(PRWEB) April 11, 2007
HaiVision Systems Inc. (Montreal, Canada) announces today that its distribution partner in Uruguay, Telefax SA based in Montevideo, has provided its client, ANTEL, Uruguay's principal telecommunications company, with HaiVision's TASMAN H.264 MPEG-4 AVC encoder decoder systems. ANTEL is using HaiVision's systems to transmit contribution video from remote sites to its central broadcasting facilities. One of the first uses of this new system was the live broadcast of a meeting between Uruguay's President Vázquez and US President George W. Bush in early March.
Telefax selected the TASMAN because of its ability, using MPEG-4 AVC compression (as well referred to as H.264) to deliver excellent quality video over networks using significantly less bandwidth than traditionally required by MPEG-2.
"In Uruguay the simplest connection to facilities is E1, supporting approximately 2 Mbps," states Mr. Sergio Cabrera, Telefax's Project Manager for ANTEL. "The TASMAN uses HaiVision's extremely efficient implementation of MPEG-4 AVC and delivers top quality video within this constraint."
"HaiVision is excited about the system that Telefax has commissioned for ANTEL," expresses Peter Maag, HaiVision's Vice President. "Our TASMAN is proving itself in many segments as MPEG-4 AVC H.264 is being adopted throughout the world. Broadcasters everywhere are looking for alternatives to traditional backhaul systems to reduce their costs. The TASMAN allows them to do this, and due to its inherent low latency and bi-directional nature, allows them to install systems that accommodate bi-directional video accommodating remote communication, interviews, and other forms of collaborative contribution."
See TASMAN product information at: http://www.haivision.com/products/
About HaiVision Systems Inc.
Based in Montreal, Canada, HaiVision Systems Inc. is a private company dedicated to improving the way people live and work through the use of advanced network video technology. HaiVision's products are used in the foremost telepresence suites and boardroom video conference systems worldwide. They are also used in the medical field supporting information and service delivery within hospital campuses and across nations. The most progressive educational institutions also use HaiVision technology for distance education - continuous presence network video systems linking specialized teachers with students throughout k-12 and higher education systems. Please have a look at the product information, case studies, videos, and file samples available in the file download area of our web site.
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HaiVision Systems Inc.
Tel: (514) 334-5445, ext. 251
Email: ctsui (at) haivision.com