Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 25, 2010
NetXposure today announced the integration of Adobe Flash Media Server into the company’s enterprise Digital Asset Management (DAM) solution. This latest addition allows organizations with large-scale media requirements over multiple locations and networks to maximize delivery capacity. The announcement coincides with NetXposure’s sponsorship and exhibition at the Adobe MAX Conference in Los Angeles (Oct. 23 – 27) — a gathering of over 5,000 developers, designers, and decision makers utilizing cutting edge technologies from Adobe.
While NetXposure’s DAM solution has always supported rich media assets like video, the integration of Flash Media Server provides a more compelling user experience, and is much more efficient from a technical resources standpoint. Adobe FMS drastically reduces bandwidth requirements, and increases the number of users that can stream simultaneously. Users can take advantage of true streaming, so they can jump to any point in the video and instantly resume playback instead of waiting for the entire video to download. Adobe FMS also supports bandwidth detection, so users with a slower connection can stream a lower bitrate video, and users with faster connections can view higher quality videos. The NetXposure DAM handles all the underlying transcoding, and supports a variety of popular third-party video engines.
NetXposure delivers software solutions that help organizations improve productivity and advance their business goals by reducing the time and cost of content production, maximizing ROI from media assets, and streamlining the workflows of managing large libraries of digital files. With a history as an industry pioneer in developing Rich Internet Applications (RIAs), NetXposure has become a leader in delivering Digital Asset Management (DAM) solutions to organizations of all sizes across a wide range of industries. To find out how NetXposure's products and services can unlock the value of your digital assets please visit our website: http://www.netx.net or call (503) 499-4342.