Libertyville, Ill. (PRWEB) October 26, 2008
Interactive Media Strategies, a leading research and consulting firm, recently published a First Look report on Video Furnace (http://www.videofurnace.com), a leading provider of enterprise-class IP video solutions, and its new partnership with HaiVision Systems, a video encoding technology company. The partnership enables the delivery of advanced H.264 high-definition IPTV and IP video solutions over signage and other networks for a wide range of markets, including enterprise, education and government.
The First Look paper, written by Steve Vonder Haar, research director, examines the partnership and implications of the alliance. Vonder Haar concludes that partnerships, such as the one with HaiVision, and increased capabilities, such as H.264, "set the stage for a Video Furnace solution with even greater functionality and flexibility to meet a broader range of IP video needs for companies that are deploying the technology."
The entire paper is available at http://www.videofurnace.com/pdf/IMS%20First%20Look%20VideoFurnace.pdf
About the Video Furnace IP Video Distribution System:
The Video Furnace IP video distribution system enables organizations in every industry to improve communication, enhance collaboration and distribute content in a compelling yet secure manner over their existing high-speed IP networks. Whatever the use, from video on demand to digital signage, wherever there are networked TVs, plasma screens, set-top boxes, desktops or laptops, organizations can deliver live and recorded video, including high definition/H.264.
The Video Furnace IP video distribution system supports all operating systems, functions without non-secure players or plug-ins, requires no end-user training and can scale to support thousands or millions of simultaneous viewers. It's the only solution that provides complete control over every aspect of managing and distributing any live and recorded video. Content is encoded in real-time. Output streams are fully MPEG 1/2/4 compliant at bit rates from 300 Kbps to 12 Mbps. All streams are FIPS-197 compliant and AES encrypted at 256 bits.
The Video Furnace IP video distribution system recently received a Certificate of Networthiness for Department of Defense U.S. Army installations, making it the only Army-certified solution for providing video over IP (see http://www.videofurnace.com/news-releases/19).
About Video Furnace:
Video Furnace is a leading provider of end-to-end, enterprise-class IP video solutions. With more than 3 million users daily worldwide, the six-year-old company quickly has established its IP video system as the video distribution technology of choice in commercial, education and government settings. Privately held, the Chicago-area company distributes its products through value-added resellers, system integrators and distributors. More information is available at http://www.videofurnace.com.
The Video Furnace IP video distribution supports Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Solaris 10 operating systems.
Video Furnace is a trademark of Video Furnace.
Video Furnace, 14052 Petronella Drive, Suite 202, Libertyville, IL 60048, 847-362-6800, http://www.videofurnace.com