Low Latency Video

If you’re an IT manager or anyone who works or comes in contact with video distribution systems, you’ve probably heard the term “latency” at some point. A simple definition of latency is the time lapse between when a video frame is captured and actually displayed. The lower the level of latency, the shorter amount of time lapse that is present between frames. Latency is measured in terms of milliseconds.

Published: 07/27/2015

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Encrypted Video

The availability of technologically advanced video distribution systems has enabled the widespread organizational use of video for a variety of purposes. Video can be used as a type of virtual salesperson that allows customers and prospects to see a product in action. By seeing the product and action, customers can get a better sense of its features and benefits. Video can also be used for training purposes and to deliver information and entertainment to employees and/or customers.

Published: 07/17/2015

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What is IP Video?

Video can be distributed from its source of origin to the devices that display it in multiple ways. For years, RF (radio frequency) has been the tried-and-true technology. The most common application of RF technology has been in the transmission of the signals used in radio broadcasting. A specific segment of the RF spectrum is also designated for RF video distribution, which is still widely used in industries such as healthcare, government and military, education, and hospitality.

Published: 07/10/2015

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Enterprise Video Distribution

Think about how much your organization relies on video these days. Video is now widely used to present material in business meetings, for training purposes, to provide information and entertainment to employees and customers, and to stay connected and communicate effectively with employees and stakeholders in remote locations. This heavy demand requires an all-encompassing enterprise video solution that is up to the challenge.

Published: 07/10/2015

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