The U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) headquarters is using Havision Network Video’s Furnace IPTV system for video management and distribution over IP, the company says.
Furnace is providing the infrastructure for the delivery of educational and situational awareness video content, Havision says. The Furnace system was selected by the Army because it offers features for encoding and distributing live video to computers and set-top boxes, creating scheduled playback channels for enterprise TV, recording content with real-time metadata, and delivering intelligent video on demand, the company says.
“The Furnace is designed to meet even the most challenging and mission-critical IP video distribution requirements, with features such as the ability to deliver the highest-quality live and recorded content, advanced integration, security, and control capabilities,” said Andy Vaughan, vice president federal sales for Haivision.
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