendor lock in,” he added.
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